Love Island's Molly Smith set to be a millionaire as Tom Clare returns to normal job days after the show

Love Island All Stars Molly Smith and Tom Clare already have different plans as they leave the villa after being crowned winners. Here’s what’s happening!

Love Island All Stars Molly Smith Tom Clare
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Love Island All Stars Molly Smith Tom Clare

Love Island is a great opportunity for islanders and not just in terms of love but also their career. Many former islanders have gone on to create great careers after their villa stint. For instance, Molly-Mae Hague, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Maura Higgins, Megan Barton Hanson, Dani Dyer and the list goes on.

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Megan Barton Hanson was also understood to be joining the All Stars cast but decided not to. Amidst this, there have been reports that Love Island All Stars winner Molly Smith may be the next islander to become a millionaire after her villa stint.

Love Island’s Molly Smith could bag millions

According to MailOnline, Molly Smith has not only become a fan favourite but also a brand favourite. The 29-year-old is predicted to make millions as many popular brands are said to be rallying around her after seeing her growing popularity.

Molly - who is a fitness freak - is also being eyed by a big US fitness brand that wants to make her their first-ever UK signing. A source shared:

Molly ticks every box when it comes to brand partnerships and now following her All Stars win, she is in demand.
It's turning into a real battle of the brands because not only has she been approached by a big US fitness name, who have already made an offer, but also beauty and clothing companies.

The source shared that going by how seriously Molly takes her fitness, she would be interested to ‘pursue more opportunities in the fitness market.’ The source added:

Molly is a fitness fanatic, she trains twice a day, is a regular at Barry's Bootcamp and ensures she stays strong by lifting weights too.

This comes after her All Stars co-star confirmed that Molly Smith was the ‘most misunderstood’ islander of the show.

Love Island’s Tom Clare plans to return to his day job

Meanwhile, Tom Clare, who won Love Island All Stars with Molly Smith, is understood to be returning to his day job. Talking about their future together - which may be jeopardised - Molly confirmed that Tom is moving to Manchester, reports The Sun. Tom added:

I am moving back up North to be closer to my family, get back to football and hopefully back to Macclesfield F.C, if they will have me back.

With Molly’s lucrative brand deals and Tom’s focus on getting back to his old job, the two seem to have different career paths.

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Daily Mail: Love Island: All Stars winner Molly Smith to make MILLIONS after being approached with a flurry of lucrative offers including a US fitness brand who want her to be their first ever UK signing

The Sun: Love Island star set to return to normal day job just DAYS after show final saying he’ll go back ‘if they’ll have me’

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