Love Island Australia's first ever winning couple Tayla Damir and Grant Crapp have called it quits two weeks after the show’s finale, which aired on July 5, and the fitness apparel brand owner has already found time to catch up with his former flame Cassidy McGill.
Talking to WHO on July 23, Crapp, 22, revealed he has been in contact with his former Love Island flame, McGill, 23, while out in Melbourne on July 21.
“Yeah I did see Cassidy ... I met up with [fellow housemate] Justin [Lacko] at The Publican in Melbourne. Just before I went out, I spoke to Cassidy on the phone. We had a little chat ... I wasn’t going to attend if she was angry. [She] looked really, really good! It was different seeing her outside of the villa.”
This comes after Damir, 21, wrote a lengthy Instagram post sharing the news that she and Crapp had ended their relationship. “It’s with great heartbreak that I inform everyone that Grant and I are no longer together,” she posted on July 19.
The radio star’s choice to leave Crapp came about after the electrician confessed he had a secret girlfriend while he was on the Nine Network dating show.
“Tayla mentioned she wanted to go our separate ways the night before that Instagram post went out,” Crapp tells WHO, confirming he was blindsided by the break-up.
“To me, I thought it was a normal little argument—I tried to work through things. She did say that she didn’t want to be with me and I just thought, ‘Look you go back to Perth, spend some time with family and I’m going to Melbourne—you know let’s think about it.’ But before I know it, I woke up to the announcement. It caught me by surprise when
it came out like that.”
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This article originally appeared on WHO.