Love Island 2019 Couples: Who's Coupled Up With Who And Which Islanders Are Still Together?
26 July 2019, 16:38 | Updated: 26 July 2019, 16:46
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The Love Island couples have been changing quicker than we expected, especially after the islanders’ stint in Casa Amor, but there are one or two couples who viewers have high hopes for, and some who fans are predicting won't be successful on the outside.
If you’re struggling to keep up with who’s coupled up with who as the final episode fast approaches, here’s everything you need to know.
Anton and Belle
Anton Danyluk may have finally found success in the villa with Belle Hassan, following weeks of love triangles and rejection. Belle first won Anton over when they shared a bed, as things got steamy quickly as she tickled his back.
The couple have had one or two explosive rows, with Anton saying he wanted to call things off at one point, but they've since moved past it and seem to be getting stronger as the final draws closer.
Curtis and Maura
Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart were the couple we all thought would last forever, but just four weeks into their villa stint Curtis had his head turned by Jourdan Riane and doubts about his blossoming romance were sparked, resulting in him dumping Amy. Days later he turned his attentions to Maura Higgins and the couple have continued to tell each other they're having the most fun they've had since joining the villa.
Molly-Mae and Tommy
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague fast became one of fans’ favourite couples in the villa, after remaining together since the second week of the series following a brief love triangle with Maura. Their emotional reunion had viewers in tears when Molly returned from Casa Amor, as she was convinced he had recoupled with another girl.
Amber and Greg
Amber Gill had a tumultuous few weeks in the villa after former flame Michael Griffiths dumped her for Joanna Chimonides.
But after weeks of heartache, she may have finally found happiness in Irish rugby player Greg O'Shea, who took her on a first date "because she deserved it" and continued to woo her with his gentlemanly ways.
Ovie and India
Ovie had a few weeks of the single life after now-dumped islander Anna Vakili dumped him, but when India Reynolds arrived in the villa she made a beeline for the basketball player and after just a few days they shared their first kiss.
The sportsman is one of the firm favourite Love Island 2019 stars, with viewers often joking he should "win the £50k alone".
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