OVER the past six years Love Island has gone on to see a number of impressive success stories.
Whether that be that they managed to find The One or pocketed in a huge amount of cash after their stint on the Spettacolo ITV2.
Many have also managed to make money from their stint on the programme by changing their career paths.
Whether that be from posting ads on Instagram, starring in West End musicals, or presenting ITV horse racing – they’ve done it all.
Let’s have a look at Love Island’s incredible success stories from over the years…
Molly-Mae, 22, starred in the first ever series of winter Love Island back in 2019.
The beauty found love with boxer Tommy Fury and arguably they are one of the show’s most successful love stories.
tuttavia, Molly – who has recently been named Pretty Little Thing’s new creative director – has also been victorious in cashing in A LOT of money over the past two years.
After she left the villa we reported how Molly secured a £500,000 deal with PLT.
L'anno successivo le arrivò un affare ancora più redditizio da 600.000 sterline,and in March this year an impressive £1m deal with the fashion brand.
She also makes money from the sales of her own fake tan range Filter by Molly-Mae, sponsored posts on Instagram and collaborations with beauty brands.
Olivia and Alex Bowen
Olivia, 27, and Alex, 30, met back in 2016 on the second series of the reality show and are the definition of couple goals.
Two years later they tied the knot in Essex and have gone on to build themselves a very successful empire together.
Olivia has managed to make a lot of money by sponsored Instagram posts with a number of brands including Easilocks hair, Miss Empire, Skin Republic, Dominos and utan.
Alex also has a number of deals with Lonsdale, Gym King and Hera.
They both also share their own clothing brand Exempt Society, their own own TV show on TLC, and have set up The Bowen Homes Ltd to transform their own Wolverhampton property to put on the market.
This means that the pair are now reportedly worth £4.5m.
The star is worth £2.2m as she reportedly charges up to £15,000 for each Instagram post.
She’s worked with the likes of Mamas And Papas, Getting Personal, My Babiie, In The Style and Oral B.
Dani gave birth to her son Santiago back in January 2021, but when she’s not looking after the tot, she’s pursuing her acting career.
The mum starred in BBC soap EastEnders alongside her dad as cab driver called Jeanette.
Prima Alex, 30, entered the villa he worked as a doctor in A&E.
After his stint on the show in 2018, he returned to the ward to help those in need and has continued to do his bit for society.
La stella – who sadly lost his younger brother Llyr to suicide in July 2020 – was appointed Youth Mental Health Ambassador by Prime Minister Boris Johnson earlier this year.
Before starring on the third series of Love Island in 2017, Chris, 28, made a living out of posing for pictures.
Shortly after his stint – where he placed third alongside Olivia Attwood – the reality star managed to bag himself a number of different career opportunities.
He showed off his creative side with his his song “Little Bit Leave It”, which placed at number 15 in the UK chart.
Chris also starred in a number of reality shows including Chris and Olivia: Crackin’ Sopra, You Vs. Chris & Kem and Me, My Brother And Our Balls.
Da 2019 he has worked with ITV Racing to present live horse racing.
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Ambra, 24 – who is reportedly worth £1.7m – has totally changed her career since shooting to fame in 2017.
The star used to work as a dancer at night club Cirque Le Soir before the show, but now her Instagram bio states: “tv, Theatre & Attrice”.
She starred in West End musical 9 per 5 nel 2019, is due to be in upcoming musical Bring It ON and is currently in BBC’s Almost Never.
Cara De La Hoyde e Nathan Massey
Metodo, 31, and Nathan, 29, rose to fame in 2016 on the second season of Love Island.
They hit it off immediately and managed to win the show after viewers fell in love with their hilarious banter.
Their journey hasn’t always been smooth as they decided to end their relationship for a short period of time, but soon realised they couldn’t loive without each other.
The two share Freddie, cinque, and Delilah, uno.
Geordie lass Ambra, 23, won series five back in 2019 with Irish hunk Greg O’Shea.
She has managed to make a small fortune over the years and is now reportedly worth £2m.
The beauty signed a £1m deal with Miss Pap after leaving the villa and an make over £6,000 per sponsored post on Instagram.
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