Amy Hart thinks Brad McClelland's "savage" dumping is the most shocking 'Love Island' moment this year.

Amy Hart

Amy Hart

The former Islander - who appeared on the ITV2 dating show in 2019 - has weighed in on the current series and admitted she had some sympathy for the Geordie builder when he sacrificed his spot to let Lucinda Strafford stay in the villa after they were voted least compatible couple.

Amy, speaking to William Hill, said: "I'm absolutely loving the show at the moment, I think the drama has come in thick and fast, we've had bombshells, we've had dumpings.

"My most shocking moment has been Lucinda and Brad having to decide between them who was going to leave - I thought it was really savage.

"Normally it's up to the other islanders. I was really sad that Brad went. I was gutted.

"I think people thought he was a player but when he sacrificed himself for Lucinda, everyone sort of went 'oh he's actually really nice.' "

Meanwhile, Amy - who had correctly guessed that AJ Bunker and Danny Bibby would be voted off on Wednesday night (21.07.21) - also urged teacher Hugo Hammond not to "settle" for second best.

She added: "Hugo told AJ he just wanted to be friends and that is fine.

"I think he is really kind, he shouldn't have to settle, he should find someone he actually wants to be with.

"There are more girls coming so he shouldn't have to settle for anyone."

And Amy is still backing Jake Cornish and Liberty Poole to win the current series after revealing them as her early pick during the first week of the show- and she's hoping his head won't be turned in Casa Amor.

She said: "My favourites to win are still Jiberty - Liberty and Jake - I do love them... I really hope that they stay solid.

"I don't know whether his head will be turned in Casa Amor. I think all the time Liberty is there he can see her and his head won't be turned, hopefully. They are lovely together."

Read the full William Hill interview in conjunction with Amy Hart here