The model, who was booted from the Love Island villa earlier this month, now claims they are friends despite his underhand actions.
Speaking to Christine Lampard on Lorraine, Jordan said: “I feel like when you really like someone you suppress things.
“When India came in we got on well and I felt bad as I did just make Anna my girlfriend, but it made me realise things were missing.
“I think that the emotions were really raw at the time, it was quite aggressive.
“We have spoken off camera and we are civilised and I think we will be friends.”
Admitting he went about things in the wrong way, Jordan continued: “I went in there knowing I wanted to be the best version of myself.
“Every decision I have not thought about the game or the repercussions.
“I know I didn’t go right about it in the right way, I should have spoken to Anna first.
“It is an intense environment and it is like a goldfish bowl – it was a very confusing time for me.”
The Love Island final kicks off at 9pm on ITV2 and will see either Molly-Mae and Tommy, Maura and Curtis, Ovie and India or Amber and Greg take home £50,000.
However, speaking to Daily Star Online, ex islander Georgia Steel admitted she thinks the programme has been geared up for Molly and Tommy to win.
Georgia said: “To be honest I think they are getting 50% of the airtime, so I do think obviously they are going to win.
“It is a bit of a shame as the other guys aren’t getting much airtime… I feel like it is the Molly and Tommy show.”
“Of course they are going to win as the audience are invested in them more than anyone else as they are seeing them more.”
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