Love Island: Here are all the winners from 2015 till now and what they are doing now

Love Island has seen some unique contestants from season 1 to season 8. Here is the complete list of islanders who turned into winners.

Love Island: Here are all the winners of the past seasons
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Love Island: Here are all the winners of the past seasons

Since Love Island launched its first season in 2015, it has seen tremendous success. With new winners every year, over time, Love Island has seen and solidified many a relationship. With every couple that wins, the ITV series brings out yet another new season that just takes it to a whole new level.

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The series has seen so many winners who have just broken out of their shells and embraced a new relationship. Put together in a villa, the show featured couples who got to know each other through relationship techniques that pair them up. Whether they split or not, these winners have carved a path for themselves in life, and on Instagram.

With a new season of Love Island out every June-July, and a winter Love Island out in February, the series made news for bringing people together by putting their old life behind them. Here is the list of ITV Love Island couples who emerged as winners in every season of the reality series.


Love Island fans got a treat in 2022 when Ekin Su and Davide got the status of THE Love Island couple. Being a star duo, they are said to still be going strong as a pair, and even post about each other on social media.


Liam Reardon and Millie Court made news as they embraced the winner status of the show. Both Liam and Millie became stars on the reality show and shared a good relationship with each other. But it was later announced that the couple became old news, and separated soon after Love Island.


2020 was the year the first ever Winter Love Islandcame out in February. And emerging as winners like cakewalk were contestants Paige Turley and Finn Tapp. The show, which aired in different months and not the usual June-July time, gave something to look forward to in winter. And things seem to be going good for the pair as they are still together, as per their Instagram.


Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea were announced as season 5's Love Island winners. The couple that shared a special relationship in the series went on to renew their status as a couple just a few weeks after leaving the villa, with a split. But Amber went on to do very well, with a massive Instagram following.


2018 was the year that saw the dynamic pair of Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer. They won the show, but their relationship fell apart in 6 months. Post the show, both Dani and Jack have made it big professionally. Being a star in the presenting world, Dani, as fans know is doing well for herself.


Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies are Love Island season 3's winning contestants. The couple who ruled the villa is said to have broken up a few weeks after the show. But as time went by, both Amber and Kem excelled in their professions as Instagram influencers. In fact, Amber is one of the most popular girl contestants to have come out of the ITV series.


2016 saw Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey making news as they were announced as the year's winners. The Cara-Nathan duo is still going strong despite a brief split in between. The two of them had a baby soon after the show and welcomed a baby girl afterward. Cara and Nathan seem genuinely happy and good as a couple.


Jess Hayes and Max Morley won the first-ever status as winners of Love Island. Jess and Max made history as a pair, for being the first winners, despite their split that happened right after the series. The show was released in June 2015 and was like a flame to the moth, for its fans.

Sources used:

- Radio Times: 'All the Love Island winners from 2015 to now'

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