Love Island sweethearts Zara McDermott and Adam Collard have been inseparable since they left the villa and now they’ve jetted to Dublin together.
Adam went straight to his new beau’s home when he left the villa and admitted to Goss.ie that he’s pretty much moved in with her family since.
The couple is in town to celebrate 3e airing Love Island Australia.
Fans of the show are in for a treat as now they can enjoy two hours of Island shenanigans every night, with the launch of Love Island Australia, which will air directly after Love Island UK.
The couple looked loved-up as they dashed around Dublin attending various media events.
They spilled secrets about their fellow contestants, who they said were all “minging” apart from themselves and Dani.
Their comments were in relation to the mess the rest of the contestants left around the villa, such as melted ice cream on counter tops, while they did a disproportionate amount of the cleaning up.
Fans will get to watch two hours of Love Island back to back, for one week only, as 12 brand new singletons enter the Love Island Australia villa all looking for love.
2FM’s Eoghan McDermott will be injecting Irish charm into the series serving as the voiceover guy for of the dramatic down under version of the show.
Expect tears, tantrums, titillating conversation and a lot more bad language than their British counterparts spewed, as Love Island Australia goes to air.
The couple attended a preview screening of the first episode in Odeon this afternoon where they answered questions about their own experiences on the show, before rushing off to TodayFM.
Adam revealed that he wished more of his fight with Rosie was aired as he claimed people would have viewed him differently if they saw the whole thing.
They were all smiles as they posed with guests after a fiery first episode of the Australian edition of the show.
Love Island Australia airs exclusively on 3e from Monday 23rd July at 10.05pm.
Love Island UK airs Sunday to Friday on 3e at 9pm.
Fans will be lost after the Live Finale airs on Monday 30th July, 2018 at 9pm, but the Australian show should save us from having to go cold turkey from our addiction to the reality TV show.