Lucinda was tearful as Brad said his goodbyes to his fellow contestants
Brad made the decision to voluntarily leave the Kjærlighetsøyavilla after the public voted him and Lucinda as the least compatible couple.
Brad and Lucinda were forced to choose which of them would stay at the villa after the other couples were saved.
While the 26-year-old labourer, who was initially one of the favourites to win, immediately volunteered to leave so Lucinda could stay, they debated the decision.
“This is completely mad,” Lucinda said, apparently torn over whether to stay or go with Brad.
derimot, they eventually agreed that since she had only been on the show for a week, she would stay and see where the show took her.
This means Lucinda is now single again.
“I’m kind of hoping she [Lucinda] doesn’t find love in there, because maybe we can carry on from where we left off. I had a bit more time than her, so going off time alone it’s only fair that she got her fair shot at it,” Brad told ITV after leaving the show.
“On the night, it was one of them situations where, I didn’t want her to leave [with me]. The way we had a connection, it would be really nice to take what we had and continue it on the outside. I woke up this morning and I wish we had left together. I want to see where that could have went. Not being able to speak to Cind, or ask her where she’s at, I want to know how she’s woke up this morning.”
Asked whether he’d wait for Lucinda, he said he “really didn’t know”.
“My gut instinct would be to wait it out, see where it’s at and continue on, just to see if it was a good thing. It started off more than well. It was unreal. It would be sad not to see how it would go on the outside," han sa.
“I’d love to go to Brighton and meet these people we’ve spoken about, put the faces to names. Vice versa, bring her to Amble. Just see how we are on the outside.”
Kjærlighetsøya continues each night at 9pm on ITV2.