Amber Gill snubs Brad McClelland at event following Rachel Finni Instagram row
Amber Gill's latest TikTok video has prompted followers into thinking she "snubbed" Brad McClelland, 26, at Soccer Aid.
The Love Island 2019 winner, 24, attended the charity football match for Unicef, where she filmed a video for her TikTok account.
Addressing the camera, Amber made a joke about England captain for the evening, singer Liam Payne, 28.
She said: "So we're just at soccer aid and Liam Payne's here.
"Lets hope he doesn't do a hand ball – cause there's a high likelihood that he'll never use those hands again!"
While the replies to her video commented on the cleverness of her joke, others were quick to point out Love Island 2021 contestant Brad, sitting behind her.
One wrote: "Brad being in the back (crying face emoji)."
Another pointed out: "Brad in the back, looking happy as Larry (crying laughing face)."
Amber then commented: "Yes there are lots of people behind me (heart smiley face)."
Someone else said: "No one noticing Brad form Love Island 2021 in the back?!??!"
To which Amber replied: "We don't talk about Brad no no no."
It comes after Brad made comments about fellow Love Island 2021 contestant Rachel Finni while on Instagram live.
Brad had been taking part in a Q&A session with some other previous Islanders, when he read out a message from a fan which said: “Rachel, not a bombshell.”
Brad had been coupled up with Rachel for a short time on the show.
He responded to the question with laughter and confirmed he “wasn’t into her”.
After receiving a slew of complaints, Brad then issued an apology to Rachel, who deemed it insincere and that it was only made so he could avoid being cancelled.
Rachel spoke about the experience in an exclusive with the Daily Star, saying: “I’m over it. I said what I said, they said what they said. We all know what everyone’s true feelings about the situation are. Everyone’s shown their true colours."
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