Love Island UK Winners: Who Won Every Series And Where Are They Now?
17 August 2021, 16:22
Remember Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies the winners of Love Island 2017? How about Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham in 2018? Here are all the winners of Love Island from previous years and what they’re doing now.
Love Island UK has returned this year with a bang and the Islanders have been keeping fans entertained amid all the savage twists and drama.
Of course, this season has seen the likes of a fair few couples who are still super loved-up including Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish, Millie Court and Liam Reardon and Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank.
As we approach the 2021 Love Island final, we take a look back at our previous winners of the show, from Jessica Hayes and Max Morley, to Paige Turley and Finn Tapp, as sadly, not many of them have stayed together.
Here are all the past Love Island winners from 2015 to 2020 and what they’re up to now:
Love Island winners 2015: Jessica Hayes and Max Morley
They were the first winners of the new series and fans had high hopes for them both but sadly, just six weeks later, they revealed they split.
Jess is now a mum to baby boy Presley who she had with boyfriend Dan Lawry.
Max is also still living his best life travelling to exotic locations all over the world.
Love Island winners 2016: Cara De la Hoyde and Nathan Massey
Good news, they’re still together! Cara and Nathan briefly split after nine months of winning but during their break, Cara found out she was pregnant with the couple’s son, Freddie.
The baby brought them closer together and now they’re married with a second baby, daughter Delilah who was born in July last year.
Love Island winners 2017: Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies
Everyone wanted these two to go the distance but sadly, after six months together outside of the villa, Kem and Amber announced their break up.
They have both been highly successful since their time together. Kem is a regular presenter on ITV Amber has been living her dream on stage in musical 9 to 5.
Love Island winners 2017: Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer
They were the villa winners from the beginning as their cheeky romance had everyone predicting big things for them.
After winning in 2017, they quickly moved in together and even bought a puppy. However, after six months, and many split rumours, Dani and Jack ended things for good.
Since then, Jack has become a proud dad and Dani has been working hard alongside her dad and has also had some presenting gigs.
Love Island winners 2019: Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea
After surprising everyone by winning Love Island 2019 after only a few weeks of getting to know one another, it seems a fairytale ending wasn't meant to be for these two as they broke up just weeks after the final.
But life is still good for both Amber and Greg. Amber is now a huge Instagram influencer with over two million followers and Greg is back to his rugby career. They're both also travelling the globe and posting loads of envious photos on Instagram.
Love Island winners 2020: Paige Turley and Finn Tapp
Paige and Finn were meant to be from the moment they met on Love Island's winter series in South Africa in 2020, winning the show and of course splitting the £50,000 prize money.
The couple moved in together into a plush pad in Manchester together last year after living with Paige's parents throughout lockdown.