Love Island the 2019 winner Greg O’Shea has a dropped an enormous secret from the show, revealing that he was escorted from the house and returned to Ireland after the producers gave the devastating details.
Greg O’Shea has admitted that he was removed from his Love Island villa and then flown back home to Ireland over two consecutive days during between his appearance as a guest on ITV2 show.
The Irish native who went on win the show in the year 2019 along with former Amber Gill, was delivered devastating news by the producers during his two weeks on the show. Greg 27-year-old Greg discovered that his grandmother’s beloved died while filming and he was given the choice to fly home to attend her funeral.
The former player from rugby was able to recall being questioned and informed of the devastating information, describing how that he was ‘a fool and sat in Mallorca as his family members were at home, dealing with the aftermath of his grandmother’s tragic death.
“The next day they flew me back to Ireland,” Greg reported to The Sunday World. “I had two bodyguards with me, I had a hat on and my face covered.”
Following the service, Greg got back on the plane immediately and returned to the house because he was certain that’s what his grandmother would have desired.
“It was a bit of an old-fashioned cliché. “our nana wants you to go in and do your best, so just go back in and have a bit of fun,” Greg explained.
Then, when he returned to the home, Greg ended up winning the championship by bringing in Newcastle explosive, Amber Gill.
Even though Greg arrived late in the home, having arrived on the 44th day as the result of a bombshell dropped at a later date He was an instant success with the viewers as well as the residents of the villa.
Greg and Amber were the winners ahead of Molly-Mae’s Hague, as well as Tommy Fury, getting 48.82 percent of the popular vote But their bond was not to last. They parted ways within five weeks of the time the show’s conclusion and hours prior to when Amber was scheduled to fly to Ireland to perform alongside Greg in The Late Show.