Love Island’s Amy Hart feels “proud” of her former “half-boyfriend” Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins after they finished in fourth place on the ITV2 dating show.
The former air hostess insists she doesn’t hold a grudge against Maura and Curtis – who initially coupled up with Amy in the villa before dumping her – and she is looking forward to catching up with them.
Speaking on her Instagram Story, she said:
“Curtis and Maura, they are my mates. I left all my grudges in the villa.
Out of 30-odd Islanders, it’s amazing. I’m so proud of them. I can’t wait to see them on Sunday.”
Amy voluntarily left the show after being dumped by Curtis.
The ‘Loose Women’ panellist decided against watching the final, and instead she attended Amber Davies’ Dolly Parton musical ‘9 to 5’.
“Ovie, my man. Looked after me. So happy he came third. India, haven’t met her yet. Looking forward to meeting her.”
The 26-year-old star was best friends with Molly-Mae Hague in the villa and she was excited to see her and Tommy Fury in the final.
“Molly-Mae and Tommy, love them to death. Can’t wait to see Ellie Belly and obviously them too. Really proud of them for coming second.”
Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea took home the ‘Love Island’ crown in a surprise victory on Monday night’s (29.07.19) final.
The duo had only been coupled up for two weeks after Amber was dumped by Michael Griffiths.
“When Amber sat and cried and said, ‘I don’t think I could do this anymore.’ Who would’ve thought that she’d win the whole bloody thing? I am so proud of her. I can’t wait to meet Greg. If he makes her so happy, he’s going to make the rest of us so happy.”