Kady McDermott suggested she will pull Molly Marsh up on her behaviour which occurred when she left the villa last week.
The Love Island star, 27, appeared on Aftersun and opened up about their alleged feud with host Maya Jama on Sunday (July 23).
The reality star hinted something could go down at the reunion show following Molly's reaction to her being dumped alongside Ouzy See.
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The theatre performer, 21, appeared to smirk when Kady and Ouzy were announced as one of the couples who had received the fewest votes.
When they didn't return, Molly was grateful towards Whitney Adebayo for sending Kady home, admitting it had "done her a favour" because she couldn't stand seeing her around the villa following her involvement with Zachariah Noble.
Speaking to Maya, 28, Kady revealed she got on "so well" with Molly while they were in the villa which made her reaction all the more surprising.
The influencer, who first appeared on series two of the dating show back in 2016, explained: "I got on so well with Molly, she did my hair, she wore my bikinis, there was no drama.
"At the end of the day she is six or seven years younger than me. I can't beef a 21 year old."
She continued: "But then when she's smirking and saying I'm so glad she left, I can't wait to see the back of her… she wouldn't dare say that if I was in there so I was like ok you're wearing my bikini while cussing me, fair play."
"So the reunion is gonna be fun isn't it," Maya joked.
Kady responded: "So fun, so fun. It was such a shock because genuinely, we got on really well. I wanted to be friends with her and we did get on well… I thought we were fine but…"
After she left the villa, the TV star hit back at Molly's reaction on Twitter as she replied to comment which said: "Oii @LoveIsland after seeing Mollys smirks and that, run @kadymcdermottx back ONE MORE TIME!!#LoveIsland"
Retweeting the post, Kady wrote: "Whilst she was wearing my bikini, make it make sense."
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