Curtis Pritchard has revealed he's never watched back his series of Love Island, which showed his painful breakup from Amy Hart.
The reality star, 24, admitted he isn't at all tempted to binge watch the show while isolating at his family home in Cheshire, telling MailOnline: 'I'm going to leave my series to my imagination.'
Dancer Curtis was reflecting on his breakthrough TV appearance while launching his Dress Up, Dance, Donate initiative with brother AJ, 25, to raise money for the NHS.
'I'm going to leave my series to my imagination': Curtis Pritchard has revealed he's never watched back his series of Love Island, which showed his painful breakup from Amy Hart
In a exclusive interview with MailOnline, the Love Island star said: 'I'm never going to watch my series.
'I did watch the winter series of Love Island. I've never been an avid Love Island watcher; I've never watched it.
'But I did watch the winter one, the reason being just in case I had to go on After Sun and I didn't.
'Love Island was incredible though, truly life changing. I am where I am today because one the hard work and that show did help me out a lot so I'm very grateful for it.'
Tough: Amy Hart was left brokenhearted and quit the show to escape watching Curtis and Maura Higgins as their relationship blossomed in the villa
During his time on Love Island, Curtis romanced former air stewardess Amy before dumping her to pursue his feelings for now ex-girlfriend Maura Higgins, 29.
Amy, 28, was left brokenhearted and quit the show to escape watching Curtis and Maura as their relationship blossomed in the villa.
Curtis and his brother AJ, who announced last week he's quit Strictly Come Dancing, have teamed up to raise money for the NHS as part of a new fundraiser called Dress Up, Dance, Donate.
The pair are on a mission to 'get everybody smiling, laughing and dancing' as they teach the nation a simple routine this week ahead of a live performance on Sunday.
On a mission: Curtis was reflecting on his breakthrough TV appearance while launching his Dress Up, Dance, Donate initiative with brother AJ to raise money for the NHS
Good cause: Curtis and AJ are on a mission to 'get everybody smiling, laughing and dancing' with the new initiative that will see them teach the nation a simple dance routine
Speaking together about the initiative, Curtis said: 'A lot of people are going to be spending more time on their bum at the moment due to being at home and unable to go anywhere.
'We thought lets get everybody dancing and doing the thing we love.
'So we've created a short, easy to learn dance, it will be three to four videos and then we will have the final video of the dance and it's all about fancy dress.
'Dress Up, Dance and Donate, we want people to donate as much money as possible to the NHS and we want the kids to dress up.
'Whatever you've got at home, whether it be bin bags or toilet paper or your favourite superhero, anything in your house that you can create a fancy dress, do it.'
Pros: The dancing duo want the country to dress up in any way they can from bin bags to toilet paper as they learn the routine ahead of a live performance on Sunday at 6pm
The duo have called for the country to join them on Instagram to learn the routine as they rehearse for a final performance that will take place live this Sunday at 6pm.
Curtis continued: 'We want everyone to dance it together on April 5, which is this Sunday.