Love Island’s Hugo Hammond and Amy Day reunite with fellow dumped contestants

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Love Island's Hugo Hammond and Amy Day have put their fallout aside after the pair were spotted out with fellow ex-Islanders.

Hugo, 24, and Amy, 25, seemed to have buried their differences as they were out on the town in London on Friday 13 August with other ex-contestants including Sam Jackson, 23, Lucinda Strafford, 21, Lillie Haynes, 22, Brad McClelland, 26, Aaron Francis, 24,
AJ Bunker, 28, Chuggs Wallis, 24, Georgia Townend, 28, Mehdy Malanda, 24, and Danny Bibby, 25.

The former contestants were seen enjoying a meal together before going on to a club. Many took to their Instagram stories to share videos and pictures from their night.

Blonde beauty Lucinda shared a group snap at dinner and simply captioned it: “Love Island gang” followed by a white heart emoji.

Hugo and Amy appeared all smiles in the action-packed images and videos despite the issues they had after leaving the villa.

The pair reunited on Aftersun, shortly after leaving the villa, and insulted each other with the PE teacher claiming he was just her "green card to the villa".

The pair hit it off whilst in Casa Amor and Hugo quickly locked lips with the brunette beauty before telling his fellow Islanders "job done" in triumph.

However, things took a turn when they came back to the main villa together as Hugo believed she changed while Amy thought he was keeping his distance.

After receiving the fewest votes from the public, their co-stars then booted them out the villa.

During their exit interviews, Hugo said his quest to find love was "tragic", leaving Amy wide-eyed, while the actress, from Surrey, later called him "fake" and said she was "messed around" by the star.

Following the AfterSun fallout, Amy exclusively told OK! that she was willing to put the situation behind her and be civil with Hugo.

She said: "I got what I wanted to say. You can clearly see the passion behind what I was saying because, obviously, my emotions are still very, very new and I am just constantly confused by the whole situation."

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