The stunning blonde, who stole the engineer from under Laura Anderson’s nose with a cheeky snog, has moved on after a matter of days.
Living up to her “muggy” reputation, Megan didn’t hesitate to flirt up a storm with new arrivals Alex Miller and Dean Overson as six hunky male bombshells arrived in the villa on Thursday.
For his part Wes, 20, has steered clear of the half dozen ladies who are holed up with him in Casa Amor.
Megan, who ditched Eyal Booker for Wes this week, was promptly branded a “game player” by the since-dumped Islander who exclusively told OK! Online of her swift character change from shy girl to one who had “grown some balls.”
Yet Sunday’s episode sees her confess it’s all over with the cannock lad, despite the fact he’s none the wiser of her decision.
Megan tells the Beach Hut: “Obviously things didn’t work out with Eyal and Wes. I’m hoping it’s third time lucky.”
She added: “I try not to think about what Wes is up to and what he’s going to think about the kiss with Alex. I’m sure he’s chatting to girls and getting to know other girls as well.
“I hope that he is. Can you imagine if he walked back without a girl, I’d be like ‘sorry’.”
Yet it remains to be seen whether she will plump for Alex, whom has made her giggle throughout or Burnley hunk Dean.
Back in the villa, lovestruck Wes confesses: “I’m not really keen on the girls in terms of going forward.
“I think there’s some that are nice but in terms of initial attraction and the first day, not as good as the first day with Meg.”
We previously reported how Dean, 25, prompted fans to do a double take as they wrongly believed he was former Big Brother 2018 star Kieran Lee.
Love Island airs every weeknight at 9pm on ITV2.