Love Island's Brad is quizzed about his smile's authenticity
During the Q+A he said: "I'll obviously see Lucinda when she gets out. She was a big part of my journey so even if it's just as friends I'll still get to see her."
In a previous post Brad left it up to his followers when asked whether he should stick around and wait for Lucinda, leaving it up to a public vote.
He said in a quick video: “What do yous think? You think I should wait for ‘Cind?”
It’s quite the switch from his previous statement shortly after leaving the villa, where he confessed: "On the night, it was one of them situations where, I didn’t want her to leave [with me]. The way we had a connection, it would be really nice to take what we had and continue it on the outside.
Buff Brad says he has no regrets about being buried on the show
"I woke up this morning and I wish we had left together. I want to see where that could have went.”
However, he added he had no regrets when it comes to his time on the show, and that he didn't connect with anyone the way he connected with the 21-year-old.
Lucinda was seen upset as the 26-year-old labourer packed his bags and left the villa, being comforted by Faye Winter as she said: "We were literally having Special K with raspberries on it though, and now he's gone."
Brad left the villa after being voted least compatible couple alongside Lucinda
However, the girls found it strange that he didn’t leave, and seemed to insinuate she was on the show for the job prospects that could come as a result, rather than finding the one.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2, followed by Love Island: Aftersun.