Adam Collard ‘gutted’ about Paige and fumes about co-star getting cosy with her

Love Island's Adam Collard says he's completely off women following his recent breakup with Paige Thorne.

Talking exclusively to the Daily Star at the National Television Awards (NTAs), Adam shared how he was feeling about his relationship ending.

The Islander said: "Love life wise, I'm actually going to turn gay because it's easier than going out with women right now.

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"I'm stumped right now, but I'm fully single. I would go on Love Island every year if they put us in to be fair.

"I think they actually lost out last season because they actually put on someone I liked because I was meant to be in there as a 'jack in the box'.

"Am I gutted? Maybe part of us is gutted but part of us is like it's for the right reasons. I don't know ask us in a year."

Talking about the video of him seen getting cosy with a random blonde in McDonalds, he added: "She knows the truth but she knows deep down whether she answers that or not she knows I don't care what anyone says about it because Paige knows nothing happened.

"There's even proof of that after but anyways I think it definitely put a bit pf pressure that then had a domino effect."

Since the video went viral, Paige was seen cosying up to Casa Amor's Billy Brown at Ekin-Su's Oh Polly launch last week.

Adam scoffed: "Billy who? That doesn't really phase us to be fair he looks like a 12-year-old so I really don't think that he's going to be competition."

But what other TV shows would Adam like to do?

"Put us on I'm A Celeb, Celebs Go Dating, I'll go for anything, Love Island series three for me – let's do it."

Talking about the difference between his two Love Island appearances, he explained: "I feel like the boys in series eight, the boys weren't like the boys in series four, it's a lot more timid these days.

"Those boys weren't half of the drama as they were in series four; Jack Fincham, Josh Denzel, Wes Nelson, Sam Bird, all of those boys I love but they made the show a lot more.

"It's not any disrespect to the boys in series eight but it wasn't half the show as series four."

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