Love Island 2022 rich list: How much the Islanders are predicted to earn after the villa

Making bank is what our girl Ekin-Su deserves


It’s the tale as old as time now: People go on Love Island and become influencers. We just know the cast of Love Island 2022 are going to leave the villa and are predicted to earn hundreds of thousands. MyBettingSites has put some numbers to those facts, and worked out just how much the Islanders this year will be earning on Instagram after the show.

The methodology for the predictions is quite simple – given the average price for a branded post per one million followers is around £4k and the average Love Islander with over a million followers posts six branded posts per month – using their follower count you can roughly estimate how much they will earn per year. Here is how much the remaining Love Island 2022 Islanders are predicted to earn on Instagram.

Andrew Le Page – £80k per year

How much the cast of Love Island 2022 are predicted to earn on Instagram

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Andrew might be predicted to earn the lowest out of the Love Island 2022 cast that remains, but £80k per year is still very good going. He’s estimated to end the show on around 280k followers, and he could charged around £1.1k per post.

Dami Hope – £95k per year

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Dami is the second lowest earner, predicted to make just under £100k a year from Instagram. He’s projected to end the show with around 333k followers, which could allow him to charge around £1.3k per post.

Tasha Ghouri – £131k per year

How much the cast of Love Island 2022 are predicted to earn on Instagram

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Surprisingly, Tasha is quite low down on this list. But she’s still expected to make well over £100k a year from Instagram, which nobody can be disappointed with. Plus, she’s by far the best dressed Islander this year, so she can expect brand deals being thrown at her from all directions, too.

Indiyah Polack – £137k per year

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Indiyah is up next, with predicted earnings from Instagram of £137k per year. It’s thought she will end the show with around 477k followers, allowing her to charge up to £1.9k for a branded post.

Davide Sanclimenti – £216k per year

How much the cast of Love Island 2022 are predicted to earn on Instagram

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Our fav Italian snack is the first Islander from this year who is predicted to make over £200k a year from Instagram alone. It’s looking like he’ll end the show with around 750k followers, and he could be charging about £3k per post.

Luca Bish – £239k per year

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If Luca is following the money, he will sack in selling fish after the villa. If he turns to influencing, he can expect pay checks of up to £3.3k per post and £239k per year. How much cod do you need to sell for that?!

Paige Thorne – £263k per year

How much the cast of Love Island 2022 are predicted to earn on Instagram

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Coming up next is Paige, who before the show was working as a paramedic. Her work life could look very different now, as she’s expected to gain just under a million followers, and charge £3,658 per Instagram post.

Gemma Owen – £345k per year

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Just one glance at Gemma when she stepped into the villa, and everyone knew she was born for Instagram influencing. It’s looking as though that’s going to be a very lucrative career for her – with predicted earnings of £345k when she posts to the 1.2million followers she’s on track to end the show with. Plus, she will have brands hitting up her DMs non-stop.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu – £460k per year

How much the cast of Love Island 2022 are predicted to earn on Instagram

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Our queen Ekin-Su is set to be the highest Instagram earner from the cast this year, and tbh, it’s only justice for what she has given us. She has the most followers of the cast members right now, and is predicted to end the show on around 1.5million. That means she can charge well over £6k for a sponsored post, and expect to be pocketing £460,460 a year, from Instagram alone.

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