AS the Love Island Casa Amor bombshells continue to turn heads and test loyalty, a former champ of the show has revealed there could be more twists on the horizon.
Ambra, 24, won the 2019 series of Isola dell'amore so she definitely knows a thing or two about what goes on behind the scenes.
Parlando con il Specchio about the villa being split in two a week early, lei disse: “Hopefully they’ve got another twist.
“I was just saying last night on Twitter I’m glad that it’s a bit premature, it’s nice, because the way that we were going on in my season it was as if we were moaning, it was ridiculous, imbarazzante.
“We were all like, ‘Oh my God no, we’re going to have to sleep on the day bed outside’. And it was embarrassing like, ‘please girls get a grip of yourselves’, so I’m glad it’s a bit premature because these girls are giving as good as the boys are.
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“I mean not as disrespectful, but the girls are giving it as much and I’m happy about that.”
Ambra, who won the show with ex-boyfriend Greg O’Shea, recently opened up about her sexuality after saying on Twitter that she was “switching teams”.
Responding to speculation about her sexuality on Johnny Seifert’s podcast Secure The Insecure, Amber admitted she felt “ansia” about opening up and putting a label on her preferences.
Amber insisted that she would “say what she wanted to say” about her sexuality when she feels “ready to say it”.
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Settling the debate, lei ha continuato: “I’ll say what I want to say when I’m ready.
“There’s no need to speculate, we can all see what I’m saying. When I’m ready to say what I want to say, then I will.”
“I don’t feel like I want to say anything whilst I’m single,” Amber went on, as she encouraged her fans not to “put her in a box”.