After an exciting eight weeks full of drama, romance, break-ups and fights – Love Island 2022 has finally come to an end. As Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu are crowned the winners of the season, Mirror reports which finalist couples will stay together now that the show has ended.
Tasha and Andrew
The 23-year-old model and 27-year-old real estate agent were coupled by the public at the start of the season. The two had their fair share of ups and downs but somehow managed to stay together and secure the fourth position on the show.
The fact that Andrew stuck for Tasha when the guys were bashing her was a highlight of their relationship while him licking Coco Lodge’s breast or whatever was the worst moment of their relationship. If their journey is any proof, the two are likely to stay together after the show.
Dami and Indiyah
Dami Hope, 23 and Indiyah Polack, 26 have had the journey that has come to full circle. They started off as friends before forming a connection until Casa Amor where they became each other’s heartbreakers and ultimately bounced back to each other.
What a rollercoaster that has been! They were the only couple that islanders thought were well suited for each other, so it's highly likely the two will stay together.
Gemma and Luca
The fish flops worked and how! Gemma and Luca have had a strong connection for most of their time in the villa. This is excluding the time Gemma called Luca ‘Jacques’ and Luca’s inappropriate behaviour after Gemma flirted with Billy.
While the two ended up being loyal during their time in Casa Amor, viewers think it's highly unlikely that the two will stay together.
Davide and Ekin-Su
The winners of this year’s Love Island have had the most eventful and entertaining journey of all. The two drifted apart only to come back together and have had their ups and downs in the villa.
Their rows have been a highlight of their journey while Ekin-Su being unfaithful to Davide initially is a blow that their relationship might have still not recovered from. Having said that, the two will still have their ups and downs outside the will, although they would probably still stick together.