Amber Gill Exposes Secret Love Island Fight That Could Have Changed Everything

Would you have voted differently if you'd known what one of the final couples was hiding?


by Nathan Katnoria |

Love Island 2019 winner Amber Gill has given away a secret that could have changed her Love Island destiny.

In a brand new interview, Amber, who taught the whole nation to be better, not bitter, when it came to being dumped by Michael Griffiths, has admitted that she and her ex-partner Greg O'Shea had a HUGE argument just days before they were crowned winners.

Speaking with YouTuber Murad Merali, Amber claimed that things weren't as rosy as they seemed on screen, and said, 'Me and Greg had the biggest bust-up you could ever imagine like we didn't want to know each other. We were like, 'Nah, we're not doing this, it's done,' it was a lot."'

She added, 'We ended up being separated and then we came back together because we did like each other at the time.'

Amber also revealed that she knew that her former flame Michael Griffiths had re-coupled with Joanna Chimonides in Casa Amor.

Speaking of the now historic moment, Amber said, 'It was a lot bigger than it was. I felt sorry for my family having to watch it, thinking that I was distraught. It was more embarrassing.

'I knew. I'm not going to give away Love Island secrets because I love the magic of the show, but I was last in line, so everyone walks in in a line. I'm not daft, I know what's going on. It's about two hours, I'm outside, why am I last? Something, I don't know what, but something was going on.'

Oooooooh, the secrets.

Love Island begins again on June 6, so we don't have long to wait before a long, hot summer kicks off. This year, it's going to be on for a huge ten weeks, which is two weeks longer than it was on TV last year.

And, plus, there's also rumours there's going to be a winter Love Island happening again in 2023, after it was cancelled following its inaugural series (thanks to the coronavirus pandemic).

'Love Island bosses enjoyed the one and only series of Winter Love Island, but it was just before the pandemic raged so was shelved for 2021,' a source told The Sun. 'When they started casting for this summer’s series they thought there’s definitely enough talent to do a second series again so have started the plans for a 2023 Winter Love Island.'

The TV insider added, 'The series generally is really important for them as it attracts the all-important younger viewers, so if they can get a second series in one year then everyone will be delighted.'

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