LOVE Island's Sharon Gaffka has claimed that her explosive row with Hugo Hammond was heavily edited - and "not everything was seen".
The civil servant, 25 - who was dumped from the villa two weeks ago - butted heads with the PE teacher after he said wasn't attracted to "fake" girls.
They accused him of "not understanding" why people get surgery, which led onto the two being accused of "ganging up" on Hugo as he broke down in tears over the ordeal.
But during a recent chat on Capital Xtra, Sharon confessed that fans of the ITV2 dating show "didn't see everything" and there were other things that were said behind closed doors.
"You don't get to see everything that happens and there's more to that, when I brought it up to him."
The reality star continued: "It's not his preference that's the problem, it's the negative connotations that he used.
"So, for me I have no issues with his preference, everyone has a preference in everything, that's completely okay.
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"I basically just wanted to say to him, 'Be a bit careful with the language that you use'."
Their feud was brought on after the Islanders were asked to open up about their turn offs in a partner.
Hugo said that he wasn't a fan of "fake personality and looks", referring to those who have had cosmetic surgery.
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He confessed his type on paper is a "leggy blonde" who is "not fake", which infuriated Faye and Sharon.
The estate agent fumed: "That word keeps getting thrown around, doesn't it?"
After things had cooled down Sharon pulled him away for a chat to explain why women decide to go under the knife and why she was upset about his choice of words.
But Hugo's emotions got the better of him.
As he broke down in tears, he said: “I just didn’t mean to upset anyone, that’s the last thing I wanted.”
Despite their huge bust-up, Sharon and Hugo later paired up in a friendship couple.
However, the beauty was dumped from the villa after he chose to couple up with AJ Bunker instead.
Love Island continued tonight at 9pm on ITV2