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Newly-single Jack Fincham drops huge hint he’s returning to Love Island villa

Newly-single Jack Fincham drops huge hint he’s returning to Love Island villa

The 32-year-old hinted he could be returning to the dating show

Former Love Island champ Jack Fincham has revealed he's single once again, while suggesting it could be time for him to make his return to the villa.

The 32-year-old, who won the 2018 series while coupled up with Dani Dyer, has split from recent girlfriend Jodie Ella, saying he's 'so single it hurts'.

Now, the star has prompted fresh rumours he could follow in the footsteps of Adam Collard and Kady McDermott by making a return to the dating show, after admitting he'd 'go back on in a heartbeat'.

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer won Love Island in 2018.

Jack told The Sun: "Oh yeah of course I’d go back on the show. I’d love to.

"It’s like a perfect environment to meet someone. You haven’t got to worry about your phone or going to work or cooking."

He added: "I’m not just trying to get out of work but yeah, I’d go back on the show in a heartbeat.”

News of his break up comes just months after claiming he'd met a 'good one' in girlfriend Jodie, but now Jack says he's ready to settle down.

The reality star admitted he does get 'a lot of attention' on nights after finding fame on the show, joking: "It's my own charm, it's a curse."

"But actually I’m kind of ready to find someone and spend time with them," he continued.

"My little brother is 28 and he’s been with his girlfriend for nine years and I think wow I’d love that now. I’m ready to meet someone."

However, Jack did confess he has trouble knowing whether people's intentions are genuine or whether they are just attracted to the fame since he came out the villa.

The former Love Island star said he'd 'go back on in a heartbeat'.

"Does someone just want to be with me because I’ve been on telly and have a blue tick? It’s hard to know sometimes," he said.

"That’s with everyone though; you come out of that show and everyone wants to be your mate and your phone doesn’t stop ringing and then sometimes you lose touch with a lot of the old mates you thought would always be there.

"You start to think, just because I’ve been on telly it doesn’t make me a different person."

Since his stint on Love Island, Jack has spoken publicly about his struggles with his mental health, but luckily, he says he's in a better place than ever, thanks to his work as an amateur boxer.

"I’m back in camp at the moment and training every day and I’m feeling really good," he said.

"I've boxed my whole life but my last fight was on the Mayweather card and that’s just from me manifesting it. I manifested that I’d win Love Island - I really believe in it."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram / @jack_charlesf / ITV

Topics: Love Island, Celebrity, TV And Film