Ex-islanders Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake joined the host on the Aftersun couch, discussing their relationship in the outside world. However, Ellie also took some time to express her feelings of guilt towards her on-screen actions.
Following her widely controversial feud with Georgia Steel on the show, Ellie commented: "What I said was wrong 100% and I'm sorry from the bottom of my heart.
"It's actually embarrassing to watch [the footage], the way I felt at the time I felt Georgia was coming at me in quite a threatening way. For me I was quite shocked that the uproar wasn't quite 50/50, because for me I felt we both played equal amounts in that."
Fans of the reality show were busy on social media following Ellie's admission, with some gaining respect for the Geordie native.
At least Ellie said she shouldn’t have said what she did to Georgia in the heat of the moment during the argument they both had 😊#LoveIslandAftersun- Marie Anthony 🏴 (@mlawelshgirl) July 22, 2018
Ellie later elaborated "When I left, Georgia was like 'arguments make friendships stronger' and I really respect her for that."
Charlie actively tried to talk Ellie down whilst in the villa, although she didn't react too nicely to her now real-life boyfriend.
On that moment, Ellie revealed: "When I look back now he was totally right in what he was saying, but at the time I was just so passionate about it. I did eventually say sorry, just not then."
Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2. Love Island: Aftersun airs on Sundays at 10pm, also on ITV2.
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