Tyne-Lexy Clarson has spoken out after being evicted from Love Island 2017 tonight.
It was Tyne-Lexy who left Love Island tonight in the latest recoupling of the series.
The guys had the power this week as they chose which girl to couple up with and Tyne-Lexy was left single.
She left the villa in this evening's episode and admitted: "It all felt quite surreal.
"I'm sad but I'm trying to have a positive outlook on it and obviously I've been given a great opportunity and experience being in there for a full week and I've left with some great friendships.
"Even though I didn't find love in there I've definitely come away with good friendships for life and I think the best is yet to come in the future."
Tyne-Lexy, who says she'd have picked Jonny or Mike if the girls had the choice, went on to suggest some couples are playing games.
"I would say Jess and Dom [are playing a game] probably and then I would say Chris as well, Chris and Liv," she said. " Jess and Dom. From how I feel, they're working in the villa because they kind of take the mummy and daddy role and they kind of like that kind of status in there but in the outside world I don't think . . . I think they'd clash massively.
"Oh and Chris, I don't know . . . Chris was the main one for me that was playing a game out of everyone just from the way he was acting in there.
"But obviously it is a game and you cant really judge it by who's playing a game and who isn't because obviously everyone actually is playing the game but no he came across a bit . . . "
Tyne-Lexy continued to say she had no regrets about her time on the show.
She explained: "I went in there to try my hardest to stay true to myself and keep my head screwed on the right way which is kind of hard when you're in there. Everything's really intense, there's a lot of dramas.
"I don't think I let my self down really when I was in there. I stayed true to myself , I didn't sway off the path at all so I wouldn't change anything.
"I think its just unfortunate that the guys that were in there, I tried my best with the ones that I was attracted to but unfortunately timings just weren't on my side."
Love Island 2017 continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2.