DUMPED Love Island star Will Young has revealed a heartbreaking unseen moment from the show that was cut after Casa Amor.
The loved-up pair are the latest couple to have been booted off the show after being voted least compatible by their co-stars.
And after exiting the villa, they opened up on their Love Island experience in a chat with Maya Jama on Aftersun.
Farmer Will, 23, addressed his time on the show after Casa Amor when Jessie came back only to find out he hadn’t been loyal.
Casa bombshell Layla, 28, hit the headlines when she instantly connected with Will during the infamous Casa Amor week, despite him being loved up with Jessie.
The pair appeared inseparable as they snogged and shared a bed – but just a day later Will ended it all and admitted regret.
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Discussing the aftermath Will shared something viewers hadn’t seen, as he said: “I don’t know if you guys saw it but I sat down in the shower crying.
“I was in a mess, honestly I was in a mess.”
Maya quipped: “Well we didn’t see that bit but thank you for sharing.”
Things appear to be going from strength to strength between the couple now though, with Will even touching on wedding plans.
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On the topic of marriage, Will mentioned very bizarre ring bearers, as he said: “Having animals at the wedding would be a beautiful, beautiful thing. The two pigs walking down the aisle with the rings, spreading love.
“I think it would be a beautiful little thing to be honest. My dog RuPaul gets way too excited, she’d be running around trying to get tickles.”
Will also opened up on whether he’d make the move to Australia, which is where Jessie is from and lives.
He said: “I think it’s very fair to say I would go to Australia. A relationship is a two-way thing.
“It would be unfair for me to rely on Jessie moving here 100%. Australia has always been a place I’d like to go to and travel.”
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