Kendall Rae-Knight has fuelled speculation she could hook up with last year's "Love Island" winner Kem Cetinay after admitting he is her "type".
The former "Love Island" star became the first person to be dumped from the villa this year when Adam Collard ditched her in favour of newcomer Rosie Williams last week, but things could be on the up for the 26-year-old shoe shop worker after Kem flirted up a storm with her on "Love Island: Aftersun" last night (10.06.18).
Speaking about Kem, she said: "We had a little chat. He's lovely, he's so nice. He is my type ... yeah."
When asked if she exchanged numbers with Kem, Kendall looked awkward before replying: "No ... he sent me a couple of pictures we had together."
On "Aftersun", Kem described Kendall as "beautiful", and admitted he would have coupled up with the brunette stunner had he been on this year's "Love Island".
The potential romantic interest comes after Kendall was cruelly dumped by Adam on last week's "Love Island" only for him to share a smooch with Rosie just minutes later.
On Friday night's show (08.06.18), Adam confirmed he had chosen Rosie's affections over Kendall by recoupling with her, meaning Kendall had to exit the villa.
Kendall was keen to take things slow in the villa, and has now admitted she felt "alarm bells" when Adam wanted to kiss her.
Speaking on ITV's "This Morning", she said: "Something was telling me in my gut, just don't. I think he said to me, "Oh you're not kissing me because you think I'm going to kiss another girl tonight," and that just rang alarm bells a little bit."
Olivia Attwood, who starred in last year's "Love Island", blasted Adam as "tasteless" for the way he ditched Kendall only to hook up with Rosie minutes later.
She said: "It was a bit tasteless how he did it."
Speaking to Kendall, she added: "You made the choice to stick by your morals and in there that is quite admirable."
Kendall admitted she would be up for returning to "Love Island", but wouldn't do so "for the sake of it" because she wouldn't want to take someone else's place if she didn't have a potential suitor in the villa.
She said: "I'd have to go in for the right reasons. If there was somebody in there that I was interested in then I would go back in for that reason.
"I wouldn't just go back in just for the sake of it, because I was going in it to find somebody.
"I wouldn't just go back in for the sake of it and take somebody's place."