GEMMA Owen has responded to claims she is back together with her former Love Island boyfriend Luca Bish.
The 19-year-old dressage rider – one of the stars of the ITV2 hit's previous series – answered claims they'd rekindled their romance in a video.
It came after a TikTok account wrote: "Gemma and Luca are back together! I now truly before if it was meant to be it will come back!"
However, Gemma – whose dad is football legend Michael Owen – made clear that it was neither meant to be nor had come back.
She replied firmly but politely: "Sorry… this is not true!”
Gemma and Luca, 23, were together for almost the entirety of last summer's Love Island but only became official after leaving.
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The fishmonger put on a huge display of affection with a poolside 'proposal' when he asked her to be his girlfriend and presented her with a £6,000 Cartier bracelet.
However, while all was well for a time with Luca joining in with the Owen family's lavish trip to Dubai, it seemed all did not go to plan.
They ended up splitting three months after the show with Gemma releasing a statement to her followers.
She said: "I wanted to let you know that Luca and I are no longer in a relationship. It wasn’t an easy decision but ultimately this is what is best for both of us right now."
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Gemma acknowledged the move was likely to disappoint some of the Love Island fans who had backed them.
She added: "Many of you have been on this journey with us from the beginning and I want to thank you for your continued support as a new chapter starts."
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