Love Island's Sharon Gaffka has opened up about her time in the villa and revealed there was a conversation in which she opened up about her sexuality, but it wasn't aired to viewers.
The 25-year-old revealed that there was more to her conversation with Faye Winter regarding her bisexuality.
The dumped islander said this happened when she was having a candid chat with Faye after she revealed she had in fact enjoyed a number of three-way encounters in the past.
This revelation came out to air during a challenge on the ITV2 dating show which entertained viewers, but Sharon was confused as to why viewers didn't see the rest of the conversation.
The Department for Transport worker said that was "just the beginning" of an honest discussion about sex, sexuality and female confidence and says a much deeper conversation wasn't aired.
Sharon told Metro: "I had a conversation with Faye about it and she asked, 'Are you bisexual?' And I said, 'It's something I've explored but I've never been in a relationship with a woman.'"
The reality star revealed that she would also consider going back on Love Island for a special series devoted to contestants who identify outside the heterosexual, or straight, bracket.
She added: "A lot of the conversations I had about modern dating on the show were never aired, but I was very open about sexuality and being a mixed-race woman in modern dating."
While Love Island bosses have ruled out creating an LGBT+ series, government worker Sharon says she’d be up for starring in such a show.
When Sharon was shown on camera opening up about her sexuality during a Love Island challenge called Horny Devils, fans of the show went wild.
One viewer tweeted: "Sharon is bisexual! So glad there is someone representing the LGBTQ community,” while a second quipped: "Bisexual legend Sharon!!!"
Another fan wrote: "Sharon the bisexual smart icon we stan.”
Love Island bosses recently issued a statement regarding the likelihood of them ever producing an LGBTQ friendly show.
ITV commissioner Amanda Stavri said: “There’s a sort of logistical difficulty, because although Islanders don’t have to be 100% straight, the format must sort of give [the] Islanders an equal choice when coupling up.”
Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVHub
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