Laura has admitted to walking out of Love Island three times during the season

Wait, WHAT?

Wait, WHAT?

Love Island 2018 is officially over - and we're already feeling lost as to how we're going to fill our evenings.

With the final four couples returning to UK soil, secrets and hidden details from the ITV2 show have been emerging thick and fast.

The latest Islander to divulge secrets about the show is OG islander, Laura Anderson, who became a public favourite early on, with the nation sympathising with Laura's persistent bad luck in love.

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There was Wes, then there was Jack and then there was Paul - who Laura left in a couple with.

Yes, Laura has had more of a trying journey that a lot of her fellow islanders, always remaining calm, collected and composed the morning after a dramatic dumping.

According to Laura however, this couldn't have been further from the truth, with the 29-year-old explaining in a recent interview that she had actually stormed out of the villa on several occasions, only to be brought back later, without anything being aired.


‘I walked out three times. They brought me back,’ Laura explained in an interview with The Sun, going on to explain that her biggest storm-out occurred after she was dumped by former partner Wes for fellow islander, Megan Barton Hanson.

‘The first time I walked out was when Wes pied me off,’ she explained. 'I didn’t sleep all night. I went to the beach most of the night and I smoked 24 cigarettes.’

She continued: ‘Loads of stuff happens and you’re just stuck there and you have to chat about it. I was just a bit overwhelmed. I was like, “I’ve had enough.”’

‘I’m glad I stayed,’ she went on. ‘Everyone has a wobbly, it’s like cabin fever.’

Thankfully everything ended well for Laura as she met Paul - let’s hope it’s third time lucky!

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