Love Island's Summer Botwe reveals she's dating a fellow islander after both were dumped from villa | The Sun

LOVE Island's Summer Botwe has revealed that she's dating Josh Le Grove after they were dumped from villa.

Josh, 22, who originally coupled up with Danica Taylor in Casa Amor, swiftly moved onto Summer, also 22, when they returned to the main villa.

Josh and Summer had hit it off romantically, even sharing their first kiss at the mini fire pit, before they were brutally dumped after the public vote.

Summer appeared on Monday's episode of Lorraine alongside fellow co-stars Jay Younger and Antigoni Buxton.

Stand in host Ranvir Singh quizzed Summer about her romance with Josh since leaving the villa and said: "Quick word, you're seeing someone from the show aren't you now?"

Flashing a big smile, Summer replied: "Yeah kind of. I mean, yeah we're getting to know each other."


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Ranvir quickly interrupted her and asked: "Who's this? Tell us quickly, who is this?" to which Summer replied: "Me and Josh."

"You and Josh are now seeing each other in the real world. See that's a good thing, it is called Love Island for a reason!" the TV presenter said.

Summer added: "Yeah no it is, he obviously left when we were just starting to connect so yeah we're just seeing how things go."

Ranvir then teased Jay about a potential romance with Nathalia Campos.

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An awkward-looking Jay replied: "Errrr I wouldn't say after her, we were out on Saturday night…."

"You were out with her?" a surprised Ranvir responded, to which Jay said: "Well, we all were, there was a lot of us."

Earlier this month, Summer, Coco Lodge, Tasha Ghouri, and boys Deji Adeniyi, Josh and Andrew Le Page received the least votes from the public.

They were asked to stand in front of the firepit, with Coco and Josh eliminated from the show.

It comes after Josh revealed he secretly tried to quit the villa and spent 40 minutes a DAY in therapy.

He blasted producers as he complained about being banned from talking to co-stars about his issues without the cameras rolling.

Josh admitted his "head was gone" – and was adamant he wanted to leave.

But after telling bosses he planned to quit following his split from Danica, he was still in the villa two days later.

Josh was eventually chucked out in the public vote after growing close to Summer.

He told Secure the Insecure podcast with Johnny Seifert: "I was in welfare for 20 to 40 minutes every day just because the only place that I could actually get stuff off my chest.

"For a good four days I was ready to leave when I left I was upset because I felt like that was the final day that I got probably that connect with Summer. But my head was gone.

"I thought we're gonna be left to our own devices, I'll be on the outside, but it's not. A lot of it's forced chats break.

"And then you're gonna chat to the girls and chat to boys, or like a chill day where you can't even chat to anyone about anything, because you got production in your ears, and I can't talk about this. That kind of stuff.

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"After a while, I was ready to leave two days before I left, I was in welfare saying 'how do I go about leaving, I'm not feeling it anymore'.

"Yeah, it can get you down. And when you don't have a break, to go off and keep yourself to yourself.

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