Love Island 's Amy Day has lifted the lid on her love and sex life.
The brunette bombshell left the ITV villa a year ago and says she's had a bumpy ride since and had her heart broken by her ex.
The reality TV beauty chatted exclusively to the Daily Star during a Facebook Live with showbiz reporter Carly Hacon earlier this week.
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In a previous interview, Amy had told the Daily Star that she was "dating a very sexy 6'5 man with a 9.5 inch penis" and said it was the "best sex of her life".
When asked if she was still seeing him, Amy told Carly: "Yes – the 9.5 inch… feet. Yeah, still in the picture."
But are the pair exclusive now?
"No, I think again it's just being busy and focusing on myself and I don't want that pressure too its just really nice," she answered.
Amy also explained how she is still open to finding love and was hoping to "meet her husband" at the National Reality TV Awards that night.
She added: "You never know how you're going to meet unless you are literally swept off your feet. You never know."
The aspiring actress also revealed what the longwinded recouplings are really like in the villa.
During the conversation, she revealed some of the show's secrets and unveiled the brutal reality of the recouplings.
Amy said: "For me, it's just knowing that how long the process is when you're around the firepit when there is a recoupling or there is an eviction.
"It just takes forever so when you see their faces and they're staring at the firepit and there like like ahhh they're just bored they're not upset here not anxious they're just bored.
"It's because their eyeballs are starting to burn from the firepit."
She explained: "You'd also hear the goats or you'd hear one of the cameramen crack open a can or something and you'd be like this is just brilliant."
When asked if you could smell as well as hear the them, Amy confessed: "Yes, you can sometimes definitely on the drive up when you've gone out and did the walk through it's like farmland, it's in the middle of nowhere.
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