Amy Hart brands Love Island experience ‘horrendous’ after being left heartbroken by Curtis Pritchard

Amy Hart claimed her time on Love Island was “horrendous” as she opened up on her failed romance with Curtis Pritchard.

The TV star, who is looking for love Celebs Go Dating, didn’t have kind words for her experience in the villa with Curtis, who dumped her before moving on with Maura Higgins.

On Monday’s episode of the E4 show, Amy, 26, opens up on single life with fellow islander Francesca Allen, who also hoped to win over Curtis on the show last year.

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"We weren't in the villa at the same time, but we did have a shared villa experience because we both coupled up with Curtis,” Francesca explained.

"I wasted a lot more of my time than you did".

Amy then joked: “Maybe if I had of been single, I would have had a better experience!”

The blonde beauty added that she’s on the look-out for love again, despite being left heartbroken on the island.

"After Love Island was such a horrendous experience for me, I didn't want to take again for a good while,” she explained.

"But I feel like I'm ready to date again now, and to meet people".

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It comes after Amy revealed her struggles with anxiety, revealing she's seeking the help of a psychiatrist to overcome it.

Last week, Amy told her 1.3 million followers that she had shed "lots of tears," and explained that her "jaw is hurting from all the stress". And, the Celebs Go Dating star has since told us that everything got a "bit much" for her in a brave chat.

She explained: "Lots happened in that week and I just – everything just got a bit much and it all came back to my anxiety and it effected my food and my eating and stuff."

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But, when she realised it was having a big impact on her mental wellbeing, she decided to seek professional help.

Amy said: "I spoke to my psychiatrist, because I had appointments here and there and spoke to my Celebs Go Dating psychiatrist as well for a post-series chat.

"But I thought: ‘you know, actually I might need to take control of the situation’. So we booked sessions for the next four weeks.

"I need to be going every week because otherwise I’ll get into the same situation I was in last week."

Discussing what she hopes will happen during the sessions, she said: "We’re going to really crack why I am the way I am and why I have so much anxiety."

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