Olivia Attwood reveals fiancé Bradley Dack showed up the night BEFORE she left ...

She soared to fame on the 2017 series of the ITV2 dating series where she had a tumultuous romance with ex Chris Hughes.

And Olivia Attwood has revealed that her now fiancé Bradley Dack showed up at her flat the night before she left for Love Island.

Talking on PrettyLittleThing's Behind Closed Doors podcast, the former TOWIE star, 29, admitted that she joined the ITV2 dating show as her on-off footballer partner, 26, didn't want to 'commit'.

Revelation: Olivia Attwood has revealed that her now fiancé Bradley Dack showed up at her flat the night before she left for Love Island

Revelation: Olivia Attwood has revealed that her now fiancé Bradley Dack showed up at her flat the night before she left for Love Island

Olivia divulged: 'I don't know if I've actually told anyone this before, so this is a full exclusive! I told him, 'I said this is what's happening' and he was just silent on the phone and I was like, ''You didn't wanna commit or whatever so this is what it is.'' 

'Anyway I flew back from Germany and I literally had a few days to pack, my best friend was coming to my house and was helping me pack and I was getting picked up by a chaperone from the show at 5am in the morning.

'He [Bradley] turned up at my flat at midnight the night before I left. He'd had like a penny drop moment.' 

Talking about her experience on Love Island, Olivia said that she found the show 'therapeutic' and she was 'unapologetically myself'. 

Love story: Talking on PrettyLittleThing's Behind Closed Doors podcast, the former TOWIE star, 29, admitted that she joined the ITV2 dating show as her on-off footballer partner, 26, didn't want to 'commit'

Love story: Talking on PrettyLittleThing's Behind Closed Doors podcast, the former TOWIE star, 29, admitted that she joined the ITV2 dating show as her on-off footballer partner, 26, didn't want to 'commit'

She continued: 'What I found from doing Love Island weirdly, because ultimately you'd think it would have the opposite effect.

'I think, previous to that I'd always used all my relationships and the men in my life like a crutch so I felt beautiful when they told me I was beautiful, I thought I was funny when they told me I was funny.

'What Love Island taught me is that I don't need to be someone else to tell me that, I just need to like myself and be confident in who I am and that's enough. On Love Island I was so unfiltered, I was unapologetically myself.'

She added: 'For the first time I think in ages in a weird way, because you think being on national TV it would have the opposite effect but weirdly I just kind of was in the villa with no outside influence.'

Love Island: Olivia divulged: 'I don't know if I've actually told anyone this before, so this is a full exclusive! I told him, 'I said this is what's happening' and he was just silent on the phone and I was like, ''You didn't wanna commit or whatever so this is what it is.'''

Love Island: Olivia divulged: 'I don't know if I've actually told anyone this before, so this is a full exclusive! I told him, 'I said this is what's happening' and he was just silent on the phone and I was like, ''You didn't wanna commit or whatever so this is what it is.'''

Listing examples, she said: 'No one to guide me or tell me ''don't do that, don't say that'' not having an ex-boyfriend shush you – I was just a law into myself and sometimes to my own detriment, but

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