After eight weeks of recouplings, dumpings, and drama; the winner of Love Island 2019 was officially revealed in Monday’s live final.
The live show saw the final four couples Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, Ovie Soko and India Reynolds, Greg O’Shea and Amber Gill and Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins face the public vote for the right to win the show.
After catching up with the final four, host Caroline Flack returned for the results. She revealed Curtis and Maura finished in fourth place, while Ovie and India were third. She then announced that Greg and Amber had gotten the most votes from the viewers and were the winners. Tommy and Molly-Mae being the runner up.
Following the result, the pair faced a prize money twist. They had to either split the prize money or one would steal it all. In the end, it was decided they would split it, awarding £25,000 each.
All the gossip on this year’s couples will be revealed on Sunday night when Caroline is joined by all the islanders in a reunion special.
Love Island returns in January for a brand new winter series on ITV 2 with host Caroline Flack.