Billy Brown has hit out at Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page 's romance as he is dumped from the Love Island villa.
The 23 year old was dumped from the villa after the public vote put him in the bottom two alongside Dami Hope, with the girls having the final decision on which boy they wanted to be dumped.
Following Billy's major fallout with partner Danica Taylor before cooling things off with her, it was unsurprising that he faced the exit – but he's not left without firing a few parting shots.
Speaking to the show after exiting the villa, he was quick to suggest that Andrew and former partner Tasha were taking things "a bit quick" after recoupling once again after a dramatic Casa Amor.
Tasha brought Billy into the main villa after deciding she wanted to get to know him more, while Andrew decided to couple up with Coco Lodge.
Things heated up when they were both reunited in the villa, however, and Tasha found out what Andrew had been getting up to with Coco during the Casa Amor challenge.
Being asked whether Tasha made the right decision to go back to Andrew, Billy said: "Feelings can change there day by day, but I think it’s a bit quick. But at the end of the day it's up to them and good on them."
But despite this, he was happy to have connected with Tasha and was brought over to the main villa.
He said: "I did not think that Tasha was going to be open for a chat and then swayed more towards her and we did get along – I think we had a good little something going.
"Whether she was going to bring someone back or not, 70% of me was thinking she would but then 30% was thinking she might play it safe and not. I was happy to come back with Tasha."
Meanwhile, he opened up about cooling things off with Danica, but remains adamant that he didn't want to "pretend we're a happy couple".
He said: "The reason I did that was because I didn’t want to waste time. I said to Danica that ‘I'd rather tell you now that I haven't felt that click rather than just carry on and we’re not going anywhere.’
"I’d rather leave and know that I’ve been true to myself rather than drag it on and pretend we’re a happy couple when we’re not. We did have good times but it wasn’t a romantic thing. There is no bad blood there."
But he does regret how he handled Snog, Marry, Pie – admitting he was completely at fault for that and also admitting his and Danica's bedroom antics the morning after.
He said: "I would’ve snogged Danica instead of Gemma. But the only reason I did that was because I knew Gemma was going to pie me and I thought, ‘I’ll have a bit of banter, give her a peck and laugh it off.’
"But it turned and didn’t come out the best way and that’s my fault. And telling the boys in the morning what happened with me and Danica, I’d change that as well."
When it comes to the likely winners, he's torn between two different couples likely to take the £50,000 prize.
He said: "Honestly at the moment, I think Paige and Adam [are likely to win] because things are moving quickly for them. Or Ekin-Su and Davide!"
Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.
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