Let's not lie, Love Island was iconic in 2019.
We had Amber Gill remaining a true queen, we were first introduced to Molly-Mae Hague, and Maura Higgins putting Tom Walker in his place was hilarious.
Also, remember when Yewande Biala said that iconic "have a nice life" line? Michael Griffiths mugged Amber Gill off but then changed his mind when Joanna Chimonides was dumped and Sherif Lanre got kicked off the show nine days into the series...
After Amber and Greg O'Shea were crowned the winners of Love Island 2019 the Islanders have gone on to land presenting gigs, become ambassadors for clothing brands and a few of them have been racking in the cash - with one of the stars becoming a millionaire weeks after the show ended.
Love Island 2019 stars might be the most successful bunch of the lot, so we thought now is as good of a time as ever to see what the 36 (yes, really) Islanders are doing now.
Check out: Love Island 2019 cast - where are they now?
Yewande Biala - arrived day one, dumped day 22
Age: 22From: Dublin, IrelandOccupation: scientist Celebrity crush: Anthony JoshuaYewande was the fifth Islander to leave the villa after Danny decided to recouple with Arabella, leaving the scientist single. She's since revealed the one mistake she made during her time on the show and reunited with Arabella on Aftersun.
Are the Love Island 2019 couples still together?
There's only one couple from Love Island 2019 series that's still together and it's Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury of course. The couple are still going strong despite their busy career and celebrated their second anniversary last year. The pair have even discussed marriage and kids, so watch this space...
It might come as a shock to viewers who branded Molly as 'Money Mae' during her time in the villa and Anton Danyluk who accused her of playing a game - shortly after she pied him.
Is Love Island 2019 on the ITV Hub?
It's no longer on the ITV Hub however you can watch it on Britbox.
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Who won Love Island in 2019?
Despite being mugged off by Michael Griffiths when he returned from Casa Amor with Joanna Chimonides, Amber Gill still managed to win the show.
She was in a friendship couple with BFF Ovie Soko for quite some time but the last bombshell to enter the villa - Greg O'Shea - managed to sweep her off her feet and the rest is history.
Well, they've since split (after he dumped her via text) but at least they both bagged 25k.
Love Island 2019 voting results
Despite Tommy and Molly-Mae being in an actual relationship in the villa, Amber and Greg won Love Island in 2019 with almost 50% of the votes.
Greg and Amber had 48.82% of the votes, Tommy and Molly-Mae were in second place with 25.56% of the votes, bombshells Ovie Soko and India Reynolds came in third place with 18.21% of the votes and in fourth place was Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins with 7.4%.
If you want to apply for the next series of Love Island then fear not, we've got your back...
Former Love Island stars have also opened up and revealed all their tips, tricks and advice on being successful during the audition process.
Amy Hart has even shared a video of her audition to give everyone some inspiration and we have to admit it's very creative.
There's still time to fill out the Love Island series 8 application form on the ITV website - you could be a successfully late bombshell like Greg (who won with Amber).
Oh and make sure you've read the rules for inside the villa so you don't do a Sherif and get kicked off the show.