LOVE Island’s Megan Barton Hanson was spotted kissing her cosmetic surgeon in the street after saying she wouldn’t “rule out” dating another man.
The 25-year-old could be seen locking lips with Doctor Robert as they left the Studio 66 Xmas party last night.
The reality star previously paid a visit to the cosmetic guru – who claims to be the UK’s number one butt injector – and they clearly get along well.
Wrapping his arm around Megan, the pair were seen on their phones before sharing a kiss and jumping in a taxi.
Today Megan took to Instagram to state there was nothing romantic between them.
She wrote: “Howling at this. Dr Robert I mean I love you for slaying my face but not that much!”
Megan is thought to still be dating footballer and song writer Chelcee Grimes.
The couple briefly split but reunited last month, with Megan saying they were very much “back on track”.
Megan came out as bisexual after splitting from Villa boyfriend Wes Nelson in February.
She had her first public same-sex relationship with Towie's Demi Sims, who she met while filming Celebs Go Dating.
The star claimed she could not longer even “look at a willy” but recently backtracked and said she was open to dating men again.
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Megan told The Sun’s Fabulous Digital: "That was said in the middle of a podcast and at the time, that was how I felt.
"But I'm not ruling either sex out. I enjoy relationships with both men and women.
"It's not just a sexual thing. For me it doesn’t matter who the person is or what their sex is, if we get on and have that connection, that’s the most important thing."