The 26 cast members of Love Island who ended up becoming millionaires

I’m trying not to be jealous, I really am


Love Island has produced millionaires in every single series. The cast members leave the villa and they’re all fully-fledged influencers and celebs, with huge careers in the public eye ahead of them.

And yes, lots of them are literally millionaires now. From book deals, to presenting roles and launching their own companies and impressive brand deals – the money making doesn’t stop. Here are all the people who became famous on Love Island and went on to become millionaires. Read and weep.

Davide Sanclimenti

Net worth: £1million

via Instagram @davidesancli

So, let’s just address it straight away – Davide was a millionaire before he’d even stepped foot in the villa. He is the owner and director of a shisha company. He’s since gone on to have a number of brand deals, including a “mega collaboration” with BoohooMAN, and his own TV show with Ekin-Su.

Siannise Fudge

Net worth: £1million

via Instagram @siannisefudge

Siannise Fudge, who was on the winter version of the series in 2020, is thought to have earned around a million pounds since appearing on the show. She’s believed to have made tens of thousands of her fortune through TikTok!

Wes Nelson

Net worth: £1million

via Instagram @wes.nelson

Wes Nelson was in the villa in 2018, and then said he had become a millionaire by 21. He’s now 24, and among the most successful people who started out on the show. Straight after Love Island, he reportedly raked in over £300k from club appearances, then had a huge brand deal with BoohooMAN. He’s appeared on TV shows such as Dancing On Ice and Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins. Most recently he’s launched a successful music career, with his single Nice To Meet Ya going viral on TikTok.

Jack Fincham

Net worth: £1million

All the cast members of Love Island who went on to become millionaires and their huge net worths

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Jack Fincham, who won Love Island 2018 alongside Dani Dyer, is reportedly worth £1million. Jack did some sponsored posts and club appearances straight after leaving Love Island. He released his own clothing range, and partnered with brands such as McDonald’s and Protein World – a bit of tonal whiplash there.

Gemma Owen

Net worth: “Over” £1million

via Instagram @gemowen_1

Gemma has been in-demand since leaving the 2022 villa, and now has a reported net worth “in excess of a million pounds”. Gemma was announced as PrettyLittleThing’s brand ambassador, signing a year long contract, and has also partnered with jewellery brand Abbott Lyon. She also did a very cursed advert with Amazon, but the less we say about that the better.

Jessica Hayes

Net worth: £1.1million

via Instagram @jessicahayesx_

Jessica won series one with Max Morely. Jess has made the majority of her money through Instagram influencing, as well as working with brands such as MissPap. She’s now worth just over a million pounds.

Olivia Attwood

Net worth: £1.2million

via Instagram @oliviajade_attwood

After being on the show in 2017, Olivia is now an ITV staple face, having appeared on a show with Chris Hughes when they left Love Island together, TOWIE, I’m A Celeb and Olivia Meets her Match. She reportedly earns up to £3,000 per Instagram post and had two major deals with I Saw It First, with the first reportedly bringing in £500k.

Gabby Allen

Net worth: £1.3million

All the cast members of Love Island who went on to become millionaires and their huge net worths

via Instagram @gabbydawnallen

After being on Love Island, Gabby Allen has become very successful. She founded her own fitness app, which at one point became the number one downloaded app in the App Store, and has done a number of brand deals and paid Instagram posts. Gabby released a book with her fitness guide, too.

Kady McDermott

Net worth: £1.3million

via Instagram @kadymcdermott

It’s believed 2016 star Kady McDermott is worth £1.3million. After Love Island, Kady launched her own fitness and beauty brands. She has also become a cast member on TOWIE.

Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey

Net worth: £1.3million

via Instagram @cara_delahoyde

Series two winners, Cara and Nathan, are married, so following the what’s mine is yours rule, they have a combined net worth. The pair, who now have two children, are worth a reported £1.3million since being on the show. They went on TOWIE for a bit after Love Island, too.

Adam Collard

Net worth: £1.3million

via Instagram @adamcollard

Adam has a net worth of £1.3million, which has mainly come from his fitness business and endorsements since he was first on the show. He runs a personal training business and gym, and in an interview admitted the reason he went back on Love Island was to get himself a second gym and make loads of money. At least he’s honest.

Chris Hughes

Net worth: £1.4million

All the cast members of Love Island who went on to become millionaires and their huge net worths

via Instagram @chrishughesofficial

Chris left the 2017 series with Olivia Attwood, and straight away had his tainted show with her, in which they awkwardly broke up. He then released his own single Little Bit Leave It with Kem Cetinay, released a book and went on to present live horse racing coverage with ITV Racing.

Kem Cetinay

Net worth: £1.5million

via Instagram @kemcetinay

Kem won the 2017 series with Amber Davies. He then went on to make loads of money in brand deals, he released his own single Little Bit Leave It with Chris Hughes, appeared on Dancing on Ice and MasterChef, and has his own restaurant. Kem’s net worth took a huge boost when he signed a seven-figure deal with Primark, to create his own men’s grooming collection. This is the biggest ever brand deal with a male cast member from Love Island.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu

Net worth: £1.6million

via Instagram @ekinsuofficial

Straight after she left the villa as the winner, Ekin-Su was backed to be the most in-demand Islander of all time. She’s secured multiple brand deals, and a new travel show with Davide – so yes, she’s thriving. Her net worth is said to be £1.6million, following a £1million deal with Oh Polly, followed by another deal with hair brand, Beauty Works. Ekin-Su has just secured a third deal on top of these, signing with BPerfect Cosmetics.

Just to top all this off, she is also going to be appearing in the next series of Dancing on Ice, which she is believed to be being payed £100k for.

Liberty Poole

Net worth: £1.7million

via Instagram @libertypoolex

Liberty is the most successful Islander of last year’s cohort and she’s set to be one of the most successful Love Island contestants there has ever been. Since walking out of the Love Island 2021 villa, Liberty Poole has signed four huge brand deals, which together have paved her way to becoming a multi-millionaire.

Amber Davies

Net worth: £2million

All the cast members of Love Island who went on to become millionaires and their huge net worths

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Amber, who won with Kem, has a fortune of an estimated £2million. After leaving the villa she returned to acting, with a roles in the West End musicals 9 to 5 and Bring It On. She also had a £500k deal with Motel Rocks.

Millie Court

Net worth: £2million

via Instagram @milliegracecourt

By now, winning half of the £50k on the show is just a drop in the ocean for Millie, who has a current net worth of £2million. She signed a huge brand deal fresh out the 2021 villa, which was said at the time to be the biggest signed by an Islander in history. Millie signed what was believed to be a multi-million pound deal which saw her become the global face of ASOS.

After then, the brand deals continued to come, and come, and she’s now said to be making £10k a week from Insta.

Megan Barton-Hanson

Net worth: £2million

All the cast members of Love Island who went on to become millionaires and their huge net worths

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After Love Island, Megan made herself a net worth of an estimated £2million. She became an ambassador for PrettyLittleThing and lingerie brand Ann Summers, she runs a successful OnlyFans account, is a columnist for Vice and is a podcast host.

Amber Gill

Net worth: £2million

via Instagram @amberrosegill

Amber won the 2019 series, and then went on to become a millionaire. Shortly after leaving the villa she signed a £1million deal with MissPap, which was, at the time, the biggest deal in Love Island history. She also launched a health and fitness brand, and has made loads of money through influencing and paid advertising. Amber also signed a book deal with Mills & Boon for her first novel called “Until I Met You”.

Tommy Fury

Net worth: £2.4million

via Instagram @tommyfury

After leaving the 2019 Love Island villa, Tommy Fury continued his career as a boxer – which alone has made him a millionaire. He can also reportedly charge £7,500 per Instagram post.

Maura Higgins

Net worth: £2.5million

via Instagram @maurahiggins

Maura is believed to be worth £2.5million after being on Love Island. She’s been on a number of other TV shows and had loads of brand deals – two of which being among some of the biggest with any Islander ever. She signed two £500k deals in quick succession – one was with Boohoo as a brand ambassador and the other was a partnership with Ann Summers on a swimwear deal. Maura has continued to work with Ann Summers, on a number of lingerie shoots and different collections. Now, she’s signed with a huge world-renowned modelling agency.

Dani Dyer

Net worth: £3.1million

via Instagram @danidyerxx

Dani Dyer is the most successful contestant from the 2018 series. She’s worth £3.1million, off the back of being in TV adverts, having her own clothing range, being in TV shows, releasing a book and charging thousands in paid Instagram posts. She had a huge £500k deal with In The Style to design and model her own range, and it resulted in being one of the best selling ranges of all time for the online brand. Off the back of that, she’s launched another collection with the brand.

Alex and Olivia Bowen

Net worth: £5million

via Instagram @oliviadbowen

Alex and Olivia are the biggest power couple of Love Island, having fast become millionaires after getting together on the show. Since they’re married, their net worth is now combined and together they are worth a huge £5million. Together they’ve launched a clothing brand, done loads of sponsored deals and appearances, had TV shows and presenting gigs and now own a huge mansion together. They really are all types of goals.

Molly-Mae Hague

Net worth: £6million

via Instagram @mollymae

Molly-Mae Hague is the queen of Love Island. You want the blueprint of how to use your platform on the show and go places? It’s right here. After the villa she had a huge £500k deal with PrettyLittleThing, launched her own tanning brand called Filter, and has the highest Instagram following of all Islanders ever – which according to PilotFishMedia means she charge an eye watering £65,000 per Instagram post. Yes, really.

All together, she now has four companies registered in her name, that have been valued as being worth £2million. As well as this, Molly-Mae has made millions from her influencing and brand work, as well as being Creative Director for PrettyLittleThing.

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