'Love Island's Amber Gill has made her first TV appearance since being dumped by co-winner of the series, Greg O'Shea.
Amber was due to appear on last weekend's 'Late Late Show' opposite Greg. However, she was a no-show after the couple split up and Greg appeared on the show with Maura Higgins instead.
When Ryan Tubridy asked what happened, Greg insisted that they'd been talking about breaking up "over phone calls" for a number of days. He added: "The whole thing about a text isn't true - people just want to sell stories."
The rugby player said they needed to focus on their respective careers in the UK, where Amber is based, and Ireland. He's trying to get to the Olympics with the Sevens team this year.
He told Tubridy: "We're kind of being realistic about the situation and protecting our careers. That's where we are at the moment."
Amber gave her first interview since the breakup on panel show 'Loose Women'. During it, she claimed that Greg did end their relationship over text.
"Obviously I’m really disappointed," Amber began. "I wasn’t expecting that at all. I was due, just that weekend gone, to fly out to Dublin to spend the weekend with him as we were going on a TV show together. On that day I had to cancel because it wasn’t working out."
She also spoke of their career paths also saying: "I just think the careers and the distance was always a factor.
"I don’t know what changed, I kind of wanted to make it work, but it is what it is. I am disappointed that it’s over, but I’m booked and I’m busy. I’ll be fine. Onwards and upwards from here."
As for who did the deed and how, Amber said:
"From my point of view, I kind of still wanted to make it work. There was a call a few days prior just chatting, not specifically to do with that. But definitely on that day [the relationship ended], it was like a text.
"We were texting each other... Basically all I wanted was a bit of effort from him to come to London or Newcastle to come and see me. I just was like, 'Oh, I'm going to have to give up if you don't put the effort in', and then he was like, 'Okay, bye'.
"I think there was a bit of miscommunication, but I think if you don't want to be with someone, you don't want to be with someone."