What Do They Win On Love Island All Stars?
19 February 2024, 15:11
Do the winners of Love Island All Stars get a cash prize? Here's the confirmed prize money amount.
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It's not long until we find out who wins this year's Love Island All Stars but since this isn't the cast's first rodeo and most of them have established celebrity careers now, viewers are wondering if the winners will be given the usual £50,000 prize money.
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In the final of Love Island, which will be hosted by Maya Jama, the winning couple are given the opportunity to choose sharing the money 50/50 or one of them could also sneakily choose to go home with all the cash themselves if they select the correct envelope.
What do they win on Love Island All Stars?
They win money! Just like the on the regular series of Love Island the All Stars winners will receive a big cash prize if they win the show after the public vote.
How much is the Love Island prize?
The cash prize is a whopping £50,000. Any of the veteran islanders, like Georgia Steel and Toby Aromolaran or Molly Smith and Tom Clare, could be walking away with the cash if the public votes them as the winners.
The winning pair will take home the prize money alongside their healthy pay packets for just appearing on the show.
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Do the Love Island winners share the prize money?
At the end of Love Island All Stars the couple voted as the public's winners will be given an envelope each, just like they do in the regular series. One of the envelopes will contain nothing and the other will contain the sum prize of £50,000.
Whoever gets the prize money will then have to decide if they are going to share the money with their partner (£25,000 each) or take it all for themselves.
In Love Island's history we've never seen anyone run off with the money - but could All Stars be the start of firsts?
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