- Love Island's Amber Gill has spilled some serious tea on those saucy Hideaway visits.
- The reality star took to Twitter to reveal exactly why she turned down the chance, insisting she didn't "want to perform for the public."
We thought most Love Island contestants would jump at the chance of spending a steamy night of passion in the Hideaway, but not Amber Gill.
The former Islander - who won the ITV2 dating show alongside Greg O'Shea last year - has revealed she once turned down the opportunity to spend some alone time in the love nest - and it wasn't without its drama!
Amber, 22, spilled the secret on Twitter, writing: "I remember I got nominated to go in the hideaway once and I start bubbling so they choose someone else."
The reality star later confirmed what all the fuss was about while replying to a fan.
"I just want to sleep in peace I don't want to perform for the public to watch in underwear with whipped cream and chocolate sauce 🤢 That's for my mans only and to be fair I never had one in there," she said.
Villa pal Amy Hart was quick to comment on Amber's tweet, revealing she wasn't the only one who turned down the opportunity. In fact, Anna Vakili wasn't keen on the idea either!
"Between you and Anna...nobody went. One of the greatest untold stories," Amy replied.
I remember I got nominated to go in the hideaway once and I start bubbling so they choose someone else 😂😂😂😂😂😂#loveisland— AMBER THEE ROSE GILL (@AmberRoseGill) February 12, 2020
Amber and rugby player Greg hit it off just weeks before the Love Island final. But sadly it wasn't to be, with the pair announcing their split at the beginning of September.
"You need to be realistic about the situation," Greg later explained. "She lives in the UK, every brand wants to work with her, every event wants her there, of course she deserves all of it and I decided to come back to Ireland and do my thing here.
"So we're kind of just being realistic about the situation and protecting our careers and that's where we are at the moment."
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