The Love Island's Rich List:The Stars Making Millions
Love Island series serves as a stepping stone for hopeful Islanders to successful careers in online influencing, clothing lines, club appearances and TV . Many have launched their own companies and have become successful. The dating show sees stars compete for the coveted prize of £50,000
Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen:£4.5million
Former sales executive Olivia and ex-scaffolder Alex, who tied the knot in September 2018, have been working hard since their stint on the show four years ago.
Olivia managed to scoop her first clothing collaboration with MissPap, while her partner fronted a boohooMAN campaign months later.
The couple secured a lucrative £25,000 magazine deal for their wedding and started their own clothing line, Exempt Society, which is expected to rake in £950,000 over the next two years.
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury - £2m
Molly-Mae landed a £500,000 deal with PrettyLittleThing after leaving the show before she launched her own fake tan brand, Filter by Molly-Mae.
Tommy has teamed up with brands such as boohooMAN, Strong Roots and even Hellmann.
Amber Gill - £2m
She broke records by signing a whopping £1million deal with online clothing retailer MissPap.
She is estimated to earn up to £10,000 for promotional social media posts, which have featured brands such as EOS and Just Eat.
The reality star even enjoyed a stint as a guest panellist on daytime chat show Loose Women, and launched an agony aunt-style podcast, Reality Check, with co-stars Anna Vakili and Yewande Biala.
Megan Barton Hanson - £2m
Megan Barton Hanson, 26, was eyed up by a series of big brands after leaving the show, which landed her PrettyLittleThing and Isle of Paradise ambassador roles.
Megan also returned to TV last year to take part in Celebs Go Dating following her failed romance with co-star Wes Nelson.
Dani Dyer - £1.7m
Actress Dani Dyer has reportedly earned £1.7million after winning £50,000 with her now ex-boyfriend Jack Fincham.
Instagram posts can see her makein £15,000, while she also collaborated with Cadbury, Lucozade and In The Style - rumoured to have bagged her over £750,000.
Amber Davies - £1.6m
Amber Davies got a good start after she left villa after winning the prize money with her former boyfriend Kem Cetinay in 2017.
She landed a £500,000 clothing deal with Motel Rocks, according to OK! Magazine also charges £5,000 for personal appearances, £10,000 per Instagram snap
Kem Cetinay - £1.5m
The hairdresser from Essex, 24, has also broken records since his appearance on Love Island by becoming the first ever male ambassador for Primark.
He also signed a lucrative deal with boohooMAN and has worked with McDonald's and Sainsbury's.
Chris Hughes - £1.4m
Chris, 27, along with his ex Olivia Attwood starred in their own show Chris & Olivia: Crackin' on shortly after finding love in the 2017 series.
He has since signed lucrative deals with McDonald's, Jaffa Cakes, Carphone Warehouse and First Choice, as well as a collaboration with Topman for boxer shorts.
Gabby Allen - £1.3m
Personal trainer Gabby Allen, 27, launched her own fitness app and reportedly signed another £100,000 deal with another app too.
She has also authored Shape Up with Gabby Allen, her own cookbook in which she shares her diet and workout tips in hopes to overhaul the customer's lifestyle within four weeks.
Kady McDermott - £1.3m
She launched her own beauty line, By Kady, and fitness programme, Body Goals By Kady. Kady McDermott, who appeared on season two found love with Scott Thomas.