Summer Love Island 2023 cast has been giving drama and mess like never before. While most of the years we have doubts about Islanders being on the show for the prize money of £50k, it cannot be said the same for this year’s cast.
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Most of them have been doing pretty well outside the show from salaried ranging from £13k to £64k. The Summer Love Island 2023 cast salaries before the show are insane! Here’s this year’s Islanders' wages from highest to lowest!
Montel is a 25-year-old semi-professional footballer and also works as an account manager in East London. He could be bringing in £26,000 from football alone and an additional £37,109 per annum for his 9 to 5 role.
It’s giving…GIRLBOSS! for Whitney. The 25-year-old has her own business selling luxury wigs that she started in the second year of her University. She earns close to £60k a year - £58,625 to be precise - making her the top Islander with the highest salary.
The 25-year-old is a semi-pro basketball player and a personal trainer - both of which are decent-paying jobs. His career as a basketball player could earn him around £20,833 a year and being a personal trainer could fetch him an extra £30k.
The 23-year-old model was named female model of the Year at the Scottish media awards before Love Island. She appeared in a music video and was also an extra in the film World War Z. She potentially makes up to £50k a year.
The blonde beauty has her own business West London Clinic Candy Aesthetic which she started in 2021. The clinic offers a variety of treatments such as lip fillers, jawline contouring and fat dissolving. Jess potentially makes around £47,500 every year, according to The Tab.
The dumped Islander who got into a nasty argument with Whitney and also had a painful injury in the villa earns around £47,315 a year. He’s a model and communications manager.
The hunk with the good looks for a Disney prince is 22 years old and a project manager from Kent. His expected salary is around £46,803 - a hefty amount for his young age.
One of the most popular Love Island contestants this year, Catherine has two degrees and works in real estate. Working in commercial real estate Catherine makes an average salary of £46,667.
The 27-year-old owns a social media marketing agency in Manchester which potentially makes her £42,124 per year. However, she’s also an influencer which could be her side hustle.
The gas engineer is estimated to make around £40k per year as per the average salary of the profession.
The most controversial contestant on the show is one of the lowest wage earners on the list. The influencer and theatre performer earns around £26,209.
Scott was recently signed by Shelbourne FC in Dublin. The goalkeeper is estimated to be earning around £19,000 a year playing in the Ireland Premier Division.
The 24-year-old played in central midfield for Lewes FC before the show. According to Metro.co.uk, each player in the team makes around between £175- £250.
The Tab: The wages of the Love Island 2023 cast prove most of them made bank before the show
Metro.co.uk: Love Islanders’ wages before the villa from basketball player Zachariah to estate agent Catherine