Danny Dyer reveals Love Island winners Jack and Dani are.
Love Island 2018 is BACK and as we look forward to welcoming a new load of bronzed beauties from the line-up into our lives, we can't help but wonder what happened to the winners and what they're.
The fourth series of Love Island, a British dating reality show, began on 4 June 2018 on ITV2, and concluded on 30 July 2018. It is the fourth from the current revived series, but sixth overall. Caroline Flack presented the series, while Iain Stirling narrated it. The series opener received the highest rating on a digital TV programme since the 2012 Summer Olympics were broadcast on BBC Three.
Almost a year after the pair first met on Love Island in 2018, Jack Fincham has confirmed that he and Dani Dyer have broken up for the second time. The reality show star shared the sad news on his.
From Love Island 2018 winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham to Casa Amor's Savannah Darnell and Kaz Crossley, here's what all the islanders are doing now. Shutterstock. Kendall-Rae Knight. Kendall was initially coupled up with Niall Aslam but dropped him like a rainbow fish shaped potato when Adam Collard slithered over. She was dumped by the scaly one when Rosie Williams caught his eye and.
In 2018, the Australian version of Love Island was happening at the exact same time as the UK version, and in the exact same place. Fans of the show have been speculating over whether or not the two versions of the show will merge during a task and end up swapping villas. So far, none of those shenanigans have happened, but never say never!
Love Island winter series cancelled by ITV Love Island's 2020 winter series has been cancelled by ITV, meaning the reality show will not return to screens until summer 2021.
Alex was one of the late arrivals to Love Island 2017. He basically took on the same role as 2016's Terry Walsh, rocking up to the villa with abs that could have been carved by angels and making.