Celebs Go Dating’s Liam Reardon makes heartbreaking confession about Love Island ex Millie Court | The Sun
LIAM Reardon was "nervous" to reveal his softer side on Celebs Go Dating as he bravely opened up about his heartbreak.
The 23-year-old Welshman was revealed as a late addition to the agency last night.
In a candid interview with The Sun, Liam confessed he's still not over his Love Island ex Millie Court.
The couple – who won ITV2's reality show last year – announced their break-up in July.
"I wasn’t planning on talking about it because I felt vulnerable," Liam told us.
"When I first came on Celebs Go Dating I was still hurt and I’m still dealing with it now.
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"Since doing the show I’ve learnt how to put it to one side and focus on myself."
Despite no longer being together, Liam discussed going on Celebs Go Dating with Millie – who encouraged him to go for it.
He's expected to reveal all about their split in the agency throughout the series, but admits it wasn't an easy process.
He added: "I wasn't going to do the show, I was in two minds about it.
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"I sat Millie down to tell her I was going on and she told me to do it.
"We’ve got a respectful relationship. We’re still friends, we still talk. I still care about her. I’m still her biggest fan.
"I didn't think I was ready to move forward, but it's helped me to be in a dating environment.
"It was hard and took some realisation. Anna and Paul saw that right from the beginning. It was a bit of a shock for me, I was sweating. I was very nervous.
"I wouldn’t say I’ve moved on but I’ve moved forward with myself.
"I had a great time and regret nothing. I enjoyed every minute."
Last night, Liam began to open up to dating agents Anna Williamson and Paul Carrick Brunson.
He said he found it "difficult" post-Love Island after moving from Wales where he was working as a bricklayer.
Liam admitted struggling to balance his career and relationship after a "rollercoaster" year.
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He instigated their break-up after being "unable to love himself".
But Liam insists "never say never" about getting back together.
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