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No regrets Irish Love Island bombshells break silence about lack of air time in Casa Amor

Fans were confused at the Irish beauties' lack of screen time after they barely featured in any episodes.

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Salma Naran

Salma Naran

Salma Naran

Irish Love Island bombshells Salma Naran and Kaila Troy have broken their silence on their lack of airtime in Casa Amor.

The Dubliners were part of a group of six girls who entered the show last week, staying with the boys at the infamous Casa Amor villa.

But fans were confused at the Irish beauties' lack of screen time after they barely featured in any episodes.

Taking to Instagram for the first time since the dramatic recoupling on Friday night that saw her dumped from the villa, Salma (20) said: “Hi guys! Ya girl's fresh home!

“Firstly I would like to thank everyone dearly for the overwhelming support, I’m so grateful. I would also like to thank ITV for such an amazing experience.”

“I know a lot of you guys are really upset I didn’t get enough airtime, which I do appreciate, but let’s all please refrain from being nasty to production.”

The model continued: “I had so much fun in the villa, was 100% myself.

“As you must have guessed the boys weren’t interested on a romantic level, there’s nothing I could do about that and I’m not the one to force things but I honestly had the best laughs with them and the girls too.

“My Love Island experience was amazing, I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Again, thank you so much for supporting me.”

Meanwhile, Kaila (28), a DJ from Malahide, thanked viewers for their support during her short-lived time on the show.

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Kaila Troy

Kaila Troy

Kaila Troy

She posted a quick message of thanks on Instagram, writing: “I’m back home Ireland. Love Island 2021 was an experience.

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“Thank you everyone for all the kind messages and support.

“To have my hometown root for me so much, means the world to me.

“Coming from a small town in Malahide, Dublin, Ireland. You must always dream big. Go after everything you want in life and be fearless.

“My goal has always been to motivate girls and boys where I’m from.

“You can do anything you want! No dream is too big ever.”

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