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Love Island's Niall Aslam talks about having Asperger's for the first time with support from Jack Fincham

LOVE ISLAND'S NIALL ASLAM TALKS FOR THE FIRST TIME ABOUT HAVING ASPERGER'S

Niall left the Love Island villa nine days into the show after struggling to cope in the villa and soon after announced he has Asperger's.

And he joined us to talk for the first time about growing up with Asperger syndrome and his decision to go public with it.

“I haven’t been open at all. That Insta post [I wrote] was the first time they found out – my best friends. I didn’t want to get labelled," Niall explained. "A lot of people don’t understand that it’s a spectrum. If you come forward and say it to a lot people, you get tarred with the same brush. I’m high functioning as well. There’s high functioning and low functioning, there’s a lot that goes into it.”

And fellow Love Island star Jack Fincham sent a message of support for Niall too.

"I want to say a massive well done to my friend Niall for speaking out about his Apserger's. Me and Niall are obviously really good friends and the fact he's going on TV and speaking openly about Asperger's is wicked," Jack said. "He has been fantastic in using his platform to raise awareness. Well done Niall, fantastic, good work."

Niall also commented on Jack's spilt from girlfriend Dani Dyer. "I'm gutted for them. I thought they were a great couple," he said. "I just hope they're happy, both of them. I thought they were the real deal."

Watch the video for the full interview with Niall.

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Take That's Howard Donald dashes hopes of band reunion as he claims Jason Orange 'has gone off grid'

TAKE THAT'S HOWARD DONALD REVEALS HE IS NO LONGER ABLE TO SPEAK TO EX BANDMATE JASON ORANGE FOLLOWING HIM GOING TOTALLY OFF GRID

Howard Donald revealed live on Loose Women that him and his bandmates are no longer in contact with previous Take That Member Jason Orange!

"Jason's gone off the grid. He's not taking emails or phone calls or stuff like that, but that's good for him," Howard said. "He wants to be a million miles away from this at the moment."

However, dad-of-four Howard was quick to open the door for Jason's return if he ever wishes to do so. "Who knows in the near future... if he does [change his mind] he is welcome back anytime,' Howard explained.

The door is open for Robbie Williams and Jason to return, with Howard saying the current band - Howard, Gary Barlow and Mark Owen - are "really comfortable" as they get ready to embark on their latest tour.

Neighbours legends Stefan Dennis and Annie Jones discuss the return of Plain Jane Superbrain!

STEFAN DENNIS AND ANNIE JONES DISCUSS PLAIN JANE SUPERBRAIN'S RETURN TO NEIGHBOUR'S RAMSAY STREET

Annie recently returned to Neighbours as 'Plain Jane', following time away caring for her mother, saying that she craved "something long-term."

"The possibility [of return] has always been there... but, I've been looking after my mother who had alzheimer's for many many years and so I didn't have the energy," Annie said. "It's crazy because back in the day we were the youngies and now, we're the oldies. A lot of the crew are still there too which is extraordinary."

And Stefan revealed that another Neighbours legend will be making his shock return to Ramsay Street, even though he suffered a fatal heart attack on his exit from the Australian soap.

"Big Jim is coming back. How he comes back I can't tell you,' Stefan said of Alan Dale coming back as Jim Robinson. "I'll tell you everything, but then I will have to kill every single one of you, which is in kind of in my character anyway," joked the actor who plays Paul Robinson.

Watch the video for the full interview with Stefan Davis and Annie Jones.