Love Island’s Jay says ‘lots happened’ between ex islanders at finale party

All the dumped islanders were reunited on Monday when they gathered at a swanky rooftop bar to watch the final – and it seems like there was plenty of action.

Ex islander Jay Younger has said that "a lot of things happened" between the group of young people.

Jay was joined by the likes of Billy Brown and Nathalia Campos at the event, but was up early the following day for an appearance on Tuesday's This Morning.

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Billy, Jay and host Vernon Kay all took part in an exercise where they showed how to do a minute long plank and Jay was heard cheekily commenting: "Billy was in that position last night!"

To which Billy replied by saying: : "Oh and you weren't?!"

However host Rochelle brushed over the remarks.

The Mirror later questioned Jay on his comments and he replied by saying: "No you're right, a lot of things happened on Monday… a lot of things happened on Monday!"

He also admitted that he was mingling with some of the other ex islanders at the party.

"I've had a little bit more interest than I thought I might have," he said, before adding: "I think what the camera does is it neutralises people's heights and I don't think people get a full understanding of someone until they meet them in person."

Jay is an Investment Analyst from Edinburgh who entered the Love Island 2022 villa as a bombshell alongside Remi Lambert on day 10.

He and Chyna were dumped from the villa on day 35 after the public voted for their favourite couples.

This comes after Jay took to Twitter to agree with fans over scrapping the popular morning debrief segment at the start of most episodes.

Fans on Reddit speculated that the segment was heavily produced and staged and brought no substance to the episode.

The user whose idea it was to scrap the segment wrote: "We almost never get new information. It takes up too much screen time. It’s just a waste."

Viewers took to the thread to agree with the notion, one adding: "It's so uncomfortable, too stage-managed."

Another noted the awkward separate debrief bombshells appear to be made to have, saying: "It becomes even more ridiculous now that the bombshells aren’t allowed to be involved in said debriefs and therefore must have their own one."

"It’s Love Island producers trying to force the ‘Do bits society’ without realising the reason that worked was that it was an organic creation. These debriefs are a joke in comparison," said another user about how over-produced the segment feels.

Jay tweeted: "Hated these mandatory morning debriefs."

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