Olivia Attwood speaks out on ‘sad’ situation with husband Bradley Dack

Love Island's Liv reveals why her footballer husband has not appeared on her podcast

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by Sarah O'Byrne |
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Olivia Attwood’s podcast, So Wrong It’s Right, has far exceeded our humble expectations. While we knew we loved Olivia from her Love Island days, not every Islander can take to podcasting so successfully.

So far, she has given us a whole litany of incredible guests including All Stars Islanders Georgia Harrison and Molly Smith as well as pop star Melanie Brown AKA Scary Spice.

However, the latest instalment saw the former Love Island 2017 contestant take the reins solo and honestly, it was just as good as the rest of the episodes. Realistically, does someone like Olivia even need a co-host or guest? We’d happily tune in to listen to just her every week.

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Olivia Attwood ©Dave Benett/Getty Images for Maybelline

Since Olivia had her sister Georgia Attwood on the show, fans have been dying to see her interact with her other friends and family members, number one on the list being her footballer husband Bradley Dack.

While Olivia frequently discusses her marriage to Bradley, who she married back in June 2023, Mr. Hurricane Olivia has yet to actually take to the microphone alongside his wife - and fans want to know why.

Opening up on her podcast, Olivia revealed the “sad truth” about Brad's absence.

Olivia Attwood and Bradley Dack
Olivia with her husband, Bradley ©Ricky Vigil M/GC Images

“Brad never made it onto the podcast this series and I’ll tell you why - purely, purely, purely logistics. He literally lives in Sunderland we obviously record in London, and the days off he had never married up with the days I was recording. He offered me a zoom, God bless him, I said no, it’s not the vibe, we’re an in-person show.

“Yeah, I couldn’t book my husband for my own podcast, how sad is that. That’s the sad truth. And I wanted him on, and he was definitely keen to come on, but next series Brad will be on, 100%.”

Let’s hope Bradley lives up to the hype and delivers a full three-hour episode. It’s the only fair way to make up for his absence on series one.

Or maybe he could leave football behind and be her full-time co-host? Let's see how he does on his debut first.

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Sarah O'Byrne has been writing for Closer since the summer of 2023, but has been watching Love Island since day one so she considers herself something of an expert.

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