He was called out for his behaviour by new boy Sam Bird on Thursday.
And it seems Love Island’s Adam Collard will finally apologise to Rosie Williams in scenes set to air on Friday night, after the hunk was the focus of fan vitriol for his treatment of the Welsh beauty.
It seems Adam will finally admit to Rosie that his behaviour was unacceptable, ahead of another tense re-coupling which will see a girl dumped from the villa.
Making amends: Love Island’s Adam Collard will finally apologise to Rosie Williams in Friday’s show, after the hunk was the focus of fan vitriol for his treatment of the Welsh beauty
After being called out by Sam for his treatment of Rosie, Adam decides to sit her down for a private chat where he apologises at last.
He says: ‘I think that obviously things with me and you haven’t really worked out the best. And I’m sorry. I am actually sorry if you felt that way. Whatever you felt, I’m sorry that I upset you. I don’t like seeing anyone cry.’
Rosie replies: ‘I appreciate that. Seeing you and Zara and the way you are, I just think, because obviously we were close and when we were good we were good, but I didn’t not try if you get me. It was a bit both ways. It takes two to make an effort.’
Patching things up: Adam will take Rosie to one side on Friday to apologise for his behaviour, after being called out by new boy Sam Bird
Honest: He told the Welsh beauty: ‘I know we’ve got our differences but I didn’t want to see you like that, I really didn’t. I just thought at the time it was probably best to give you space’
Adam appears to show genuine remorse for his actions towards Rosie, adding: ‘Well I’m sorry that you were upset, and it wasn’t nice seeing you upset. I know we’ve got our differences but I didn’t want to see you like that, I really didn’t. I just thought at the time it was probably best to give you space.’
Discussing his decision to make amends, Adam tells the Beach Hut: ‘I really do hope she gets whatever she wants to get out of the villa.
‘I really do because it’s not nice seeing someone upset and hopefully it’ll be a bit of a distraction as well as something real. Me and Zara have got something going on so hopefully she can too.’
The pair finally seem to call a truce after days of tension, with Adam seeming to show no remorse for hinting that he had feelings for Zara McDermott despite being coupled up with Rosie.
Fixing it: Adam was the focus of fan uproar after appearing to show an interest for Zara McDermott, despite being coupled up with Rosie
It’s OK: Rosie replied: ‘That’s all I wanted, was to be your friend. But I did want you to know that I did really like you and I did have feelings for you’
Moving forward: Rosie and Adam’s patching of their issues came ahead of another re-coupling, which will see one girl dumped from the villa
It devastated the brunette beauty who declared: ‘Go and enjoy the next bombshell that comes in because this one’s done.’
Bringing the chat to an end and hugging things out Rosie admitted: ‘That’s all I wanted, was to be your friend. But I did want you to know that I did really like you and I did have feelings for you.
‘It was never fake on my part anyway and I did want to see what would happen and obviously it hasn’t worked out. All I want is just to be friends with you so I’m glad you pulled me up. Thank you. Want to hug it out.’
Dramatic: Adam’s decision came after he was called out by new boy Sam upon his arrival, when he said: ‘I’m coming in here to find love and maybe teach Adam how to teach a lady right’
Adam was left seething on Thursday night’s show after Sam called him out for his behaviour after just minutes in the villa, saying: ‘I’m coming in here to find love and maybe teach Adam how to teach a lady right.’
But the musclebound hunk showed he wasn’t going to be pushed around by the newbie when he responded to him with a nasty remark.
Adam quipped: ‘Do you want me to teach you how to train at the same time?’
Could it be love? The villa’s villain vowed to get his revenge after the pair were at each other’s throats, with the newbie instantly winning the affections of Rosie