Paige and Finn give their top tips to the 2021 Love Islanders

The most recent winning Love Island couple - Paige Turley and Finley Tapp - have shared some words of wisdom ahead of the 2021 series.

Paige and Finn give their top tips to the 2021 Love Islanders
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It’s now been well over a year since we saw Paige Turley and Finley Tapp crowned the first-ever Winter Love Island winners. There’s no denying that 2020 was a strange time to go through the first year of a relationship but the couple seem to have come out the other side stronger than ever and are still totally loved up.

Paige and Finn Give Their Top Tips to the 2021 Love Islanders

Paige and Finn’s advice to new Love Islanders

So what advice do they have for the 2021 Love Islanders now that the show is finally returning to our screens following a year-and-a-half’s hiatus? Speaking to OK! Magazine this week, Paige and Finn revealed that their main advice to the new Love Islanders was to ‘just enjoy’ the experience.

Paige said:

I think you very quickly forget there’s cameras and stuff. It’s just like a holiday. So yeah I think just really appreciate it while you’re in there because no matter how things go for you life is never gonna be the same when you leave.

Meanwhile, loved-up Finn advised contestants to ‘go for the Scottish one!'

Who are the 2021 Love Islanders?

Whilst nothing has yet been officially confirmed, the identities of three 2021 Love Islanders appear to have been leaked already. According to The Sun, 24-year-old boxer Harley Benn (son of Nigel), 23-year-old recruitment consultant and Chelsea partyboy James Price and 21-year-old aerial dancer and fire-eater Alexis Bailey are all heading into the villa.

Love Island 2021 is set to kick off in just two months’ time, with the start date expected to be Monday 28th June. Although there has been much speculation as to whether the series will have to be filmed in the UK due to the ongoing pandemic, ITV bosses now seem fairly confident they’ll be heading to Majorca for filming.