Amber Gill says she couldnt be with a man again and shares joy at switching teams
Love Island 2019 winner Amber Gill has declared that she 'couldn't be with a man again' and that 'switching teams was the best decision I've ever made in my life'.
The 24 year old tweets her hilarious takes on the ITV2 show every night, and wasted no time in posting as Monday night's drama unfolded, with the original girls in Casa Amor and the original guys wasting no time in getting to know the newbies.
Despite many of them claiming to be enamoured with their partners, Davide Sanclimenti, 27, Andrew Le Page, 27, and Dami Hope, 26, each enjoyed steamy kisses with some of the new arrivals.
Giving commentary as the men 'cracked on' in the main villa, Amber seemingly alluded to her sexuality as she wrote: "Watching men makes me feel ill. I couldn't put myself through it again."
In another Tweet, she wrote: "Switching teams was the best decision I made in my life."
Continuing to speak about the boys' lack of loyalty, Amber added: "'If you kiss a girl I will' This is why I switched."
One of Amber's followers replied to one of her Tweets, writing: "Me and my gf were saying just yesterday that we predict you'll end up settling down with a woman."
The reality personality wrote: "That's cute. Tell me why."
The fan responded: "Because you seem to be very disenchanted by men these days, and we feel like a woman (the right woman) is more likely to appreciate you for all your complexities and inner fire.
"And treat you with the level of care/sensitivity that you deserve."
Amber replied: "Now I'm crying."
Replying Amber's tweet about switching teams, someone commented: "No because this actually makes total sense, I can totally imagine you with a girlfriend."
Another person wrote: "Wait like switching teams or switching teams" and added some rainbow emojis – the symbol for Pride."
A third person wrote: "Is this the best news for all?! [rainbow emoji]".
Amber has previously hinted at her sexuality, after one fan asked her last year: "Bestie, I'm afraid to ask you this," alongside a number of fruit emojis, hinting towards her being a part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Amber responded candidly to the Tweet, writing: "Sometimes/"
She referenced the tweet a week later at the National Television Awards when she told the Daily Star: "The fruit emojis mean the fruit emojis, what can I say? Some days I might be, some days I might not."
Amber won the 2019 series of love Island with Greg O'Shea, 27, however the pair broke up just five weeks later, after splitting the £50,000 prized money they pocketed by being crowned the winners of the show.
OK! has reached out to Amber's representatives for comment.
Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2.
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