I was on Love Island and won it – but I find it hard to watch show now, reveals Jack Fincham | The Sun

LOVE Island star Jack Fincham has confessed that he finds the show hard to watch.

The 31-year-old won the fourth series of the ITV2 programme alongside his ex Dani Dyer, 26, in 2018.

Since his stint in the villa Jack has gone on to do a number of amazing things including acting, boxing and starring in a recent pantomime.

Despite being extremely busy, Jack has confirmed that he will always have the time to watch Love Island.

When asked if he'll be keeping up with the upcoming winter series, Jack told us at The Last Heist premiere, Jack said: "Yeah, always man."

But sometimes the former pen salesman finds it difficult.

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He continued: "It’s mad, it’s hard for me to watch…

"I know things are done. So I’m like ‘I bet that took four hours', like the challenges and stuff taking ages, but I love the show, I love it.

"I was a fan, a massive fan of it. I've always I've always watched it."

The second series of the winter series of Love Island hits our screens this Monday.

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New hot Maya Jama, who replaced Laura Whitmore, has already headed to South Africa ahead of filming.

The new Islanders are also over there in quarantine.

The last winter series played out at the start of 2020, but was unable to air last year due to Covid.

The Sun exclusively revealed that Love Island bosses are planning a huge twist this series to keep the Islanders on their toes.

Next week, ten singletons are heading into the villa in South Africa and while they might think they know what to expect, they could be in for a big surprise.

A TV insider said: “Love Island bosses are always thinking of new ways to keep the Islanders and viewers captivated and this year they have really pulled it out the bag.

“Everything is being kept really hush hush but it’s like nothing anyone has seen before.

“Fans thought an older Islander could be headed back in again, but it’s not going to be that.

“Let’s just say no one can get too comfortable this series."

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