Love Island’s Josh Denzel praises footy’s Jack Grealish as they party in Greece
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Love Island 's Josh Denzel wasn't holding back the praise as he hung out with England star Jack Grealish.
The reality hunk posed up in Greece alongside the footy star, who recently made it to the Euro 2020 final with his team.
"What a man, what a holiday," Josh penned as he smiled for the camera with the sportsman.
Jack, 25, ditched his top in the Mykonos heat, posing up in a pair of blue swimming shorts and with sunglasses pushing his hair back from his face.
He threw up a peace sign with one hand and threw the other arm around Josh's shoulders for the cosy snap.
Josh and Jack hung out in Mykonos
Josh, 30, who hosted the online Lions' Den show throughout the Euros, beamed a proud smile as he leaned into Jack's side.
He was dressed for his day by the pool in a dark T-shirt and shorts, and also had sunglasses propped up on the top of his head.
Jack was just as pleased to be hanging out with Josh, taking to his Instagram story to share a snap of them together with one of Josh's pals.
The lads have been blowing off some steam
Josh was also spotted sharing a drink with England footy star Luke Shaw as they partied at the swanky SantAnna beach club.
The pals were seen laughing and dancing together as they soaked up the sun in Mykonos, where the players headed following their devastated loss to Italy in the final.
Josh, who rose to fame on Love Island in 2018, says he felt a real sense of "brotherhood" during his time in the England camp.
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He said: "From inside the camp – the bond, and the brotherhood, you can feel it. You see people in groups one day having a laugh as they walk back from training, the next day there’s new groups, new pockets.
"There’s one unit – that’s one of the reasons why we’ve done so well in this tournament. It’s also why there’s been such a unified response to these disgusting racist tweets. It’s because when you’re family you can’t attack one without attacking everyone."