Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Is THIS why Niall left Love Island?

Is THIS why Niall left Love Island?

A Love Island spokesperson told MailOnline in a statement: 'Niall has left the villa for personal reasons and won't be returning to the show'.

The 23-year-old student and construction worker, who has just recently coupled up with new girl Georgia, has quit the show for good.

The reason given by the show was that Niall had left for personal reasons, but since leaving the villa his friends say that the "can't get hold of him" and fans of the show have been questioning why Niall left?

ITV have also revealed they "have no current plans" for Niall to appear on spin-off show Aftersun with Caroline Flack.

Speaking to the group, Dr Alex read: 'For personal reasons unfortunately he can't continue or come back to the villa'. We got on really, really well. "He was actually my friend, my buddy". "And I look forward to catching up with him and having some fun with him outside".

Viewers picked up on the cryptic remark and rushed to social media to wonder what Rosie meant, with one posting: "Did anyone else notice Rosie reference Niall's dishonesty in her confrontation with Adam, I reckon he's broke the rules in some way and that's why it's so hush hush".

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Love Island airs tonight from 9pm on ITV2 ans 3e.

Some said the show wouldn't be worth watching without the cocky Coventry lad.

Following news of Niall's exit, it was announced that the next recoupling is growing closer.

Taking Adam down a peg in full view of the other Islanders, Rosie gave her partner the opportunity to come clean, but when he claimed not to know what she was "on about", she took matters into her own hands.

He was coupled up with new girl Georgia Steel at the time of his departure.

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