Greg O'Shea has revealed what he did with the money he won on Love Island 1 year ago

Greg O'Shea has revealed what he did with the money he won on Love Island

We didn't expect that now.

It's been a few months now since Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill were crowned Love Island champions.


Since then, it has been a world wind for the pair, who are no longer a couple.

Limerick man, Greg O'Shea, has gotten some really incredible opportunities (plus, there was that free Range Rover.)

Greg has started working as a co-host on RTE's 2fm, and this morning Greg explained what he actually did with his £25,000 Love Island winnings.

And we really didn't expect his answer.

Greg said: "It's so boring, I just saved it."

"I actually kept it in English bank account and waited for conversion rate to improve before bring it across [to Ireland]."

"I'm a boring old fart like that."


Good looking, and smart.

As we all know, Greg allegedly "dumped Amber" via text message, and since then, she's been quite vocal about her relationship with the rugby player.

It has been suggested that Amber should have pocked the whole £50,000 prize, rather than choosing to share it with Greg.


Speaking to The Sun's Fabulous magazine, she joked: "Nah, he can keep it.

"I needed someone else to win and we won it together. I don't hate him, I'm just disappointed in him, really."

"All wanted was a little bit of effort on his part to come to London or Newcastle to see me, and we'd had a discussion about that a couple of days before."


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"Then he texted me on the day I was supposed to fly to Ireland."

"I think in the future I'll look back on this as a blessing in disguise. I can focus on work and spending time with my family and friends."

However, Greg disputed the claims that he broke up with Amber through a single text message.


He set the record straight on The Late Late Show a couple of weeks back, telling viewers "don't believe everything you read."