Fans of the hit ITV2 show were livid they were axed from the show so suddenly, and told them so at the John Wick 4 premiere.
Olivia Hawkins looked stunning in a silk pink gown with a thigh split as she cosied up to Maxwell Samuda at the do, has revealed she has already met his dad.
Maxwell, who looked dapper in a baby blue suit, and Olivia, were inseparable on the night as the caught up with Love Islanders past and present.
Speaking to The Sun at the Cineworld, Leicester Square event, Olivia said: “We are planning a holiday together. Somewhere romantic would be nice. When we flew back from the villa, we stopped over in Amsterdam, and thought, it would be nice to have a little holiday together. Just the two of us.”
Maxwell added: “We’ve been together pretty much since we left the villa, which has been great. We even went to Brighton to see family. So it would be nice to go away on a little romantic trip.”
Meanwhile Olivia and Maxwell have hinted there’s unfinished business in the villa after their shock exit.
Speaking to The Sun at the Cineworld, Leicester Square event, Olivia joked: “Yes, I did bring the fireworks.”
She teased: “Well, there’s the reunion show yet… ”
Olivia added: “It’s so funny people are saying the show is quieter now I’ve left. ”
Maxwell laughed: “Yes, everyone is saying it’s boring now. We did have the best time together though.”
Meanwhile Olivia has insisted she’s a good person after being in the eye of a storm of “toxic femininity” on Love Island.
in an exclusive with The Sun, she insisted the scenes where the girls were — in the words of viewers — “cruel and manipulative” to the boys in the name of “sisterhood”, a trend dubbed “toxic femininity”, were misleading.
She said: “It was never about the girls bashing the boys.
“I had many times when I was in tears that wasn’t shown on TV. There were real emotions.
“Maybe it was a case of big personalities clashing, it was so intense and arguments are inevitable when we were in a confined space together 24 hours a day.”
“But it was definitely not a case of toxic femininity.
“When people meet me they will see the real me, I’m definitely not a villain.”