Love Island’s Amy Hart amplifies the glamor in a sexy black dress for Denise Van Outen’s cabaret showshow

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She became famous on Love Island in 2019.

And Amy Hart, 27, upped the glamor in a figure-hugging black dress as she enjoyed a Friday night out at Denise Van Outen’s cabaret show at London’s Proud Embankment.

The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress as she went to the show after dinner with a friend at The Savoy Hotel.

Wow! Amy Hart, 27, stepped up the glamor in a figure-hugging black dress as she enjoyed a night out at Denise Van Outen’s cabaret show at London’s Proud Embankment on Friday.

Amy cut a glamorous figure in the figure-hugging black dress as she stepped into the cabaret show at The Savoy.

She flashed a little cleavage in the off-the-shoulder dress and slipped on a pair of open-toed heels for the outing.

The Love Island star wore a small black handbag with a gold chain strap and a pair of long dangling earrings.

Earlier in the evening, Amy was in a good mood when she arrived at the hotel with her friend for dinner before the cabaret show.

Happy: The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress when she went to the show

Happy: The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress when she went to the show

Radiant: She flashed a little cleavage in the off-the-shoulder dress and wore a pair of open-toed heeled mules for the outing

Radiant: She flashed a little cleavage in the off-the-shoulder dress and wore a pair of open-toe heeled mules for the outing

Confident: Amy exuded sophistication in the figure-hugging black dress as she arrived for Denise's latest show

Confident: Amy exuded sophistication in the figure-hugging black dress as she arrived for Denise’s latest show

Elegant: She was a vision of beauty with her blonde locks styled in loose waves

Elegant: She was a vision of beauty with her blonde locks styled in loose waves

The outing came after Amy said she’s grateful for her time on Love Island and revealed she’s been seeing one of the show’s therapists for “eight months.”

Amy explained that therapy sessions have made her “much more confident”, adding that she “knows I’m good enough now” after being left “in a dark place” following her performance on the hit ITV show.

She told The Sun: “I feel like I’m in a good place to talk about mental health issues. I’m grateful to be on Love Island and give me the platform.”

The TV personality also shared how she got in touch with ITV after her appearance on the reality show.

Amy added: ‘When I went on Love Island, I didn’t realize that I had lived my whole life believing that I was obnoxious, ugly, a failure and not good enough. When I left the villa, I ended up in a dark place.’

Beautiful: Earlier in the evening, Amy was in a good mood when she arrived at the hotel with her friend for dinner before the cabaret show

Beautiful: Earlier in the evening, Amy was in a good mood when she arrived at the hotel with her friend for dinner before the cabaret show

Dinner date: The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress as she packed dinner at the Savoy Hotel

Dinner date: The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress as she packed dinner at the Savoy Hotel

Little black dress: The Love Island star wore a little black handbag with a gold chain strap and a pair of long dangling earrings

Little black dress: The Love Island star wore a little black handbag with a gold chain strap and a pair of long dangling earrings

Giddy: She and her boyfriend seemed to be enjoying their night out together when they arrived at the hotel for dinner

Giddy: She and her boyfriend seemed to be enjoying their night out together when they arrived at the hotel for dinner

Throwback: The outing came after Amy said she's grateful for her time on Love Island and revealed she's seen one of the show's therapists (pictured on the show in 2019)

Throwback: The outing came after Amy said she’s grateful for her time on Love Island and revealed she’s seen one of the show’s therapists (pictured on the show in 2019)

The blonde beauty discussed the effect of online trolling on her mental health and continued: ‘The trolling started so I asked the ITV team for help. After working with the show therapist for eight months, I am much more confident.”

Her comments came ahead of the show’s 2021 series, which kicks off in Mallorca later this month.

While little is known about the upcoming series, boss Amada Stavri teased the lineup, promising it will be “diverse and inclusive.”

However, the ITV commissioner said that including gay islanders is a ‘logistical difficulty’ due to the format of the dating show.

Love Island has previously been criticized by fans and past contestants for the lack of diverse ethnic backgrounds, body types, and members of the LGBT community represented on the show.

Speak with Radio Times, said the ITV commissioner: ‘We are always very aware of diversity and inclusion and hopefully you will see that when we announce the line-up.’

Stavri added: “As for gay islanders, I think the biggest challenge is Love Island’s format. There is a kind of logistical difficulty, because while islanders don’t have to be 100 percent straight, the format has to give a little bit [the] Islanders an equal choice when docking.

‘On our dating shows, such as The Cabins, there is much more sexual diversity. The formats don’t have as many restrictions as Love Island. So we are very aware of that in our programming on ITV and dating series. But that’s the problem with Love Island.”

Lineup: While little is known about the upcoming series, Love Isand boss Amada Stavri teased the lineup, promising it will be

Lineup: While little is known about the upcoming series, Love Isand boss Amada Stavri teased the lineup, promising it will be “diverse and inclusive” (2019 lineup pictured)

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