Love Island's Amber Gill may have been left heartbroken and emotional by Greg O'Shea's savage dumping by text – but she's already moving on, if her appearance at last night's TV Choice Awards is anything to go by.
The winner of the ITV show seemed emotional on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony when quizzed about the end of her five-week relationship, but by the end of the boozy night, she was spotted looking very cosy with another star.
Amber cuddled up with Malique Thompson-Dwyer at the after-party, and the pair seemed to be getting along very well as they laughed and joked with each other.
Malique had his arm around her as they sat in their own little bubble away from the other stars.
Wearing a one-shouldered multi-coloured metallic dress with a thigh-high slash, Amber looked radiant as she giggled in a sofa next to the I'm A Celebrity hunk.
An eyewitness told Mirror Online: "Amber and Malique were clearly flirting with each other – there was loads of eye contact between them.
"They looked like a great match and even got out their phones as if they were swapping numbers.
"At one point they seemed to be close to kissing, before Jamie Lomas interrupted and started talking to his co-star. Amber looked annoyed when another girl came over and took Malique's attention off her."
The pair didn't leave together, but Amber was seen putting on a brave face when she left the Hilton Park Lane hotel at the end of the night.
She then climbed in the back of a car and her face dropped as she took out her phone and looked at the screen.
Clutching her mobile with both hands, Amber looked down at the screen with her mouth open. as though she'd just received some bad news.
Earlier in the day, the former beauty therapist had appeared on Loose Women to discuss the breakdown of her romance with Irish hunk Greg.
Explaining what really happened, Amber said: "So from my point of view I still wanted to make it work. There was a call a few days prior just chatting, not specifically to do with that.
"I think there was a bit of miscommunication but I think if you don't want to be with someone you don't want to be with someone.
"Basically all I wanted was a bit of effort from him to come to London or Newcastle to see me. I said I'm going to have to give up if you don't put the effort in.
"And he said 'okay bye'. I was expecting it to be a bit different."
Amber added: "He's a lovely guy but I'm not sure what’s going to happen in the future really. It's a bit of an odd situation.
"The Islanders in from the beginning were naive to people going in later on and what people's perceptions were and what were being said. I didn't really think of that at the time."
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