Love Island babe Amy Hart has revealed that she'd love to go back into the famous villa for the second time.
The 28-year-old reality star sensationally quit the ITV2 dating show in 2019 when she was dumped by Curtis Pritchard.
Despite having a tough time while filming the dramatic fifth series two years ago, the former air hostess admitted that she'd do it all over again if she got the chance.
"I'd love to go back in now with what I know now and how I’ve changed as a person," she told BuzzBingo in a recent interview.
"I was really lucky that ITV paid for me to have like eight months of therapy.
"So, now I’m just more of a chilled out, better person now and I wish that I could go and show everyone that side of me."
Amy went on to reveal that she's learned a lot about herself since appearing on the popular series.
The TV personality said: "I went on holiday with my one of my best friends, just after I came out of Love Island and then again then a year later she said to me: 'Seriously, you are a different person, it's not that you're were a bad person when you came out of Love Island.
"'You were just so on edge all the time and now you're so relaxed. It's lovely to see'."
Since leaving the famous villa, Amy's career has soared but fans won't be seeing her stripping off to boost her bank balance.
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Opening up about why she's not planning on following in the footsteps of Megan Barton-Hanson and Lauren Goodger, Amy explained: "I mean, it's not for me. Nobody would want to see that to be fair.
"I mean, if it's what you want to do, go make your money, knock yourself out. But I couldn't do it to my family."
When asked if she'd consider it in the future, Amy added: "No, not even if I was desperate for money would I do that."
When she's not been busy launching her own clothing range and appearing on our television screens, Amy has been doing bit by helping out at her local food bank in Worthing.
She explained: "I did do one shift a week at the food banks. But now because they're oversubscribed with volunteers, we're now in every fortnight.
"So, I work in the packing room. You're given a list of how many people – how many adults and how many children, then you go around and pack up the food parcels, and then they get taken out to be delivered.
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"Some local people started a food bank and now we send out about 120 food packages a week. At Christmas, we did 222 children’s stockings. Every school holiday we did 222 school lunches.
"It’s an amazing place to be part of and it's actually my favourite thing that I do every week. I love just going along and I've got all my friends at the food bank and we just have nice chats in the packing room."
- Amy Hart
- Love Island
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