What Are Our Favourite Love Islander's Up To Now? A List Of The Shows Most Successful Stars
12. Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury- £800,000
Since the show, the couple has successfully stayed together and Molly-Mae scored a £500,000 deal with Pretty Little Thing to release her own collection and Tommy Fury was already doing well in his boxing career before the show.
It's only a matter of time before the two reach millionaire status.
11: Jack Fincham- £1 Million
Jack Fincham has been busy since appearing on season four, making roughly £1 million since the show. Aside from his shows with ex Dani Dyer, Fincham has since had deals with McDonald's and Protein World as well as starting his own stationery and clothing line.
10: Megan Barton-Hanson - £1.1 million
Since the finale of Love Island 2018, Megan Barton-Hanson has gone on to make a lucrative deal with clothing brand Pretty Little Thing and has also starred on Celebs Go Dating. The star is soon set to release an autobiography dishing on her past as a stripper and experiences dating football players.
9: Olivia Attwood - £1.2 million
Olivia Attwood has gone on to earn about £1.2 million since her time in the Villa back in 2017 through social media and appearances as well as having her own magazine column. Attwood has also starred in other reality tv shows such as I'm A Celeb spin-off Extra Camp, Celebs Go Dating and The Only Way Is Essex.
8: Gabby Allen - £1.3 million
After appearing on season three, Gabby Allen has turned her Love Island time into a success by going on to release a fitness app and book Shape Up with Gabby Allen as well as collaborating with the fashion brand Quiz to release her own collection. Allen has also joined the many Love Islander's that have gone on to partner with the brand Boohoo as well as becoming a finalist in Celebrity Big Brother in 2018.
7: Kady McDermott - £1.3 million
Kady McDermott placed third in Love Island's second season along with Scott Thomas. Post-Villa, Kady and Scott used to make appearances at night clubs. McDermott has also released her own fitness and beauty brand as well as starring onThe Only Way is Essex.
6: Chris Hughes - £1.4 million
Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood finished third in Love Island's 2017 series and have since split, but not after they took part in a post Love Island show Chris & Olivia: Crackin' on. Hughes has also released an autobiography and presents ITV's horse-racing.
5: Kem Cetinay - £1.5 million
Kem Cetinay, co-winner of season three has gone on to sign quite a few deals resulting from his win with brands such as BooHoo Man. Kem has also competed on Dancing on Ice in 2018 and also starred in two spin-off shows alongside Chris Hughes Chris & Kem: Straight Outta Love Island and You Vs Chris & Kem.
4: Amber Davies - £1.6 million
It makes sense that the series's winners would go on to be quite successful and Amber Davies is no exception. Davies has gone on to star in Dolly Parton's West End musical 9 To 5 and even feature in her own ITVBe special, Amber and Dolly: 9 To 5, earning Davies £1.6 million.
3: Dani Dyer - £1.7 million
Dani Dyer is season four's winner alongside Jack Fincham as well as the daughter of actor Danny Dyer. It is believed that since then, Dyer has amassed about £1.7 million through brand collaborations as well as releasing her best-selling autobiography and has starred in a musical production of Nativity.
2: Amber Gill - £2 million
Our most recent winner Amber Gill swept up the crown with Irish rugby player Greg O'Shea who have since split up. Amber instead went on to become Love Island's fastest made millionaire after signing a deal with fashion label MissPapp making a cool £2 million.
1: Alex and Olivia Bowen - £4.4 million
This couple is one of the lucky lasting ones, starring in Love Island's second season and tied the knot in September 2018. Since the show, the couple has launched a fashion label Exempt Society and have become the richest contestants ever.