Olivia Attwood says Love Island producers should apologise to her and…wow THE SHADE

'It was a f**king disaster'

Olivia Attwood So Right It's Wrong podcast Love Island

by Millie Payne |
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Some Love Island stars prefer to disassociate themselves from the dating show as soon as they've closed the villa doors and re-entered the outside world, but not series three legend Olivia Attwood. "I'm a big fan of the show, and always credit the show for everything I've done since. But it's not always guaranteed you'll meet someone," she says on the first episode of her hotly-awaited podcast, So Wrong It's Right.

But complimentary as she may have been to Love Island for being her launchpad, Olivia - who welcomed All Stars contestant Georgia Harrison as her first guest - had a bone to pick about how her romantic journey panned out in 2017. Now, she doesn't directly name the islander in question, but when you consider the volatile relationship she had with Chris Hughes, and that she's previously told heat he left her with PTSD, well...

Discussing how Georgia and Anton Danyluk have been getting on since leaving the villa, Olivia weighed in on own experience, saying, "I met someone. It was a f**king disaster. That's the only thing I don't credit Love Island for. The only thing that I want an apology for is who I was coupled up with. Everything else was great. I'd happily do it again."

Olivia and Chris reached the final in 2017 and finished in third place, following a tumultuous journey in the villa. They lasted for seven months on the outside but split during filming of their spin-off show, Crackin' On. Fate intervened, as she reconciled with her ex-boyfriend Bradley Dack, who she's now happily married to.

She previously said, "It was toxic with Chris and we argued a lot. I never had that problem with Brad, we never argued.

"I was just incompatible with Chris. You meet on this show and things are very different in the real world. You think, 'Oh s**t do we actually have stuff in common?’ It wasn’t meant to be."

Speaking about So Wrong It's Right, Olivia told heat, "It’s not your typical celeb podcast. Yes, we will have celebrity guests, and I’ll talk about pop culture, but I also want to talk about life and offer productivity hacks, food hacks, and more. I want people to come for the laughs, but also take something away from it."

Millie Payne is a News and Entertainment Writer for Bauer Media. She has specialised in showbiz interviews, features, articles and roundups for over three years and loves combining her love for writing, talking and all things popular culture

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