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- Love Island winners Kem and Amber have SPLIT
- Love Island's Kem and Amber have confirmed their split
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- Love Island’s Kem Cetinay: ‘I wouldn’t do the show now’
Love Island winners Kem and Amber have SPLIT
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The couple are rumoured to be "devastated" that things ended like this. Having felt a serious strain on their relationship in the past three weeks, due to both work commitments and constant travelling, the pair felt it was best they part ways. A source close to Kem and Amber told The Metro that their heavy schedules were having a negative effect on their relationship and leading them to constantly argue. Becoming a firm favourite with the public, the two went on to winning the series and being crowned Love Island winners. We fell in love in the villa and want to thank all the fans of the show for supporting us.
Love Island winners Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay may have seemed each other's type on paper but sadly their relationship didn't last long outside the villa, with the pair splitting a few months after their victory. Amber, who is now starring in West End show 9 To 5: The Musical , has revealed that their break-up was a very painful time for her, adding that they don't even speak to each other anymore. But I always wish him well. And Amber says that the media scrutiny around their relationship added to her difficulty in getting over the split, as she was constantly reminded of Kem. So I just had constant reminders that I was heartbroken.
Despite having won the third series of the hit reality show, Kem worries he would struggle to deal with the pressure of series five. By Kimberley Bond. A revamp of a much maligned ITV celebrity dating show of the noughties, the first series of the civilian Love Island opened to a fairly small audience and much critical derision in Fast-forward four years, however, and the reality show in which a selection of perfectly preened singletons crack on and mug off in a Majorcan villa is now a cultural phenomenon. While the second run proved more popular than its debut, it was the third series of Love Island that saw the show go stratospheric, making an overnight star of Love Island winner Kem Cetinay thanks to his tumultuous relationship with Amber Davies the pair split just six months later and bromance with Chris Hughes.
THEY threw themselves and their relationship into the spotlight following their win on last year's Love Island, but Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay's relationship didn't last. Despite the telly lovebirds bagging the show's top prize and celebrating their relationship in magazine and newspapers, the couple went from wedding planning to splitsville. The reality TV couple, who had been dating since meeting on Love Island this summer, announced their short-lived relationship was over in December Releasing a statement shortly after the news broke, Amber and Kem released a statement confirming the news. Our schedules made it difficult. The couple previously spoke at length about their marriage plans, saying they were planning to have three weddings.
Kem Cetinay and Amber Davis were crowned the King and Queen of Love Island after the nation fell head over heels for their ever-so-dysfunctional yet unstoppable romance. The couple's fiery relationship throughout the series meant they were constantly going at it — be it in the bedroom or in an explosive row. Yet, somehow, they always managed to defy the odds and come out stronger, which is why fans were shocked at the news of their parting ways just five months after they left the villa. So why did Kem and Amber breakup after captivating us with their on-screen chemistry? In a joint statement released in December and reported in The Sun , the couple revealed that they would be going their separate ways despite talking weddings and babies to OK! Our schedules made it difficult.
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