Jack Fincham voted leave in the EU referendum.
The "Love Island" winner - whose girlfriend Dani Dyer's father Danny Dyer infamously slammed former Prime Minister David Cameron over the vote - followed advice from his family when he decided to back the campaign for Britain to quit the European Union, but admitted he "doesn't really have an opinion" on the subject now.
Speaking on "Jeremy Vine" on Monday (26.11.18), he said: "The reason I voted out... it's one of those things where my whole family wanted me to vote out.
"We all went together to the polling station - my mum, my little brother and everything... and yeah I voted out - purely because my family did. But in terms of now, I don't really have an opinion on it."
With a deal to leave the EU currently not finalised, Jack admits there is a lot of "confusing" information around but he'd just like the political situation to be resolved sometime soon.
He said: "There are so many different opinions on it - everyone's got their own view and opinion on it - it's confusing.
"I just want everyone to stop arguing about it and for it all to be sorted out."
Jack's comments come following Danny's infamous rant on "Good Morning Britain", in which he slammed the former Prime Minister for "scuttling off" following the Brexit vote and claimed "no one" knew what they had actually voted for.
He said: "No one has got a f****** clue what Brexit is. No one knows what it is. It's like this mad riddle.
"What's happened to that t**t Cameron who brought it on?"
"Let's be fair. How come he can scuttle off? He called all this on. Where is he? He's in Europe, in Nice with his trotters up. Where is the geezer?"