Kendall Knight has become the surprising first casualty of this year's series, getting dumped from the villa in a dramatic recoupling.
The results left viewers rather annoyed and now Kendall herself has spoken out.
However, despite him leaving her for lawyer Rosie Williams, Kendall said that if she had the choice she would have stayed with Adam.
He revealed: "I didn't realise how insecure she might have been especially with me, I thought she'd have a little bit more confidence in her so to be honest it might be sort of grinding on me a little bit". There were times when the girls were saying "if Adam's into Rosie, why don't you try getting with Eyal" but I was like 'no, I'm not going to fake something to save myself'.
"I was in there to find somebody that I was into, not in there just to stay until the end to play the game".
But despite Kendall opening up on her feelings for him, it wasn't enough to sway Adam who opted to recouple with Rosie on the night. I think we had the most connection. We were both attracted to each other.
Eyal being before Adam meant that Adam was then left to choose between the two girls that had spent the last two episodes vying for his affections - queue a whole lot of #drama.
"I wouldn't want the stereotype of 'Oh, let's go, let's get f**ked.' Like, it's not me, do you know what I mean?"
Kendall went on to tip Jack and Dani to do well and praise Dr Alex.
"Laura and Wes were quite an unexpected coupling". But over the past couple of days, they have seemed really close.
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