Ex-Love Islander says Tommy and Molly 'didn't bring enough drama'

Ex-Love Islander says Tommy and Molly 'didn't bring enough drama'

The TV viewing figures were up slightly from 3.56 million for the climax of the 2018 series, won by Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, making this year's the most-watched Love Island final ever.

Love Island winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea will return to the United Kingdom today after scooping the £50,000 prize.

Tommy Fury liked newly-single TOWIE starlet Chloe Brockett's very sizzling snap, despite not sharing any posts featuring his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.

The final also saw Ovie Soko and India Reynolds come third, and Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins come fourth.


For instance, fans claimed she faked tears when Molly-Mae and Tommy agreed to take the next step and move in together.

Greg's cousin Kelvin Brown said he was not surprised Greg won the series, and gave Amber his seal of approval.

"Our Islanders will spend time in a luxury villa in the hope of finding love, but to remain in paradise they must win the hearts of the public and their fellow Islanders, who ultimately decide their fate on Love Island". They were each given an envelope by Caroline Flack.

"I'm screaming I literally told everyone I knew this would happen and they were all like "WHAT NO SHE REALLY LIKES HIM!" well b*tches I been knew x".


They are the first winning pair who have not been together for the majority of the series.

As a result, Amber & Greg each left the villa with £25,000.

Amber already has 2.1 million followers on Instagram, while Maura has 1.6 million and Ovie has 1.5 million. Although some fans considered Tommy and Molly-Mae, who were in a relationship for the duration of the show, to be a shoe-in for the prize money, an incredible 48.82 per cent voted for Amber and Greg.

The show, now in its fifth year, has proved such a hit that it has been confirmed to run for two series in 2020, with a winter show in South Africa.


Love Island: The Reunion will air on Sunday, August 4th on Virgin Media Two from 9pm.

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