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Love Island's Sharon Gaffka has described how she believes the "chemistry" between AJ Bunker and Hugo Hammond is "one-sided" after she was dumped from the villa.
The 25 year old civil servant from Oxfordshire was sent home after new bombshell AJ, 28, chose PE teacher Hugo, 24, in the tense re-coupling on Sunday 18 July.
Sharon, who was in a friendship couple with Hugo, appeared on Love Island: Aftersun and revealed to Laura Whitmore that she "didn't see anything working" between the new couple.
She said: "I saw chemistry from AJ to Hugo but not necessarily reciprocated based on conversations that I have had with Hugo about their chats it felt like one-sided.
"Hugo has always been very open with me about his chats with AJ so I didn't see anything working there."
Speaking about the re-coupling, Sharon said: "AJ got the text saying she was going to pick. I knew that if she chose Hugo, I was going home. For me picking Hugo felt like an easy option for her.
"She wasn’t treading on toes or potentially causing an argument with the girls as much as it would have if she picked Liam, because me and Hugo were in a friendship couple."
Asked if Hugo and AJ are a good match, Sharon continued: "I’ve said to him [Hugo] on multiple occasions that he needs to be more open minded because your 100 per cent perfect girl may never walk through the door.
"I think he gave AJ that chance but I think there are qualities that Hugo really needs that aren’t there in AJ."
It comes as Jake Cornish coupled up with Liberty Poole, Liam Reardon chose Millie Court, Toby Aromolaran picked Chloe Burrows, Teddy Soares chose Faye Winter and Aaron Francis chose Kaz Kamwi.
Meanwhile Sharon revealed how she thinks Jake and Liberty will win the show.
She said: "From day one I said #Jiberty was going to win. Jake is a very attractive man and when he came down I was going to step forward but as soon as I saw him and I was standing next to Lib, I felt a completely different vibe between them two.
"I turned around to her and said ‘that’s going to be your man’ and I said ‘yeah, you’ll go all the way to the end.’ I said that from the first five minutes of meeting Jake.
"For everyone in the Villa, watching those two interact on a daily basis, it was a goal for everyone else to strive for. It was really nice to see Lib had found that."
Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox
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