Love Island’s Amy and Amber avoid each other at concert amid feud rumours

Rumours of a mounting feud between Love Island stars Amber Gill and Amy Hart have ramped up a gear after the pair appeared to snub each other at an Ariana Grande concert.

The ladies both bagged VIP tickets to see the Sweetener hitmaker perform in London but opted to stay apart during the show.

21-year-old Amber was seen enjoying a low-key night out as she partied with co-star and villa bestie Yewande Biala and a group of mates.

While Amy, 26, sat apart from the duo and instead opted to stick with the team from online clothing brand In The Style.

Posting from the brand's official Instagram site Amy was seen mouthing along to some of Ariana's biggest hits and dancing away.

"Always bringing the theatrical flair darling," she commented.

Irish star Yewande then commented with two flame emojis on Amy's pics.

The outing came just hours after Amy was quizzed by fans on why she doesn't hang out with her co-stars.

Since the ITV2 dating show ended this month, many of the Islanders have been spotted doing club PAs, radio interviews and even trips abroad in each others company.

During a recent social media Q&A one fan seized the chance to ask Amy why she was always excluded from the trips.

Amy explained the real reason was purely geographical.

She told her Instagram followers: "Because I live in Worthing, so if I'm in London I'm working and if I have time off I'm in Worthing," she said.

"I love them all dearly and I can't wait to see them all. We're all so busy."

There have been rumours of a rift between Amy and series winner Amber after some of the finalists bagged lucrative roles on ITV daytime shows.

Amber landed a presenting spot on Loose Women that Amy had previously called her 'dream job.'

Then at a house party this month Amy noticeably didn't ask any of her fellow islanders to join her.

Showing her social media fans who she had invited, Amy cryptically said: "The criteria for today’s invitation list was as follows – nice to me before the villa, supportive whilst I was in the villa, and nice to me when I came out of the villa.

"A lot of people that have been in my life for a long time didn’t actually meet that criteria… Which is really sad but I am so grateful that I have all of you."

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