Mr Hall admitted that life after his accident was difficult due to the pain and the mean comments and stares he would receive from other children, but he learned to adapt and turn it into a positive.
“I try to use it to my advantage, it’s a great conversation starter, I have two different colored eyes,” he said.
“You can look a little funny and a little murky, but that’s part and parcel of what life has in store for you.
“When I deal with comments and things like that, I’m thick-skinned, I’ve learned to deal with that.”
He added that he felt his ability to deal with confrontation would serve him well in the villa and said he would “a million per cent speak out” about poor or disrespectful behavior.
Last summer Love Island had its first deaf competitor, Tasha Ghouri from Yorkshire, who finished fourth in the final with Andrew Le Page from Guernsey.
The upcoming series is the first winter version of the show since the start of the pandemic and begins on January 16.