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Amber Davies says Love Island is ‘too vicious’ and she wouldn’t appear on it right now

Former reality TV star Amber Davies avoided her stint on Love Island by insisting that if approached now she would not appear on the ITV2 reality show

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Amber Davies is enjoying a romantic getaway with her boyfriend in 2020

Love Island winner Amber Davies has insisted she would not appear on the ITV2 dating show if she entered now.

The 25-year-old star hit the dating show alongside her ex-boyfriend Kem Cetinay in 2017.

Despite winning the show, Amber admitted there’s no chance she’s on it now because she’s gotten “too vicious.”

The brunette bombshell has also warned that new contestants will need a “thick skin” because of the abuse they could face on social media.

Amber, who has had a successful acting and dancing career since appearing on Love Island, said the hate people get from the show is “wild”.







Amber has had a successful acting and dancing career since appearing on Love Island
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The brunette bombshell has warned that new candidates need “thick skin”.
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“When I did it five years ago, it wasn’t as vicious as it is now — the online hate they all get is wild,” she pointed out.

“I’m so glad I did it then. I was only 20 when I won and looking back I’m like, ‘Wow, I was really strong’. The new candidates have to have a good support system and really thick skin,” she told The Sun.

It comes after Amber recently admitted she wishes she had attended therapy sessions following her stint on Love Island.







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During the height of the Covid pandemic, Amber came to the realization that she should have sought treatment as she left the villa.

Speaking to Roxie Nafousi on The Moments That Made Me podcast, Amber said: “I’ve been through so much and yet being in lockdown made me sadder than I’ve ever been in my life.

“I think that was because I processed everything, I processed absolutely everything that happened.

“All I would have wished for was to have therapy as soon as I came out or six months after I came out.







Amber said she should have gone to therapy after her performance on Love Island
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The brunette bombshell has left her stay on Love Island behind
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“I think I would have handled things so differently,” she explained.

Speaking to Roxie Nafousi on The Moments That Made Me podcast, Amber said: “I’ve been through so much and yet being in lockdown made me sadder than I’ve ever been in my life.

“I think that was because I processed everything, I processed absolutely everything that happened.

“All I would have wished for was to have therapy as soon as I came out or six months after I came out.







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“I think I would have handled things so differently,” she explained.

She admitted she had therapy after taking “a somewhat strange turn” during lockdown and it was at this point that she began to open up about the transition in her life.

“That’s all you need, you just have to talk about it,” she confessed.

“I’ve been going 100mph for the last four years, so when there was this silence I was like, ‘I don’t know who I am, I have to work.’

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