Tensions between Love Island's Amy and Amber are rising for this awkward reason 9 months ago

Tensions between Love Island's Amy and Amber are rising for this awkward reason


We bid a fond farewell to Love Island a few weeks back, and since then it's been pretty mad for the contestants.

They've all launched straight into careers as personalities, particularly the winners, Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.

In fact, Amber's success has apparently started to cause tension between her and Amy Hart.

Amber recently appeared on Loose Women as a guest panelist, with rumours that she may become a permanent fixture.

This is a bitter enough pill to swallow for Amy, who made an appearance on the show, and has not been asked back.

Former flight attendant Amy said that appearing on Loose Women was a “dream come true” for her.

She also told Caroline Flack that she was hoping to be made a more permanent fixture.



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Dinner with my ❤️

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Last week, Amber and Greg paid a visit to the Loose Women studio!

According to The Mirror, the Geordie beauty impressed ITV producers so much, they invited her back to the show, with hopes of her becoming a full-time panellist.So yeah, you see why there might be tension...The source said: "She is opinionated, outspoken and sassy – all the ingredients to be a perfect Loose Woman. Bosses are excited to see how it goes."

"Her appearance was a real hit and viewers loved her, so it’s well worth giving her a shot at asking the questions."


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HEEEYYYY MACARENA ? it’s always a fun day with the loose ladies ??@loosewomen

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They also added: "If she’s a success, a regular slot on the panel in the future could be on the cards."

Speaking about the gig, Amber said she had been “a fan of the show for ages” and was  “super-excited to be joining the Loose panel”.

Amber added: "Trust me, I’ll be giving my opinions on everything from cosmetic surgery to open relationships and blended families."

We can't wait!