Love Islander reignites feud with Olivia after she’s dumped from the villa with shady tweet | The Sun

ZARA Deniz Lackenby Brown has reignited her feud with Olivia Hawkins after learning she was dumped from the villa.

The dancer – who argued with Olivia on multiple occasions on the ITV show – showed her relief in a shady tweet just moments after it was announced.

She tweeted: “Alexa play God Did by DJ Khaled.”

And when a fan joked that she should be on her “best behaviour”, Zara told them: “I promise I’m trying.”

Tanyel Revan was also keen to celebrate Olivia’s exit as she tagged Zara in a post about it.

Zara entered the villa as a bombshell and made a move on Tom, who was with Olivia at the time.

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The women rowed on numerous occasions and viewers suspected it might be because they knew each other before going on the show.

After getting dumped, Zara explained the situation, saying: “We were acquaintances through work.

“Whenever we crossed paths on film sets it was good vibes so I thought I would have a friendly face in there who would help me feel at ease – but how wrong I was.”

The stunning 25-year-old continued to say the tension between herself and Olivia “broke my heart.”

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She added: “Every little thing I was doing in there she felt was a dig at her. I felt like I couldn't win with her – nothing I was doing was right.”

Olivia got the boot with her sixth partner on the show – Maxwell.

But in a shock twist she was given the power to dump another couple from the villa at the same time – leaving viewers horrified.

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