LOVE Island winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea partied with fellow star Yewande Biala as she celebrated her birthday in London last night.
Snaps posted online showed the reality TV favourites sipping cocktails and smiling for the camera as they clinked glasses in a swanky bar.
Greg and Amber smiled for the camera as they celebrated Ywande’s birthday in London[/caption]
Yewande and Amber looked stunning as they posed for a sweet Instagram snap[/caption]
And Amber, 21, also reunited with her old telly flame Michael Griffiths – who savagely dumped her for Joanna Chimonides.
It’s believed to be the first time the former couple have met up since he branded her “childish” during the Villa’s most bitter row in the last series.
Amber went on to couple up with Irish rugby hunk Greg O’Shea – and the pair won the show and split the £50,000 prize pot.
Also at the swanky celebrations were fellow Islanders Anton Danyluk and Joe Garratt.
The Love Island stars posed for pics as they partied at a swanky London bar[/caption]
Amber stunned in a revealing white dress paired with a simple yet elegant black belt.
Boyfriend Greg, 24, looked dapper in a blue open-buttoned shirt with rolled up sleeves over a plain white T-shirt.
And birthday girl Yewande, who turned 22, work a chick little black dress for her celebrations.
The Dubliner gave fans an insight into the party with clips and snaps appearing on her Instagram.
Greg and Amber looked adorable as they smiled for a selfie[/caption]
Yewande sticks her tongue out in a cheeky Instagram snap[/caption]
In one video she is seen cuddling up to Amber and Greg, before the scientist pans the camera across to show Michael with Anton and Joe.
Michael, 27, has kept up his on-off relationship with Joanna since leaving Love Island – a match that Amber branded “weird” because of her history with him.
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After her win, she told Metro: “To be fair I didn’t see much of their relationship because I avoided watching it and how they were but Michael definitely tried to get back with me so that’s a bit weird.”
Amber was praised for snubbing Michael and picking Greg in the most epic recoupling moment in Love Island history.
And she chose rightly – with the pair going on to win the series with a whopping 48.82 per cent of the vote.
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