Love Island’s Jack Fincham Admits He Should Have Coupled Up With Megan
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Love Island 2021 is so close now, we can almost smell the suncream.
Why did Jack and Dani split?
Jack and Dani won season 4, but their love didn't last long outside the villa and they broke it off in April 2019.
When he went on E4's Celebs Go Dating, Jack told the dating agents where he felt he and Dani had gone wrong.
"If we had lived in Love Island forever, we'd have been fine," he said. "We rushed it straight away, we moved in together. I did want to [move in with her] but I wish we had waited."
"I let her rush me a little bit. We had a genuine connection in there and I think anyone can see that," he added.
Dani rekindled her love with ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence after splitting with Jack, and in 2020 they welcomed their first baby together. Jack said he wishes Dani all the happiness in the world.
Is Jack Fincham single?
Jack has been looking for love ever since their split and said on Celebs go Dating: "100% I'm over Dani and now I want to go and meet someone."
He hasn't confirmed he's in a relationship with anybody, but there were rumours about him dating TOWIE's Frankie Sims of late; the two were seen kissing in photos and videos on her Instagram story over bank holiday weekend.
Jack Fincham wished he'd cracked on with Megan Barton-Hanson
During Heat's Love After Love Island, Megan and Jack were quizzed about their time on the hit ITV show. Jack said Megan was top of his list of alternative suitors.
"We have been out loads of times after [Love Island] and you are on a level. We have a laugh, so I would probably say you, as you are fun," he told the glamour model.
"I spent so much time with the person I was coupled up with that we didn't get to know - whereas we actually had good conversations, have a laugh, a lot of common interests and do the same things," he added.
Megan, 26, coupled up with Wes Nelson in the villa and they dated for five months after the show.
Love Island comes to ITV2 on Monday 28th June at 9pm.
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