- Love Island 2015: Where Are The Couples Now?
- All of the Love Island couples that are still together (and those that aren't)
Love Island 2015: Where Are The Couples Now?
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The summer reality TV show took over our lives last year, and we're expecting the same when it kicks off on June 4. But before we ready ourselves for countless conversations about recoupling, getting mugged off, and not putting all of your eggs in one basket, let's take a look at what some of the previous Islanders are up to now. Jess was, easily, the underdog throughout the ITV2 dating's show's inaugural series Jess has since moved on with someone new. There were a lot of back-and-forth spats, as well as plenty of sweet reconciliation - including the time Jon told her she made him feel like a unicorn.
While Hannah, 28 and Jon, 28, fell for each other in the Spanish villa, it didn't last back on British soil. She replied: "Of course I would. Oh my God. You're the best man I've ever met in my entire life. Yes, I'll be your wife. The couple returned to Spain later in the year as a make-or-break holiday, but called off their engagement in October He is a happiness coach, law of attraction master and YouTuber.
Since Love Island returned to our TV screens in , the show has grown in popularity year on year, with the fourth series coming to an end in July. Now that winners Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer have split again , we've decided to take a look at which couples from series one, two, three and four have stayed together. Last year was a bad one for break-ups! Adam claimed he was ' percent single' shortly after leaving the villa and, um, that was that. Kadam; gone but never forgotten.
But back to ó and what a season to kick off our now huge obsession. There were tears, tantrums, declarations of love, fall-outs, a meet-the-parents and even an engagement. Credit: ITV2. Starting things off with a bang, JB and Hannah Elizabeth were the first couple to pair up on day one. They argued a lot, but also had the most heartwarming kiss-and-make-up conversations. Jess Hayes was the underdog throughout the ITV2 series. She had quite a few rows, but became one of the most-loved girls in there, probably because she was so relatable.
All of the Love Island couples that are still together (and those that aren't)