As the 2020 Islanders join their predecessors, falling from the villa's dizzying heights of love, (with Ched Uzor and Jess Gale splitting back in May), we take a look back at who's still together from previous series - spoiler alert: it's not many.
The state of affairs in 2019 didn't look too promising after a series of shocking revelations including Curtis Pritchard cruelly dumping Amy Hart, Michael Griffiths dizzying triple head turn and Jordan Hames cracking on with India Reynolds just two days after asking Anna Vakili to be his girlfriend.
Even though Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury were the only finalists who were actually in a relationship, after Love Island ended, some of the other couples revealed they were exclusively dating or in a relationship, like Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard (spoiler #2 - it didn't last...).
Today, Molly and Tommy are the only Love Island 2019 couple still together (though a couple of the Islanders did recouple with other people 👀), which is unsurprising considering how few Love Island couples from series' past have actually lasted.
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So...onto the, errr, casualties:Hannah and Jonathan got engaged on the show but...that one didn't quite last.
They had the first ever Love Island baby but in September 2018 they confirmed they'd split.
Absolutely DID NOT work IRL. Neeext.
Still fancy Max in a huge way, not gonna lie.
Love Island 2016 winners Cara and Nathan were the stars of the show and went from strength to strength from the moment they set eyes on each other - aww. Now, they've got not one, but TWO little Love Island babies and and are very much happily married.
Olivia and Alex were one of our absolute fave couples from Love Island's second season buuut, fun fact, they didn't actually couple up until almost three weeks in ud83dudc40.They're now married and literally as strong as ever. We like to live vicariously through them, to be honest.
Jess was Love Island season three's 'bombshell' walk-in, and stole Dom from fellow Islander Montana Brown.Turns out, it was a smart decision because, these days, Jess and Dom are SO together, in fact, they got 'married' on Good Morning Britain on Valentine's Day 2017. They then got, y'know, properly married. And THEN, they welcomed a baby boy, aww.
An absolute success story of Love Island 2017, Jamie and Camilla and Jamie are still the cutest of couples and, to top it all off, they're engaged and THEY'VE ONLY HAD A BLOODY BABY.
They faced an obstacle when Maura entered the villa and turned Tommy's head but he decided to stick with Molly-Mae and the rest is history...They surprisingly came runner up during the Love Island 2019 final but they're still very much happily in a relationship and they now live together in a PLUSH apartment in Manchester.
Paige and Finn coupled up as soon as Finn entered the house as the one of the first boy bombshells and stayed thick as thieves throughout the whole series without even a hint of head turn. They've made things work on the outside, spending coronavirus lockdown at Paige's family home in Scotland, and have recently moved to Manchester. Finn's even been talking about proposing ud83dudc40.
Despite Siânnise struggling at the start thanks to her love rival Rebecca Gormley, Luke did eventually couple up with Siânnise and they remained together the whole time. They spent coronavirus lockdown in Luton with Luke's fam and have recently moved into a flat in the capital. They've even bought a puppy together.
Callum broke the heart of fan favourite Shaughna Phillips when he returned to the main villa from Casa Amor with Molly. But the new couple turned out to be super sweet.Back in the UK, they are still going strong and, in November 2020, the pair moved in together.
The nation WASN'T pleased when Nas returned from Casa Amor with Eva, leaving Demi single, and the couple were the next to be booted. Despite spending lockdown apart, they met up (at a safe distance!) throughout the pandemic and have gone official with their relationship. From the looks of it, the pair have even moved in together.
Adam claimed he was '100 percent single' shortly after leaving the villa and, um, that was that. #Kadam; gone but never forgotten.
At least they lasted 18 months. Not bad going...
Scott and Kady managed a year before splitting in 2017.
He did date fellow Love Island-er Emma-Jane Woodhams eight months in actual real life before calling it a day. AH WELL.
Gabby dumped Marcel after he was apparently caught cheating as they holidayed TOGETHER. Blimey.
Sam seems to be doing alright for himself on Geordie Shore, so we don't think he's too gutted.
The couple were plagued with cheating rumours throughout their relationship (who can forget that whole Chris Hughes and Katie Price debacle?). Since their ITVBe show Crackin' On ended, Olivia's confirmed she's back with ex-boyfriend Bradley Dack and they're now engaged.
Oh it was never gonna last, was it?
These two split just weeks after returning to the UK. Sad times.
You know how this one went. Sam accused Georgia of cheating on him with her ex, which she denied. It's safe to say they didn't split on the best of terms.
Zara and Adam called it quits at the beginning of 2019. WAH. She's now dating Made in Chelsea's Sam Thompson.
Josh and Kaz announced their split in February 2019, with Kaz saying, "Sometimes things don't go the way you planned, but you have to be grateful for the journey. Thank you for everything especially showing me how to love myself again."
Frankie reportedly cheated on Samira and that was that. Done. Over. thank u, next.
There's no bad blood between Laura and Paul, but they split just months after making it to the final of the show.
Dani released a statement via Instagram Stories (how very 2018) announcing the winning 2018 couple had SPLIT, before they got back together just days later. Hmm. However fast forward to April 2019 and Jack announced they'd split. Dani's had a baby boy with partner Sammy Kimmence and Jack became a dad in 2020.
Amber and Greg were together for less than two weeks but managed to win over the nation and Love Island 2019. But before they could even make things official they split, with Greg reportedly dumping Amber by text.
Probably one of the most shocking Love Island recouplings was definitely Maura and Curtis. Against all odds the pair made it to the final and weeks after leaving the villa they became an official couple. They lasted eight months before splitting, with Maura linked to her Dancing on Ice co star and reports they'd been keeping up a 'showmance' for months.Maura HAD been dating fellow islander Chris Taylor, but earlier this month, the pair announced they'd called their relationship quits.
Ovie and India have definitely been the most successful bombshells of all time. The basketball player entered the villa during Casa Amor and India joined the show just weeks before the final. Needless to say, we were obsessed with them but they've since called it quits.
Belle and Anton just missed out on the Love Island final and didn't seem to be spending a whole lot of time together back in the UK. Sure enough they split after five weeks, with Belle reportedly freaked out by his Craig David obsession. There's since been speculation that they'll reunite but nothing came of it.
Despite being latecomers to the Love Island villa, Harley and Chris won the public over - even after their drama following the Sidebar of Shame challenge. Two weeks after leaving the villa they called it quits and Chris then started dating Maura (spoiler: they've now broken up, too)
Jourdan and Danny left the villa shortly after the Casa Amor stint and after confirming they were in a relationship they moved in together. However in October, Jourdan ended their relationship following reports Danny was partying with random women.
Michael left us - and the villa - shook when he decided to recouple with Joanna, leaving Amber single. Despite the awkwardness, Michael and Joanna seemed to kind of be working - until she was dumped from the island and then he said he still has feelings for Amber. He was then dumped from the villa and Joanna was then spotted 'kissing' Michael at a festival. Michael has since sparked rumours that he's recoupled with another Casa Amor star.
Lucie and Joe had a rough time in the Love Island villa, especially after the sandwich maker was accused of "gaslighting" his other half. Post villa they revisited their relationship back in the UK but split in late 2019.Lucie is now dating Love Island 2020's Luke Mabbott.
Luke and Demi were the shock last minute couple who made it to the final after their respective rollercoaster rides in the villa.They lasted a valiant four months but spending lockdown apart meant they were the first to split in June. Luke is now dating Love Island 2019 star Lucie.
Jess was left heartbroken when her twin, Eve, was the first to be dumped from the villa and struggled to form a connection with any of the lads - until Ched showed up during Casa Amor. They made it to fourth place but split due to being separated during lockdown.
Connor and Sophie were an original couple but when Connor was dumped from the villa and Sophie didn't follow, the future became uncertain. They did hook up again after arriving back in the UK but never went official and last featured on each others' social media back in February.
Despite surviving a worldwide coronavirus pandemic together, the pair called it a day in June 2021, just over a year after they met.
Lucinda left viewers shook when she moved on from Brad McClelland just two days after he sacrificed his place in the villa for her. Aaron and Lucinda were together for a couple of weeks before they found themselves dumped from the island following a public vote. Plot twist though, just 72 hours after landing back in Blighty, Lucinda announced that she and Aaron were just friends. She was then pictured holding hands with BRAD on a night out in Brighton, declaring that it 'was early days'. BLIMEY
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The first ever winter series of the show saw a new cast of singles fly out to South Africa and AMAZINGLY, over a year on, a load of them are still together.
Now, call us cynics but we think it MIGHT have something to do with the coronavirus lockdown, as many of the couples have been isolating with their other halves and continuing their together-every-minute-of-every-day existences back in the UK.
The ones that haven't, and have been living in different cities, have split due to the "impossible situation" of not being able to see each other. It will be interesting to see how many survive the shift back to normality and drunk nights out...
21st June will reveal all, if you ask us.
At least, after no summer Love Island in 2020, we've finally had confirmation that this year's show will be going ahead 🙌.