It's pretty much a given fact that going on Love Island will lead to other incredible opportunities including starring on other reality shows.
We've seen plenty on Islanders on TOWIE, Celebs Go Dating and even Dancing on Ice - so here's a look at all the Love Island stars who have made cameos or joined the cast of other reality TV show.
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Love Islanders who Joined Other Reality Shows
Olivia Attwood's time on TOWIE was eventful to say the least. She was accused of bullying Chloe Brockett, she threw olives at Courtney Green and she had some hilarious nights out with her fellow cast members. Absolute TV gold, no wonder she got her own show.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey joined TOWIE at the beginning of 2017, appearing on the show occasionally both as a couple and separately (after their split later that year). Then, after a six-month break from the show (and each other) and baby together, the pair rejoined in 2019.
Sam Gowland joined the 16th series of Geordie Shore back in 2018 and later began dating co-star Chloe Ferry. The couple were together for more than three years which in reality TV terms is basically a lifetime, but unfortunately it wasn't meant to be and the couple split at the beginning of 2020.
Zara McDermott made her Made in Chelsea debut in the summer of 2019 alongside her boyfriend Sam Thompson. Their relationship was dramatic to say the least and they briefly split up after Zara cheated on Sam during her stint on another reality show The X Factor: Celebrity. Luckily they're now back together but have both left MIC.
The final series of Celebrity Big Brother wasn't without its drama. We had 'punch gate' between Roxanne Pallett and Ryan Thomas and awkwardness between Gabby Allen and Dan Osbourne who were accused of sleeping with each other despite Dan being married to Jacqueline Jossa. Gabby entered the Big Brother house on Day 1 and left on Day 26 in sixth place.
Eyal Booker appeared on Celebs Go Dating back in 2018 after failing to find love in the Love Island villa. Unfortunately for him, he didn't have any more success on the famous dating show.
Naturally Olivia also brought plenty of drama during her stint on Celebs Go Dating by getting steaming drunk on a date, flirting with the waiter during another and hooking up with Callum Izzard, who was also appearing on the show, in the finale.
Wes Nelson appeared on the 11th series of Dancing on Ice back in 2019 and actually did really well, finishing in second place. Unfortunately, his time on the show was overshadowed by his break-up from Megan Barton Hanson who spoke out about his Dancing on Ice partner Vanessa Bauer.
In January 2018 Kem Cetinay appeared on the tenth series of Dancing on Ice, finishing in fourth place with his partner Alex Murphy. Fans loved him so much that the next year he was asked to return and be the backstage presenter.
So much for the Strictly curse, the last few series of Dancing on Ice have been plagued by relationship rumours. Not only did Maura Higgins' appearance on the show potentially lead to her split with Curtis Pritchard, it may also have caused the downfall of her professional partner Alexander Demetriou's marriage. Despite all the drama, Maura did pretty well on the show finishing in sixth place on the 2020 series.
Eyal Booker, Samira Mighty, Zara McDermott and Wes Nelson all joined forces for The X Factor: Celebrity, forming the short-lived group No Love Lost. They finished in 8th place and didn't released a single track together. Wes however has gone on to have an incredible solo career with tracks including See Nobody and Nice to Meet Ya, two absolute bangers.