Explosive Love Island feud reignited as winner Kai snubs ex | The Sun

IT has been nearly a week since Love Island announced Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan as winners of the reality dating show.

But it looks as though Kai, 24, is not willing to diffuse his feud with his ex Olivia Hawkins, as he has decided to not follow her on Instagram – despite her publicly stating that she was keen to heal their rift.

Kai was coupled with Olivia when she took time out of the main villa to visit Casa Amor and hooked up with Maxwell Samuda.

In a shock admission at the time of entering Casa Amor, Olivia not only pretended to have forgotten Kai's name when faced with the bombshell boys, but she even made light of it when returning to the main villa.

She told the girls: "I can't believe I forgot his name."

Fans voted that her and Kai were the least compatible and branded her a game player as they believed she moved on from Kai after he was placed in the bottom three of the public votes.

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However, Olivia claimed she was keen to put their past behind them.

She recently said: "I hope we go back to being friends when we get out. I don’t want any animosity between us. I have a big heart and I just wish him all the best."

In a bid to justify her relationship with Maxwell, she added: "As soon as I had my first conversation with Maxwell, I knew there was something special."

She then said: "We have a lot in common and lots of the guys were saying things to me about Kai which made me doubt how genuine his feelings were towards me."

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