Married at First Sight Australia star Jessika Power has denied that she is hoping to try her hand at another dating-based reality show as she responded to rumours that she wants to appear on Love Island.
During an interview with MailOnline, Jessika, whose behaviour on MAFS Australia caused a stir as she embarked on an affair with fellow star Dan Webb behind their respective spouses' backs, said that she was "very open to these shows being able to work for your love life" and added: "I would be very open to coming over to the UK and doing a show like that".
She also said that she would "100 per cent" like to take part in the UK edition of Love Island.
However she has since clarified that she will not be heading to the Love Island villa anytime soon, declaring on her Instagram Story that she is very settled in her current relationship and has no intention of trying to couple up with anyone else.
"Can confirm I am NOT doing Love Island haha and am happy in my current relationship with my partner," she wrote over an image of an article titled 'Jessika Power teases Love Island UK appearance'. "Some of these articles are insane but entertaining."
After Jessika's marriage to Mick Gould on MAFS Australia didn't work out, she began a relationship with Dan instead, who was married to Tamara Joy on the show. That romance also ended and, two years on from filming the show, Jessika is now dating recording artist Filip Poznanovic.
Jessika recently revealed that she regrets some of her behaviour on MAFS Australia, revealing that it upsets her to think about "the amount of pain I inflicted on Mick and Tamara".
"The situation could have been handled so differently," she said. "I also had no sense of empathy or emotion and had my nose in everyone's business. It's really hard watching that Jess back because it's so clear to me how broken I was inside, as a person to be that way towards others."
She added that although she and Dan are no longer together, they still "check in with one another here and there".
"I do have a lot of respect and care towards him," she explained. "We went through something that not many other people do and it was always going to have a massive impact on our lives."
Married At First Sight Australia is available to watch on All 4, while Love Island is available via catch up on ITV Hub.
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