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Love Island’s Amy Hart Slams Maura In First Post-Villa Interview

What become of the broken Hart-ed?

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After her shock departure from the Love Island villa, Amy Hart is speaking out and slamming Maura Higgins in her first post-exit interview. While it was once all sunshine and sangria for Hart as she seemed loved up with Curtis Pritchard, things went from bad to worse following THAT dramatic recoupling.

While most people’s attention was drawn to the Amber and Michael drama, Curtis and Amy were falling apart at the seams. There was a public outcry from those fearing for Amy’s mental health, and after she went off the island for therapy, it was the beginning of the end for Amy’s journey.

Following Curtis and Amy’s split, Maura wasted no time in sinking her claws into Curtis. The Irish beauty also managed to turn the head of the quick-footed dancer, which didn’t go unnoticed by Amy.

Speaking to The Sun, Hart branded Maura “fake”. The 26-year-old flight attendant said, “I don’t believe Maura liked Curtis.”


Hart continued, “She was telling me to drop him, she took the mick out of the way he acted.” Clocking Maura’s ‘game’, Amy says she’s just trying to stay in the villa for as long as possible.

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“I think she thought he was the best one left out of the single ones. She wants to be on the show for as long as possible and go the distance.” Speaking about Maura’s future with Curtis, Amy sniped, “They aren’t suited.”

Speaking of Curtis, some people have been creeped out by his recent behaviour. Twitter users took to the social networking site to point out his unusual term for women, that they think ‘makes him sound like an 80-year-old man’.

One wrote: “”Curtis shut up calling them ‘young ladies’ I’m sick of it, you’re not someone’s grandad.”

“I wish Curtis would stop referring to Maura as ‘young lady’ – it makes him sound like he’s about 80 years old,” added another.

A source close to Amy told The Sun: “It was Amy’s decision to walk from the villa as she felt she had gotten as much as she could from the experience,

“She fell in love, had her heart broken and couldn’t stand the thought of seeing Curtis crack on with other girls while under the same roof as her,

“She was given therapy and support from the producers at ITV and they felt she was emotionally sound enough to make her own decision. They would never dream of keeping someone in there if they weren’t happy about it.”

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