Love Island star rushed to hospital and forced to cancel work appearances | The Sun

LOVE Island star Liam Llewellyn was rushed to hospital last night with an unknown issue.

The Welsh student, 22, – who quit the show after just four days – told fans he would be unable to carry out upcoming commitments while he recovers.

In a statement on social media today, Liam wrote: “Hey guys, just jumping on to let you know that I was hospitalised last night so I will not be fit to fly.

“Because of this I will not be in Bandon or Riverstick Cork, Ireland this weekend. I’ll be in Cork on the 23rd and 24th, apologies for the inconvenience but will catch you soon.”

Liam has been very busy with club appearances following his brief stint on the show.

He was originally coupled up with Gemma Owen but made the shock decision to leave.

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Having told his fellow contestants he felt he hadn't been giving “100% Liam”, he later admitted he was unable to relax because he was so paranoid about being filmed 24-7.

He told The Sun:“There’s a lot of stuff that goes on behind the scenes that people don’t get to see.

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“On TV all you can see is two people on a date – but there’s like 30 people running round as you’re dating, getting camera angles right, getting the lighting right.

“And if they make a bit of noise you’ve got to pause for a second and then go again.

“Maybe that was a big factor in my decision and maybe I wasn’t comfortable with all that going on and people not knowing what you’re having to deal with at the time.”

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