Tyla Carr thinks the ghost of her dead granddad threw plastic in Jonny Mitchell's face.
The "Love Island" star is convinced her late relative - who sadly passed away just before she entered the famous villa over the summer - was trying to warn her off the handsome star by giving her a subtle sign while they were talking over crisps in the house.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the 23-year-old beauty said: "I did have this moment in "Love Island" when I was talking to Jonny Mitchell about Camilla Thurlow. And my granddad always said he'd give a sign if he didn't like something or someone.
"So all of a sudden, I'm eating crisps with the hummus dip and on the hummus dip there was this clear plastic thing that fell off and I put it on the side of the bed and as we're talking, he said something like wanting to go on a date with me.
"And I went: "Oh well, you never know, things change like the wind." And suddenly the wind blew this plastic thing straight in his face.
"My granddad was giving him a massive slap in the face."
Despite her granddad's warning, the brunette beauty still struck up a brief romance with Jonny but then bedded "Muggy" Mike Thalassitis 24 hours after the hunk left the villa.
Prior to entering the house, Tyla promised her granddad that she'd be a "good girl."
She said: "Before I went in there, he [her granddad] passed away and he gave me the best of luck and I promised I'd be a good girl.
"The day before he passed away I said to him: "I'm not going to do it if you're still ill." And he said: "No matter what, you better go on this show. I'm really proud of you and whether I'm there or not, I'm with you every step of them." "