Love Island’s Amy Hart reveals how she would react to Curtis Pritchard asking for second chance
Amy Hart has revealed how she would react if Curtis Pritchard called her to try and restart their relationship.
The 27 year old appeared on Tuesday’s This Morning to discuss the Love Island final, which saw Curtis and partner Maura Higgins finish in fourth place.
Hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford were curious to know if she could still be friends with her ballroom dancer ex, after she admitted she couldn’t bring herself to watch the final.
Amy said: “I want to be friends with Curtis. Obviously I’m not going to message him first because he is with someone new now so it’s not really my place to message him first.
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“If he wants to message me, I’m well up for being friends with him.”
Amy appeared alongside her former cast mate Jordan Hames, who chipped in: “You know what? Curtis actually said to me when he gets out he’s going to ring you straight away.”
She responded: “I’ll take his call. I’ve actually said this all along, and it’s the same for you and Anna as well, there’s only 30-odd people that know what it was like to be in that villa, and if we can’t all be friends at the end of it what was even the point of us going in there?”
Ruth then asked how Amy would react if Cutis told her things weren’t working out with Maura and he wanted to give their romance a second chance.
Amy answered honestly: “He doesn’t fancy me so he won’t. That’s what he said, isn’t it.”
However, Jordan cryptically chimed: “Listen, I would never rule anything out on Love Island anymore.”
Amy’s comments come after she swerved the Love Island final, with a source telling The Sun Online: “Amy's big love is musical theatre – so a night out with her friends watching 9 to 5 was the obvious way for her to spend the evening.
“She knows all eyes would've been on her if she went to the Love Island final party, so she won't be anywhere near a TV when the winner is announced. She'll be in a dark theatre with her closest pals.
“She's reunited with some of her London friends and they'll be by her side the whole night. So when she leaves the theatre, the Love Island final will all be over – and she didn't have to witness it!”
This Morning airs weekdays at 10:30am on ITV.
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