Amber Gill addresses Joe Garrett romance rumours – after that cosy video circulated

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Love Island's Joe Garrett and Amber Gill

by Carl Smith |
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If we know one thing about those Love Island lot, it's that they don't like to put all their eggs in one basket. One minute they're into someone, the next they're going full factor 50 with somebody else. It's a journey we literally need a Venn diagram to keep on top of.

And what's all this we hear about 2019 winner Amber Gill getting all kinds of cosy with fellow former islander Joe Garrett, eh?

Following their splits from Greg O'Shea and Lucie Donlan respectively, a video of Amber and Joe looking suspiciously close circulated the interweb; and we just had to probe Amber as to what's really going on.

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Chatting to Jordan Lee in the latest episode of heat's Under the Duvet with VOXI, Amber said: "Nothing [is going on]," with best gal pal Anna Vakili adding: "I'm always backing her up no matter what, protecting Amber at all costs."

Thankfully, we have Joe under said duvet next week to get the goss, though Anna spilled "the question I want to ask can't be asked. I'll get in too much trouble."

"It must be bad if she's not saying it," explained Amber, adding that we'll have to poke him for answers. "Ask him about the picture," she said.

"It's nothing really. It looks more that what it is. If you look at the video, nothing actually happens at all."

The jury's out, huns. More on this as we get it - we've got you.

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