LOVE Island's Mike Thalassitis has issued a warning to Chris Hughes over his tumultuous romance with Olivia Hughes following his elimination from the show.
The couple, who have been through a series of ups and downs, including a brief split, got back on track when they officially became boyfriend and girlfriend.
While the couple might be happy despite the odds, Mike revealed to press, including OK! Online, that Chris should be careful because of what Olivia had told him.
"I’d probably say – Chris is the same age as me – but I don’t know he just seems like he needs to grow up a little bit and realise that they argue a lot they bicker a lot.
"I mean, we found out that she said she loves him and six hours after she said she’d want to f**k me in the hideaway and that’s not something I’d ever put up with with someone I was falling for.
"I think he needs to be a little bit careful and just look after himself," he concluded on the subject.
And the Love Island star didn't seem too hopeful that Chris and Olivia would last once the show came to an end and everyone returned to their normal lives.
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Chris and Liv have been together a long time but I just feel like the kind of girl Olivia is on the outside – her and Chris are probably people that would never have crossed paths – but I guess that’s what the show is about.
"I reckon it will be a shock for him to see what kind of life she lives when she gets out but personally I don’t think it will work."
Meanwhile, Mike touched upon the subject of the revenge he had planned when he re-entered the villa.
Admitting that all he wanted to do was dump her after pretending to show interest, Mike revealed that he changed his mind when he realised that he wanted to get to know Tyla.
"I wasn't even expecting her to be into it at all and then people said she was into me so I thought I'd play a little game with her and wheel her in and say I like her, and then just give her pie.
"But I changed my mind. It’s really not me and I din’t want it to get in the way of me getting to know these other girls. I wanted to get to know Tyla and I didn’t want people to think that I was still into Olivia because that definitely wasn’t the case.
"I’m not going to lie, it would have been fun to play a game on her and lead her on but I had more important things to do in there."
Love Island continues on ITV2, everyday from 9pm.
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