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Over at Casa Amor, Jack had actually professed his love for Dani, and slept outside so he wouldn't have to share a bed with anyone.
Viewers were furious at the turn of events, accusing bosses of misleading Dani and causing her distress.
A whopping 2,525 people even contacted media regulator Ofcom, making it the most complained about television broadcast in two years.
Now, after she and Jack won Love Island on Monday, Dani has had her say on the incident.
In an interview with The Sun, Dani defended the show, suggesting such drama is necessary to keep viewers hooked.
"Oh listen, they’ve got to make a TV show. If I weren’t crying the viewers would drop," she said.
“Yeah it was hard, it was a test for me and Jack. But we got back together.
"We had the up, we had the down — and now we’re up."
Despite the uproar, Ofcom later rejected the complaints, ruling that they didn't warrant an investigation.
Elsewhere, Dani and Jack claim that they want to marry within the next year.