Love Island 2020’s richest stars revealed – and it’ll surprise you

The Love Island 2020 star didn't get much publicity (due to lockdown) but they've definitely made up for it in cash 🤑

Winter Love Island shock

by Marianna Manson |
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Remember the Love Island 2020 cast?

While they may have lost out on thousands in lost earnings due to the pandemic, everyone knows that the real money to be made for an ex Islander is on the 'gram.

So who's raked in the most cash since leaving the villa last winter?

CHECK OUT: Winter Love Island's highest Instagram earners


Winter Love Island's top Instagram earners

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Molly Smith

Instagram earnings: £442k

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Shaughna Phillips

Instagram earnings: £341k

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Luke Mabbott

Instagram earnings: £333k

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Demi Jones

Instagram earnings: £260k

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Finn Tapp

Instagram earnings: £202k

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Siânnise Fudge

Instagram earnings: £199k

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Sophie Piper

Instagram earnings: £172k

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Jess Gale

Instagram earnings: £155k

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Paige Turley

Instagram earnings: £138k

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Eve Gale

Instagram earnings: £93k

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Months after leaving the villa, PR expert Jack Cooper told, “The Winter Love Island stars are set to lose huge amounts of money, some contestants up to £500,000.

"Brand deals at the moment are at an all-time low, many companies are not able to afford the usual Love Island prices for sponsorship deals. They are also missing out on club appearances due to them being closed, which could have earned them up to £5,000 per hour.

He went on to add, "With no events to attend, they are also missing out on a huge range of exposure in the media, having no stories for the press to write about."

And so if you thought this lot had been raking in the £££s, wait 'til you hear about some of the Islanders from previous series'.

From Boohoo collabs to fake tan launches (hey, Molly-Mae), there are a myriad of ways these social media personalities can profit off their Love Island success but, the question on everybody's lips - who's doing it the best and for how much?

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