This year’s Love Island winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon were joined on the couch with Lillie Haynes during The Reunion on Sunday night.

When Liam moved into the Casa Amor villa, he was unfaithful to Millie with Lillie, which meant they almost broke up. Millie and Liam decided to continue as a couple and made it to the final, winning the show and sharing the £ 50,000 prize.

In the Sunday night episode, the three got together and host Laura Whitmore asked them about their stay in the villa.

After watching the scenes, Millie said, “It looks like a very long time ago. It is not pleasant to watch. I have already experienced it once. I don’t want to go through this again.

Lillie confirmed that she had spoken to Millie since the show ended.

When asked how she was doing, Lillie replied, “I feel great. I loved watching it all. I don’t even feel a part of it at all.

“I think when you watch them together you can see how well suited they are. They are also a perfect couple. It was too good to be apart.

Liam told Lillie, “What happened has happened. You are a nice person, I am a nice person. We can at least be friends … ”

The interview also saw Lillie remain silent when asked about press photos appearing to show her with footballer Jack Grealish.

Former islander Hugo Hammond was joined by four contestants whose advances he rejected during his time on the show, including Sharon Gaffka and Abigail Rawlings.

He said, “I repeat, I left without regret. I was just me.

Jake Cornish missed the show due to illness, but viewers saw him reunite with ex-girlfriend Liberty Poole in a pre-recorded segment.

The couple opted out of the villa during the show’s final week after breaking up.

During their reunion, Liberty accused Jake of having called her only once per video since leaving the villa.

“It’s hard. Obviously I still have feelings for you,” she said.

“I just feel like there hasn’t been an effort to make it work properly.”

Teddy Soares and Faye Winter, another couple who made the final, addressed their explosive argument that sparked nearly 25,000 complaints from the Ofcom broadcast watchdog.

After viewing footage from the evening, Faye admitted, “I would have complained, too. Not my best time.

Teddy added, “We’ve come so far from this.”

Viewers also saw scenes from finalists Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank’s first date and asking him to be his girlfriend.

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Source: www.times-series.co.uk
This notice was published: 2021-09-06 07:35:12

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