Who has won each season of Love Island since the ITV show started in 2015?

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(Love Island/Instagram)

The 2022 series of Love Island is well underway, with another line-up of singletons walking into the villa in the hopes of finding love.

From footballer Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma Owen, to 22-year-old student Liam Llewellyn, this year’s contestants are undoubtedly impressive, but it’s still too early in the season to tell who’ll walk away from the villa with the £50,000 prize.

Since 2015, the show has seen many couples find love, with some staying together, and others breaking up.

But, who are the previous winners of Love Island? Here’s everything you need to know.

Who has won each season of Love Island since the ITV show started in 2015?

  • Liam Reardon and Millie Court – Series 7 (2021)

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(Love Island/Instagram)

Liam and Millie emerged as the 2021 champions of Love Island, beating Day 1 couple Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran as well as Faye Winter and Teddy Soares to that £50,000 prize money.

On July 13, the couple announced that they’d split up after a year of dating. They won the £50,000 prize on Love Island in 2021 and the duo had been living together since last September.

However, the pair have decided to go their separate ways with both of them admitting they were “gutted” their romance was over in separate statements on social media.

  • Paige Turley and Finn Tapp – Series 6 (2020)

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(Love Island)

Paige and Finn are looking to last the course and are still together after becoming the first ever Winter Love Island winners.

In April, Paige addressed rumours that the couple had split, saying on her social media: Guys, now I’ve seen a lot of articles but that one has got to be up there...EASTER APART?! The actual toxicness that we can’t spend a week apart, he’s had two f*****g years of me, give the guy a break!”

  • Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea – Series five (2019)

Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea pictured during a romantic photocall (Rex Features)
Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea pictured during a romantic photocall (Rex Features)

Amber and Greg split up a few weeks after they left the villa, with Greg returning to his career in rugby, and Amber becoming a successful social media influencer, with 2 million followers.

  • Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer – Series 4 (2018)

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(Getty/ WireImage)

Unfortunately, after dating for six months and purchasing a puppy together, while sharing a house, Jack and Dani’s relationship fell apart, meaning Jack missed the golden opportunity of having Danny Dyer as his father-in-law.

  • Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies – Series 3 (2017)

Split: Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies (Stuart C. Wilson/Getty)
Split: Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies (Stuart C. Wilson/Getty)

Kem and Amber’s relationship did not last long after they left the villa and they broke up around six months later.

Professionally, they are the most successful couple to emerge from the show, with Kem becoming a well-known face in the UK through stints on shows such as Dancing On Ice, as well as regularly hosting This Morning.

Amber was cast in a role in 9 to 5, seeing her success rise on the stage.

  • Cara De la Hoyde and Nathan Massey – Series 2 (2016)

Cara and Nathan separated after they won the show in 206, but Cara discovered she was pregnant and the baby brought them back together.

Since the birth of their first son Freddie, they have also welcomed a daughter, Delilah, in July.

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(Ian West/PA Wire)
  • Jessica Hayes and Max Morley – Series 1 (2015)

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(ITV)

Jess and Max were the first ever winners of the revamped version of Love Island, and the couple sadly split up after just six weeks together after leaving the villa.

Since then, Max has travelled the world, and Jess has moved on with new flame Dan Lawry, and they have a child together, Presley.

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