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Former Islander Amber Gill Says She 'Couldn't Be With A Man Again'

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Former Islander Amber Gill Says She 'Couldn't Be With A Man Again'

Former Love Island winner Amber Gill has said she couldn't date a man again, explaining she 'couldn't put [herself] through it'.

Amber, 24, made the comment while discussing this year's explosive season of Love Island, and specifically, the behaviour of the boys while the girls are in Casa Amor.

In a series of tweets, she wrote: "Switching teams was the best decision I made in my life," before saying: "Watching men makes me feel ill. I couldn't put myself through it again."

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In comments underneath the tweet, one follower wrote: "Me and my gf were saying just yesterday that we predict you'll end up settling down with a woman."

"That's cute tell me why," Amber responded, to which the person explained: "Because you seem to be very disenchanted by men these days and we feel like a woman (the right woman) is more likely to appreciate you for all your complexities and inner fire. And treat you with the level of care/sensitivity that you deserve."

While Amber is not believed to be publicly dating anyone at the moment, she previously said she would be open to dating women.

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Last year, one of Amber's followers asked her directly, tweeting: "Bestie I'm afraid to ask you this," followed by fruit emojis and question marks. Amber simply replied: “Sometimes."

And during an interview at the National Television Awards with the Daily Star, Amber was questioned about the tweet.

"The fruit emojis mean the fruit emojis - what can I say,” she said.

"Some days I might be, some days I might not. A lot of people have asked me about that and that's all I'm going to comment."

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Amber rose to fame after she won the 2019 series of Love Island with Greg O’Shea.

The couple, who split the £50,000 prize money, ended up splitting up just a few weeks after they arrived back in the UK.

"Me and Greg had the biggest bust-up you could ever imagine, like we didn't want to know each other," Amber told YouTuber Murad Merali at the time.

Amber won the 2019 series of Love Island with Greg O’Shea. Credit: ITV
Amber won the 2019 series of Love Island with Greg O’Shea. Credit: ITV
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"We were like, 'Nah, we're not doing this, it's done,' it was a lot."

She added: "We ended up being separated and then we came back together because we did like each other at the time."

Amber has gone on to release her own book, Until I Met You, set to be released on 7 July.

Speaking about the book, Amber said: "It's about my girl Samantha who gets dumped right before going to her best friend's wedding in Tobago. She is determined on living her best single life until she meets Roman but can a holiday romance last forever?

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"I don't wanna say too much but her friends are also a VIBE and I'm excited to see if you can guess which friend I'd be in the group."

Featured Image Credit: @amberrosegill/Instagram/ITV

Topics: Celebrity, Love Island, Sex and Relationships

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