Four dumped from Love Island after public vote and brutal recoupling

Obviously it's a compliment: The 24-year-old reality star admitted she was loving the attention from the hunky new eye candy

Obviously it's a compliment: The 24-year-old reality star admitted she was loving the attention from the hunky new eye candy

Margot Robbie is just like the rest of us - she is totally hooked to reality TV series 'Love Island.' The show's contestant Megan Barton Hanson (nicknamed "Muggy Megan" for her disloyal behaviour) has been said to look like Robbie, and the actress has words to say on the matter.

Megan was seeing former GB canoeist Tommy Brady for about three months before she entered the villa and, according to the tabloids, she promised him she "wouldn't do anything more than kiss" anyone on the show.

Tommy apparently supported her decision to go in the villa for the sake of her career, however he has now broken up with her after the romp with Eyal Booker.

A source explains, "He and Megan called each other boyfriend and girlfriend".

When asked if he'd seen Megan's before and after shots, he told us: "I've seen the pictures of course, and do you know what, it's a really hard one". It was getting serious.

The 22-year-old reflected on his time in the Island, revealing he has zero regrets about his romance with Megan: "I honestly don't live with regret".

"Considering Megan has already strayed before, it might happen again", he said, adding that he approves of Georgia and Sam as a "cute" couple. Tommy was fine with it as long as she was sensible.

He also said he is "gutted" to leave the villa, but that he is looking forward to seeing his family and reuniting with his former Love Island partner Zara McDermott. "As far as he's concerned, it's over".

It was Adam Collard, Darylle Sargeant, Ellie Jones and Alex Miller who left Love Island after a shock twist.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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