Love Island All Stars cast ranked by net worths

The All Stars rich list: The new Love Island cast members ranked by their huge net worths

There are a few All Stars millionaires!


We like to think the cast of Love Island: All Stars are back on the show looking for love, but we all know they actually want to make their already huge net worths even bigger.

The recent Islanders are seeing how lucrative being on the show can really be, and Islanders from season one, who were in the villa before it was a ticket to fame, are probably seeing All Stars as the chance to get the deals that were never offered to them.

Either way, the Islanders from previous seasons have become hugely successful off the back of the show, and the All Stars have made serious bank. Here’s a ranking of the Love Island: All Stars cast members, by just how huge their net worths are.

17. Mitch Taylor – £100k

Mitch is the most recent Islander to come back for All Stars, having only appeared on the 2023 series last summer. So, it’s no surprise the gas engineer hasn’t had much time to earn his fortune. He still has a pretty impressive net worth of £100k, though.

16. Tom Clare – £200k

Tom Clare has an estimated net worth of around £200k. This will mainly be his decent wage from being a footballer before the show, but he’s also one of the only Islanders from the 2023 winter series to have secured a brand deal. Tom went back to his job as a footballer, but is now also a pre-loved ambassador for eBay.

15. Kaz Kamwi – £300k

Kaz was an influencer and fashion blogger before the villa, so coming out into the world of sponsored Instagram adverts is a walk in the park for her. She’s obviously doing it very well because she’s already worth £300k.

She’s launched her own dress collection with lingerie brand Boux Avenue, and also signed deals with Primark, New Look, and Boots. She then went on to release a make-up edit with Revolution, and signed a deal with haircare brand Easilocks. Big moves!

14. Jake Cornish – £400k

Since being in the Love Island 2021 villa, Jake has completely changed his life. He’s launched a rum brand and a sports recovery equipment brand, and has had a full career change, going into acting. He filmed for Bermondsey Tales: Fall of the Roman Empire, and played DI Jacob in Mr Hyde.

Last year, Jake casually announced he wants to be known as “Jakey The Rattan Man” after reinventing himself as a “rattan furniture mogul”. Ok! Oh, and he’s a DJ, too! All this has built Jake a net worth of an estimated £400k.

13. Joe Garratt – £500k

Joe Garrett joined the show for the 2019 series, and has gone on to be pretty successful. Since the show, he’s become an influencer and presenter, and has recently launched his own company. He hasn’t shared much about the brand, so watch this space!

12. Molly Smith – £500k

Molly has become hugely successful as an influencer since winter Love Island 2020. After the show she bagged on of the biggest brand deals with a Casa Amor Islander, signing for six figures with I Saw It First, seeing the company launch its “Along Came Molly” collection.

She also regularly works with Boohoo on Instagram, is a professional model and has launched her own fitness brand, Move With Mol.

11. Arabella Chi – £500k

Arabella is another Islander who has become hugely successful in the world of influencing since first being on the show. She was a model before the 2019 villa, and has continued this work, too. As well as this, Arabella makes a decent amount of money from OnlyFans, and is an ambassador for FashionNova.

10. Luis Morrison – £750k

Luis is a former footballer, so it should be no surprise the season one Islander is doing alright for himself. After being on Love Island’s first series, Luis went back to being a footballer and is also now a car salesman, running LM Prestige Cars.

9. Chris Taylor – £750k

Chris Taylor now has a net worth of £750k, which is believed to have come mainly from work as a content creator. He has nearly one million followers on Instagram, and another million on TikTok, where he often posts comedy videos. He’ll have also been paid for his cameo in the Barbie movie… no biggie!

8. Sophie Piper – £800k

It’s been estimated previous winter Islander Sophie Piper has a net worth of around £800k. Since the villa she’s become a full-time influencer, and also works as a model.

7. Georgia Harrison – £1million

Georgia H is one of many of the Love Island: All Stars cast members whose net worths are in the millions. Since first being on Love Island she’s also had appearances on The Challenge, Ex on The Beach and TOWIE, and has had a bunch of brand deals to support her income.

6. Georgia Steel – £1million

Georgia Steel has become a big name in the reality TV and influencing world since Love Island 2018, and now boasts a net worth of £1million. She’s appeared on Celebs Go Dating, Ex on the Beach’s spin-off Peak of Love, and Love Island Games. On top of this she’s worked with brands such as Missy Empire, Nikki Intimates, I Saw it First and Boohoo and is currently an ambassador for Fashion Nova.

5. Anton Danyluk – £1.1million

Anton has become big in the fitness world since Love Island 2019, and is now a brand owner. He works as a body coach, and previously had a health brand which he dissolved to move to Dubai. Whilst he was there he was enjoying the millionaire lifestyle, but has now moved back to the UK and recently set up an online fitness company, called Attune You.

4. Hannah Elizabeth – £1.5million

Hannah was already doing well in her career before Love Island’s first season, introduced to the villa as a model and Playboy bunny. She has since continued modelling work, and now also makes loads of cash on OnlyFans.

3. Demi Jones – £1.5million

Being on Love Island 2020 hugely catapulted Demi’s career as an influencer and business owner. In 2020, she released her own lip plumping kits with the beauty brand Project Lip, and launched a clothing collection with Missguided. She has also worked with brands including Boohoo, Shein, LoveHoney and Tequila Rose.

2. Toby Aromolaran – £1.6million

Toby has done massively well since the 2021 series, and straight after leaving the villa was named a brand ambassador for BoohooMAN. He still plays football for Hashtag United, and now also hosts his own podcast, called Fancy A Chat?

1. Liberty Poole – £1.7million

Liberty is the most successful Islander of the 2021 cohort, and one of many millionaires made by the show. 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.

Liberty also now has a podcast with her bestie Kaz, which will be adding to both of their fortunes.

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