Love Island drama as Casa Amor ‘rejects’ snub original stars from WhatsApp group

Love Island 's 2020 finalists have been excluded from the Casa Amor "rejects" WhatsApp group, according to contestant Biggs Chris.

Biggs made his first appearance in Casa Amor and had a brief fling with Rebecca Gormley before he was voted out of the show.

As the finalists have been busy arriving home in recent days, it seems the drama is still rumbling on between the stars with Biggs admitted the "rejects" have formed their own group chat, away from the original cast.

He opened up about the divide between the reality stars, as the dumped Islanders formed a bond when leaving the Cape Town villa.

"The Casa Amor boys are really tight," he told The Sun .

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He added: "Everyone who joined Casa Amor is in a WhatsApp group, 'the Casa rejects'. None of the originals are in there."

The car body repair specialist-turned-reality-star claimed there's a "split" between the Casa Amor group and the original stars, which has clearly set the boundaries.

Although Biggs didn't manage to find love in the villa, the star has confirmed things are now official between him and Rebecca – after their first date at a kebab shop in North London.

The pair tucked into doner kebab and chips and shared snaps of each other with their food, posing for Instagram .

Clearly enjoying her kebab, Rebecca wrote: "Just had my first @germandonerkebabuk & it was absolutely naughty! I will definitely be going #kebabsdoneright#ad ".

He posted a similar snap, grinning with his "cheat meal" as they enjoyed a date at the kebab shop.

In the villa, Rebecca had opted to couple up with new boy Jordan instead of Biggs.

But the romance was shortlived with the Geordie stunner admitting she couldn't see things going any further between them when they were dumped from the show.

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