Love Island 2019: Jordan has 'no regrets' after being booted from villa after Anna row

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Jordan Hames says he has no regrets over his time on Love Island 2019.

Jordan was one of FOUR islanders dumped in last night's Love Island results as two couples were sent packing.

Following a viewer vote, Jordan & Anna Vakili plus Harley Brash & Chris Taylor left the villa.

Breaking his silence after leaving, Jordan said today: "It was a mad experience! I went in with open eyes and met some unreal friends. I had the full Love Island experience. I met a girl that I liked. I feel like in there, it’s such an intense environment, it’s like you’re in a gold-fish bowl.

"Me and Anna got on really well, she’s a beautiful girl. She’s got a lot of things I love in a girl but when someone else came in, it made me sit back and think that I could have something missing with Anna. To sum up the experience, it was unreal and I was lucky to have the opportunity. I feel thankful!"

However the exits followed a massive row between Jordan and Anna after he revealed feelings for India.

Despite the argument, Jordan declared about his time on the show: "I have zero regrets whatsoever. Ever since I walked into the villa, I was attracted to Anna from the start and throughout the whole process and when I made her my girlfriend, it was because all the signs were there for me to make her my girlfriend.

"I’ve still got feelings for her, she’s a great girl and she is beautiful. I just had this feeling which made me sit back and think something was missing, I just felt like I had to voice it. Everything I have done has been based on the way I was feeling. In that environment, your emotions can change quite quickly."

He continued: "I think Anna is a great girl. She’s beautiful. She’s got a lot of the things I do look for in a girl. I do think that because I was bouncing off India in the last couple of days, it made me realise there could be something that me and Anna were lacking.

"When the whole thing blew up last night, it did raise a few red flags with me with the way things escalated. I like to sit down calmly and find out what the problem is. I do admit that I didn’t go about things in the right way, but I feel like I don’t want to get in heated arguments because that’s not me."

And Jordan added: "I don’t feel like I made any mistakes.

"Before I went into the villa, Anna was one of the girls I had my eye on and we hit it off straight away. We had our little blip with Casa Amor. When the new girls came in, I felt like I didn’t have anything as good with those girls as what me and Anna did, so I stayed true to myself.

"When India came in, it did surprise me a bit so I voiced my opinion. I didn’t go about it in the right way but everything I’ve done has been because of what I’ve been feeling. No regrets whatsoever."

Love Island 2019 continues nightly on ITV2.

The final airs on Monday, July 29.

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