The latest Love Island: Aftersun was a lot to take for a Sunday night as Michael Griffiths and Joanna Chimonides came face to face for the first time since she called him a ‘f**king snake’.
Although, she was proved to be bang on as less than two days after Joanna left Love Island alone, Michael cracked on with Amber Gill as soon as her head was finally turned by Greg O’Shea.
Thankfully, Michael got his comeuppance, Amber picked Greg in the last recoupling and the firefighter was sent packing alongside Francesca Allen.
In turn, it was the 27-year-old’s turn in the hot seat with Caroline Flack last night where he was also forced to explain himself to Joanna, who previously stressed time and time again there was no going back for Liverpool’s answer to Hugh Hefner.
But what happened when the cameras stopped rolling?
‘We had a brief chat, he apologised and said he’ll text me and explain himself really,’ Joanna exclusively told Metro.co.uk. ‘I think I’d like to talk things through properly and hear him out, hear his side of things. But in terms of getting back – there won’t be any going back for me.’
‘I’ve had time to adjust to it all and realise maybe me and him aren’t meant to be together,’ she continued. ‘But he is a sweet boy and it was really nice to see him again after the villa, it was a bit different. Aside from that though my head is set on, “I’m not going back there.”’
Michael, however, is adamant he still wants to try and win Joanna back – despite telling Amber he never stopped thinking about her and was even called out by viewers when he changed his tune to claim his declaration to Joanna before her exit was actually about his ex.
So it’s understandable Joanna is reluctant to believe his latest plea.
‘Yeah and no [I believe him],’ she explained. ‘I think when things like this happen it’s hard to know what to believe and I think that’s the issue right now.’
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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