It looks like former Love Island couple Michael Griffiths and Joanna Chimonides could be back on after they were spotted getting close at this weekend’s Kisstory on the Common music festival in London.
The pair were caught ‘hugging and kissing’ at the festival as they partied with fellow Islanders including Amy Hart, Yewande Biala, Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane.
An onlooker told The Sun that Michael and Joanna were “all over each other,” adding: “Michael kept kissing Joanna on her head and cheeks and pulling her close.
“She kept holding his hand and leaning into him, she definitely seemed to be warming up to him again.”
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Michael and Joanna’s relationship appeared to be left in tatters after she branded him a ‘snake’ when he decided to stay in the villa instead of leaving with her when she was voted out of the show.
The 28-year-old fireman then attempted to win back former partner Amber Gill despite previously insisting that he no longer had feelings for her, but was dumped from the villa when she coupled up with Greg O’Shea.
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Michael made another U-turn after leaving the villa, revealing that he wanted to be with Joanna.
Speaking to The Sun, he admitted: “Ultimately I am hoping Joanna will take me back, I am hoping that's the case.
“It's just whether Joanna will speak to me or not. I am excited to speak to her but I don't know how, or if, she is going to speak to me.”
Joanna appeared to quash Michael’s hopes during an appearance on This Morning, insisting “there won’t be any going back.”
She added: “It is what it is. For me there won't be any going back. I can't. Strike two. I kept going on about strike one but that was the second strike.”
Although after their cosy display this weekend, could a reunion be on the cards?