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Love Island champ reveals ‘brutal’ truth about Casa Amor recoupling that viewers never see on TV


A FORMER Love Island champion has lifted the lid on the 'brutal' truth behind the Casa Amor recoupling.

Amber Gill, who won the ITV2 show with Greg O'Shea in 2019, found herself at the centre of the drama when Michael Griffiths ditched her for Joanna Chimonides.

Amber, 24, had remained loyal to Michael during Casa Amor - aka 'The Ultimate Relationship Test' - but he picked newbie Joanna at the recoupling.

The star was then forced to return to the villa and see her fella standing with a new woman - as in 2019 it was the boys' turn to stick or twist.

Amber has now admitted she knew something was afoot, claiming she was made to wait outside the villa for "hours and hours" before being allowed to walk in a find out her fate.

Speaking on Twitter, she said: "I was stood outside for hours and hours and that’s when I knew i f***ed up.

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"No I swear the sun almost came up it was that long So I knew it was a madness I was walking into."

Last night, Love Island ended on an epic cliffhanger after bosses aired only two recouplings out of six.

One that was shown was Toby and Abigail's.

Like Amber with Michael, Abigail had remained loyal to Toby only for him to recouple with new girl Mary.

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Reacting to the similar scenes, Amber simply tweeted: "F*** sake Abigail #loveIsland."

However, spoiler scenes ahead of Friday night's episode have shown Toby having second thoughts about his decision to ditch Abigail.

Speaking in the Beach Hut, Abi meanwhile rants: "How many lessons does one guy need, seriously? Why would you throw me away?"

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