The hunk entered the Love Island villa as a late arrival last year, but he soon grew close with his co-stars.
Although he bagged a relationship in the villa with Laura Crane, his close friendship with Wes Nelson and Josh Denzel is the one that remained strong.
Despite landing multiple solo projects, the trio have remained closer than ever — but unfortunately for the current cast, Jack doesn’t see that happening for anyone else.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, he said: “We’re very much together as a unit. My friendship with Josh and Wes is just natural, it evolved.
“I think the friendship us boys had in Love Island was very unique”
“Josh lives 20 minutes from me, Wes has to be in London for work — we’re always close to each other.”
Explaining that they talk on a daily basis, he spilled on whether he thinks anyone else will be able to enjoy the same level of friendship.
He said: “I think the friendship us boys had in Love Island was very unique.
“The banter we had was just different compared to what they’ve got on the show.
“I think it’ll be difficult for any Islander to have that kind of chemistry that me and the boys had.”
Despite his late arrival, Jack became incredibly close with his co-stars.
While all the couples from the 2018 series broke up, some of the friendships are stronger than ever.
However, despite Jack’s thoughts, it seems the friendships on the show appear to be a favourite aspect for many viewers.
Although it’s only two weeks in, the groups are getting stronger and stronger — and their relationships are blossoming.
Jack could have guessed right about their friendships, but only time will tell.
Love Island continues weekdays on ITV2 at 9pm.
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