With Anna & Jordan and Chris & Harley now dumped out of 'Love Island' begins to draw to a close, there's clearly still a long way to go before it's all over.
Tonight's episode confirmed what most people predicted, namely that Anna & Jordan were going to be dumped out of the villa, especially after their blow-up the previous night. Now that they're out of the villa, it's clear there's no love lost between the two of them.
When asked about her time in the villa, Anna specifically named Jordan as one of the lowest points, but overall, seemed happy for doing the show. "Lots of ups-and-downs! Obviously, the Jordan thing was one of my lowest moments. I’ve had fun and made friends with people I never would meet on the outside. It’s been a place where I’ve met great friends. I’m grateful and happy. A mixture of emotions!"
Surprisingly, Anna said that if she were given the chance to do things over, she wouldn't have changed a thing and had no regrets coupling up with either Jordan or Ovie. "With Ovie, I just didn’t fancy him in that way. I can appreciate that he is a good-looking guy but when I got to know him a bit better and I spent more time with him, I just wasn’t attracted to him. Our personalities just didn’t match."
Yet, despite having no regrets, Anna said that she was "so disappointed in (Jordan) was felt "hurt by him." She went on, saying that while doesn't have "anger towards him", she does "feel sorry for him." Oof.
Jordan, meanwhile, had a different take on the subject. "I met a girl that I liked. I feel like in there, it’s such an intense environment, it’s like you’re in a gold-fish bowl. Me and Anna got on really well, she’s a beautiful girl. She’s got a lot of things I love in a girl but when someone else came in, it made me sit back and think that I could have something missing with Anna."
Yet, despite this and the clear backlash against him after what happened, Jordan maintains he has no regrets about doing the show. "Ever since I walked into the villa," Jordan explained, "I was attracted to Anna from the start and throughout the whole process and when I made her my girlfriend, it was because all the signs were there for me to make her my girlfriend."
"I’ve still got feelings for her," he added, "she’s a great girl and she is beautiful. I just had this feeling which made me sit back and think something was missing, I just felt like I had to voice it. Everything I have done has been based on the way I was feeling."
Despite this, Jordan says he has no regrets on the show, and that he made no mistakes. "Before I went into the villa, Anna was one of the girls I had my eye on and we hit it off straight away. We had our little blip with Casa Amor. When the new girls came in, I felt like I didn’t have anything as good with those girls as what me and Anna did, so I stayed true to myself. When India came in, it did surprise me a bit so I voiced my opinion. I didn’t go about it in the right way but everything I’ve done has been because of what I’ve been feeling. No regrets whatsoever."
Wow. OK, then. As for Chris and Harley, both of them seemed pretty sweet on each other in their exit interview, but specifically stated that they both think Molly-Mae and Tommy are going to win. Granted, both of them were in the show for just two weeks, whereas Anna and Jordan were there for far longer, neither Chris nor Harley seemed interested about going back to the villa if they got the chance.
'Love Island' continues tomorrow night on Virgin Media Two at 9PM.