I was on Love Island this year and one huge couple won't last – they're just not a match | The Sun

I was on Love Island this year and one huge couple won't last – they're just not a match | The Sun

A LOVE Island 2023 star has called out one couple who won't last the distance – and suggested they "don't really match."

Ring girl Olivia Hawkins, 27, who was dumped prior to the Love Island 2023 final, has dished the dirt on the prospects for her co-stars post-villa life.

Talking of the couples she doesn't think will make the distance, the straight-talker – who recently exclusively opened up on her relationship with Maxwell – told Closer Magazine: "I think maybe Will and Jessie.

"I hope they do, but he's very energetic and I don't know if they really match."

Aussie Jessie and farmer Will were given the boot before the final.

Earlier this month Olivia stayed true to her current opinion as she clashed with Jessie about her feelings for Will.

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During the episode, Will found out that some of the Islanders had branded his girl "fake."

Meanwhile, on a brighter outlook, Brighton lass Olivia gave her top couple for lasting love.

She told the same publication: "I also think Kai and Sanam are real. "They were always together.

"They could go the whole distance – maybe even marriage and babies!"

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Previously, Olivia opened up on her relationship with bombshell Maxwell.

Speaking to The Sun at the Cineworld, Leicester Square event, Olivia said: "We are planning a holiday together. Somewhere romantic would be nice. When we flew back from the villa, we stopped over in Amsterdam, and thought, it would be nice to have a little holiday together. Just the two of us."

Maxwell added: "We've been together pretty much since we left the villa, which has been great. We even went to Brighton to see family. So it would be nice to go away on a little romantic trip."

Meanwhile Olivia and Maxwell have hinted there's unfinished business in the villa after their shock exit.

Speaking to The Sun at the Cineworld, Leicester Square event, Olivia joked: "Yes, I did bring the fireworks."

She teased: "Well, there's the reunion show yet… "

Meanwhile Olivia has insisted she's a good person after being in the eye of a storm of “toxic femininity” on Love Island. 

In an exclusive with The Sun, she insisted the scenes where the girls were — in the words of viewers — “cruel and manipulative” to the boys in the name of “sisterhood”, a trend dubbed “toxic femininity”, were misleading.

She said: “It was never about the girls bashing the boys.

“I had many times when I was in tears that wasn’t shown on TV. There were real emotions.

“Maybe it was a case of big personalities clashing, it was so intense and arguments are inevitable when we were in a confined space together 24 hours a day."

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“But it was definitely not a case of toxic femininity.

“When people meet me they will see the real me, I’m definitely not a villain."

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