The air stewardess was greeted by friends, family and fans as she arrived home following her shock decision to quit the ITV2 show.
"Omg AMY! I can't remember the last time I balled my eyes out at anything!" another tweeted.
"I want to see how things go with him and Molly-Mae, I can see he really likes her".
He explained: "You can't suppress your kids ambitions can you, because I don't want her to get to 40 and think "My dad wouldn't let me go on TV when I was 26".
"Once this is all done we will have the best friendship you have ever seen in your life". "I love you all so much and I can not tell you what you've all done for me".
"You are not going to be happy whilst I'm still here".
"I am the full package I'd say".
Marvin, whose current partner Maura has admitted there is no connection between them, also reveals he is interested in pursuing a romance with single Islander Amber Gill.
"I looked at it and thought, 'Even if I had to take the last week, I would take it if it meant I could take those first four weeks over again'". "I want to hear the way Curtis is behaving!"
In general, however, people agreed that she had left the villa with dignity.
Questions were raised when reality star Chloe Goodman tweeted, 'Amy 100% has been told she has to leave by producers'.
Curtis quickly asked Amy to be his "half girlfriend" before disaster struck when she was shipped to Casa Amor for a few days.
According to the Independent, a spokeswoman for the series branded these reports, 'untrue'.
She subsequently made a decision to quit the villa to allow Curtis to continue his time on the show without having to worry about her.
The Islanders deliberated in their couples to decide who they believe should remain in the villa.
That's right people, TWO sexy singletons will make their way into the villa amid a quadruple dumping, and Amy's exit voluntarily.