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For those of you who missed it, the stars of this summer’s Love Island came back together with host Laura Whitmore to have a catch-up on where they were all now.
Watch a clip here.
But Shannon, who was the first contestant dumped from the villa after just one day on the programme, was left less than impressed at how she felt the reunion was handled.
Taking to Twitch, Shannon said: “I’m in a really weird headspace, guys. I’m really sad to be honest.
“I just feel like the show has completely mugged me off, if I’m completely honest. Last night I was really angry as I sat about for nine hours all day. They mic’ed me up, briefed me on questions and then completely disregarded me, which was fine.
“I just thought, after how they dumped me, I thought I’d get some better treatment. But yeah.”
With the emotion apparent in her voice, Shannon continued: “I’m really sad to be honest, I’ve been crying and stuff all day, as I just feel like I’ve been completely humiliated in front of everyone.
“I don’t want to get upset but it is what it is.”
Wiping tears away, Shannon thanked fans who had sent support.
“I’m really p***ed off, to be honest,” she said. “But what can you do? Life goes on. I don’t usually let things get to me normally but I just feel really p***ed off.
“It was really nice to see everyone – that was the only reason why I went to be honest. It was nice to see everyone again and meet the people I never got the chance to meet before.”
The former glamour model said she was also left upset at being given the award for being the Islander who had spent the least amount of time on the programme.
“Again, to humiliate me in front of everyone,” Shannon said. “I took it on the chin, because I made a joke of it anyway.
“I just thought it was really unnecessary to be honest. It was kind of bullying, a little bit. It’s done.”
The Reunion was poorly received by viewers on social media, seeing many people deem certain segments as 'awkward.'
Tyla has contacted ITV for comment.
Love Island is available to stream on ITV Hub and BritBox.
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