Amy Hart ignites rumours of a feud with her Love Island co-stars after giving bizarre excuse
She threw a party last week for her loyal friends and not one of her Love Island alumni were there.
And Amy Hart has now given an extremely odd reason as to why she does not hang out with her cast-mates during an Instagram live Q and A on Sunday.
The former air hostess, 27, claimed it was down to her living in Worthing, which is a one hour 40 minute drive from the capital.
Amy responded: 'Because I live in Worthing, so if I’m in London I’m working and if I have time off I’m in Worthing.
'I love them all dearly and I can’t wait to see them all. We’re all so busy.'
However Amy's bizarre excuse did not seem add up when she was later asked by another follower: 'Do you travel around the UK for musicals?'
Revealing she is willing to make the effort as a theatre fan, she gloated: 'I love driving almost as much as I love musicals, so yes I do travel around to see all the shows, I receive every brochure you know going as I have booked tickets to every theatre! I love show trips.'
Amy's comments come after she threw a party for her friends who had stuck by her during her time on the ITV2 show.
In a clip viewed by the The Mirror, Amy gave a speech at the party where she revealed she had lost many friends during her time on Love Island and lauded those at the party who had stood by her.
In the video, an emotional Amy was seen saying: 'The criteria for today’s invitation list was as follows - nice to me before the villa, supportive whilst i was in the villa, and nice to me when i came out of the villa...
'A lot of people that have been in my life for a long time didn’t actually meet that criteria… which is really sad but i am so grateful that I have all of you...
'And I know you are my real friends because a lot of you were banned from Facebook during the time i was in the villa.'
Amy was left heartbroken when she was dumped by Curtis Pritchard during her time in the villa, after he made a move on Jourdan Riane, who rebuffed his advances in a shock move.
After telling him she had fallen in love, he continued to keep a distance before falling for the advances of Maura Higgins - leading to heartache.
Amid fears for her mental health, Amy made the brave decision to leave the villa after seeking therapy during her stint in the villa.
Following her departure from the villa, the blonde made a sly dig at her fellow islanders for supporting her brief beau Curtis' blossoming romance with Maura.