Dani Dyer discusses biggest celebrity splits of the past decade and living with her boyfriend

Dani Dyer won Love Island in 2018 and ever since the star, and daughter of Eastenders actor Danny Dyer, has remained in the spotlight.

The 24-year-old won the series with her then partner Jack Fincham, but the pair later split after a short-lived romance post-villa.

But as well as their split, who else were some of the biggest splits of the past decade?

Dani told OK! Online exclusively that she was rooting for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez during the time that they were together from 2010 when they first dated to March 2018 when it was officially over for the pair, after a very rocky few on and off years.

Dani said: “I loved Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez and so when they broke up I was like ‘OMG I’m gutted’ I love them two together. They were young and had their whirlwind romance and I thought they’d get back together and then obviously he’s married now so yeah I think when I was younger I was really, really invested in their relationship [sic].”

As well as Selena and Justin, or ‘Jelena’ as they were also known, Dani expressed her sadness at the break up of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson.

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“I’m such an Ariana fan and I thought now she’s engaged she’s going to find her happiness and that all ended so I thought she just needed time on her own. But there’s not really been many celebrity relationships that I’ve been so interested in.”

On the subject of love, the stunning star, who has just released her new book ‘What Would Dani Do?’ said she’s tuning into the winter series of Love Island each night.

She said: “I love Love Island. It’s such a good show and it’s so nice that I have a routine every night because that’s what I watch. I think it’s nice to have something on TV and then it makes us more excited for summer.

“I really find Paige funny and I really like her. I think Shaughna and Callum are really cute together and I really like everyone in their own different ways really.”

Dani is also rooting for Siânnise Fudge who she recognises hasn’t been so lucky in love this series.

She said: “I like Siannise – I want her to be happy as she’s not really had any luck in there so far.”

Where her own love life is concerned, Dani has recently moved in with her long-term boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, describing things between the two of them as “really, really good” adding that they’re “really happy.”

Dani also admitted to having a resolution in place to stop moaning, adding “I love a moan, I think we all do though don’t we. I love moaning and I think it’s just a girl trait.”

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Dani is currently working alongside the Trainline to launch their new SplitSave feature – a money saving tool that finds clever combinations of tickets to, hopefully, save the UK up to £340 million each year.

Of the feature, which can be made full use of upon downloading the Trainline app, Dani said: “I wanted to get involved with them because I just thought it was so fun that they did their research into the splits of the decade and I love a bargain, I’ve always absolutely loved a bargain and I travel a lot for work.

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“They’ve got a new app which you download and it tells you how to get split fares and how to get travel cheaper and it’s just a good thing to have and it helps people to have a bargain and save money.”

On the train, Dani is fond of “listening to music and looking out of the window pretending [she’s] in a movie.”

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