She made a dramatic exit from the Love Island villa after her romance with Curtis Pritchard came to an end.
And Amy Hart appeared to have put the show’s final night on the back burner as she arrived to the Savoy Theatre in London to watch Amber Davies take to the stage in the Dolly Parton-inspired West End show, 9 to 5: The Musical.
The flight attendant, 27, looked incredible in a mint green patterned playsuit that boasted a plunging neckline and a matching belt that cinched in at the waist as she arrived for a night at the theatre.
In the city: Amy Hart appeared to have put the show’s final night on the back burner as she arrived to the Savoy Theatre in London to watch her friend Amber Davies on Monday
The reality star teamed her ensemble with striking gold heels and a pair of striking silver earrings.
Amy, who chose to skip the live final to support her pal Amber, completed her look with a swipe of blush and a touch of lipstick to enhance her glowing features.
A source told The Sun Online: ‘She knows all eyes would’ve been on her if she went to the Love Island final party, so she won’t be anywhere near a TV when the winner is announced. She’ll be in a dark theatre with her closest pals.
‘She’s reunited with some of her London friends and they’ll be by her side the whole night.
The star of the show: Amber was pictured leaving the theatre after performing
Fashion forward: She wore a leather pair of shorts with a pink top after a successful turn on the stage
‘So when she leaves the theatre, the Love Island final will all be over – and she didn’t have to witness it!’
Moments earlier, Amber was positively beaming as she arrived for another day at work with a cool beverage in her hand.
The former Love Island star, 22, oozed style and confidence as she slipped into a white form-fitting vest top and a pair of patterned flared trousers.
The actress, who recently enjoyed a sun-soaked getaway in Marbella, Spain, teamed her ensemble with a pair of brown sandals and a slick bag handbag slung over her shoulder.
Letting her long blonde locks cascade down her shoulders, the star accessorised her look with a pair of swanky shades.
Stunning: Amber Davies was positively beaming as she arrived for another day at work at the Savoy Theatre on Monday with a cool beverage in her hand earlier on in the day
A friendly wave: Letting her long blonde locks cascade down her shoulders, the star accessorised her look with a pair of swanky shades
Amy’s appearance comes after she told Heat Radio’s Under The Duvet that she while she would love to take Curtis for a game of mini-golf she would respect his new romance with Maura Higgins by waiting for him to reach out.
The former Islander chose to leave the villa when Curtis, 23, admitted that his head had been turned by the newcomer Jourdan Riane, 24.
The professional dancer then went on to pursue a relationship with Maura Higgins, 28.
Addressing her relationship with Curtis Amy said: ‘I want to be his mate, I want to look after him because I worry about what’s going to happen when he comes out but too much has happened there and I need someone that’s conscious of my feelings.
‘As much as he’s a good guy and I love him to death as a friend now – I’m looking forward to taking him out for mini golf and going out and getting absolutely trashed – that’s it for me now. Just friends.’
West End star: Amber’s appearance comes as viewers gear up for the live finals of the popular ITV2 show Love Island
Last month, Amber, who won season three of the reality show in 2017 with her then-boyfriend Kem Cetinay, 23, said this year’s batch of hopefuls were fully aware of what they were signing up for unlike the contestants from her series
Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine, Amber said: ‘It’s inevitable. They’re singing up for fame. We didn’t…
‘This year, they know what they’re going in there to do and they know what kind of money they’re going to be coming out to.’
When questioned about the show’s after-care Amber continued: ‘I can’t speak for everyone else but my personal experience of aftercare was unbelievable and amazing.’
During her interview, Amber also gave her thoughts on the new Love Island Islanders telling Lorraine Tommy Fury was ‘her type on paper’.
She said: ‘Tommy, only because I think he’s really good looking. He is cute isn’t he? I think they’ve got a lot of sass this year, which would really scare me.’
Candid: Last month, Amber said this year’s batch of hopefuls were fully aware of what they were signing up for unlike the contestants from her series during an interview with Lorraine
After winning the reality series, Amber went on to fulfill her dreams of stardom by landing the role in the West End show scored by the country singer Dolly.
The musical, which also stars Louise Redknapp, Natalie McQueen, Bonnie Langford and Brian Conley, follows workmates Doralee, Violet and Judy as they try to kidnap their sexist and egotistical boss.
Upon landing the role, the former reality star, who trained in musical theatre before entering Love Island, shared how she wished to change the public’s perception of her.
Speaking to The Evening Standard at the time she said: ‘I only graduated in 2016, so I’m very fresh out of college. But I am trained and I have every right to be here.
‘I’m waiting and ready to prove people wrong. I know they’re gonna come in with a bit of, ”Let’s see how Amber from Love Island will sing,” and I just can’t wait — I want everyone to be pleasantly surprised.’
Love Island: The reality star won season three of Love Island in 2017 with her then boyfriend Kem Cetinay (right), 23