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The highest earning Love Island stars of all time have been revealed

The highest earning Love Island stars of all time have been revealed.

2022 contestants Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Gemma Owen are tipped to join the Love Island rich list after landing respective deals with OhPolly and PrettyLittleThing.

Earlier this week, PrettyLittleThing confirmed Gemma as their newest brand ambassador in a six-figure deal.

Gemma for PrettyLittleThing

While Ekin-Su’s deal with OhPolly has yet to be confirmed, the reported deal is worth over £1 million, making it the biggest fashion deal in Love Island history.

Meanwhile, the top ten richest former contestants have amassed their fortune through multi-million brand deals, TV appearances and sexy snaps.

Check out the rich list below:

1. Molly-Mae Hague: €5.2 million

 

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Following her appearance on the 2019 series, Molly-Mae Hague landed a six-figure deal with PrettyLittleThing, and in August 2021, she announced her role as Creative Director of the company.

According to The Sun, the 23-year-old made £1.2 (€1.4) million in profits at her company MMH Holdings, and £848,000 (€992,000) at her self-tanning brand, Filter by Molly-Mae.

The blonde beauty boasts 6.3 million Instagram followers, and recently bought a new £4 (€4.6) million home with her boxer boyfriend, Tommy Fury.

2. Dani Dyer: €3.6 million

 

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Dani Dyer, who is the daughter of Eastenders actor Danny Dyer, won the popular dating show in 2018.

Since then, she has fronted washing adverts with the catchphrase “Perf with Surf”, teamed up with online retailer InTheStyle and beauty brand SOSU by Suzanne Jackson for collaborations, and launched a podcast with her dad called Sorted with the Dyers.

The 25-year-old welcomed her first child Santiago, with her ex Sammy Kimmence in January 2021.

3. Maura Higgins: €2.9 million 

 

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Since her appearance on the 2019 series of Love Island, Irish beauty Maura Higgins has signed with Elite Model Agency, who boasts signings such as Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell.

The 31-year-old has also collaborated with fashion giant Boohoo and lingerie retailer Ann Summers, and reportedly bagged £500,000 (€584,000) from both deals.

In June 2020, the Longford native launched her own makeup range with Inglot, and she is also the host of RTÉ’s Glow Up Ireland.

4. Tommy Fury: €2.8 million

 

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Tommy Fury, 23, placed runner-up on Love Island 2019 alongside his multi-millionaire girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.

The younger bother of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, Tommy has an unbeaten boxing record and signed a reported six-figure deal to become the face of boohooMAN following his stint in the villa.

The sportsman moved into a £4 (€4.6) million mansion with Molly-Mae earlier this year.

5. Amber Gill: €2.3 million

 

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Amber Gill shot to fame after winning the 2019 series of Love Island alongside Irish star Greg O’Shea.

With an estimated net worth of £2 million (€2.3 million), she works as a brand ambassador for MissPap and is writing her own romance novel series.

6. Megan Barton Hanson: €2.3 million

2018 Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson launched her OnlyFans platform in March 2020.

The 28-year-old made well over £1 (€1.1) million in the last financial year and is also thought to have made a fortune selling sexy lingerie.

7. Liberty Poole: €1.9 million

 

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Liberty Poole rose to fame after the 2021 series of Love Island.

The Birmingham native is the face of Lola’s Lashes, which is stocked in Harrods, and has worked with Skinny Tan and lingerie brand Boux Avenue.

The 22-year-old also appeared on the latest season of Dancing On Ice.

8. Amber Davies: €1.9 million

 

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Amber, 25, landed a £500,000 (€584,000) deal with fashion brand Motel Rocks after winning the 2017 series with Kem Cetinay.

She has amassed 1.4 million Instagram followers, and landed her dream role in Dolly Parton’s West End musical 9 to 5.

9. Kem Cetinay: €1.6 million

 

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Essex hairdresser Kem Cetinay recently signed a six-figure deal with Primark to be the front grooming range, which includes hairdryers and CBD.

The 25-year-old co-hosts the Love Island podcast, Love Island: The Morning After, and was backstage host of Dancing on Ice.

Last year, he launched his restaurant, Array, in Essex.

10. Chris Hughes: €1.6 million

 

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Chris Hughes found love in the 2017 series with Olivia Attwood, and the pair began a reality show Chris and Olivia: Crackin’ On.

Following their breakup, Chris has become a regular presenter on ITV Racing and has amassed 2.2 million Instagram followers.

Richest Couple – Alex and Olivia Bowen: €5.9 million

 

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2016 runners-up Alex and Olivia Bowen have amassed a fortune of £5 million (€5.9 million).

The couple have secured themselves financially through brand endorsements, TV appearances and their fashion brand, Exempt Society.

In 2020, Olivia admitted that she could earn up to £50,000 (€59,000) per month.

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