REVEALED: Love Island final voting stats

Dani and Jack had it in the bag

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer

by Anna Sky Hulton |
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On Monday night (30th July) 3.6 million people tuned in to see who would be crowned 2018 winners of Love Island and whilst everyone was hoping for the favourites Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, now we get to see exactly how close (or not) the results of the show's final were!

According to the latest figures released, although Dani and Jack came away with a massive 79.66% of the public vote between the 29th and 30th July, it was actually quite close between the remaining couples, who were placed in second, third and fourth places.

In figures posted on ITV's website, second place couple Laura Anderson and Paul Knops had 8.43% of the public vote, whilst third place couple, Kazimir Crossley and Josh Denzel weren't far behind with 6.05% of the vote. Megan Barton Hanson and Wes Nelson - who ended up in fourth place - received 5.86% of the vote.

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Perhaps the closeness of the bottom three couples will put some viewers' minds at rest. Following Monday night's final, some fans were unhappy that relatively new couple Laura Anderson and Paul Knops finished in second place ahead of the other couples. According to reports, broadcasting standards agency Ofcom has received a number of complaints about Laura and Paul finishing in second place, as they were the only couple in the final not to be official 'boyfriend and girlfriend'.

Despite not being an official couple yet, Laura and Paul have since announced that they are hoping to continue their romance outside of the villa and see how things go between the pair.

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Love Island 2018 couples still together (RADIO SLIDER)

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Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake

After realising Dr Alex wasn't the right man for her, Geordie girl Ellie coupled up with Chelsea boy Charlie. After dating for a number of weeks in the villa, Charlie asked Ellie to be his girlfriend with a little help from the rest of the boys...However, just days later, the pair were dumped from the villa in a cruel twist which involved their fellow Islanders deciding their fate.

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Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake

Despite missing out on a place in the final, Ellie and Charlie's relationship is going from strength to strength, with Ellie meeting Charlie's closest friends and family in London. The pair have since admitted to Caroline Flack that they are going to live together, with Ellie moving into Charlie's house in Chelsea.

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Zara McDermott and Adam Collard

Love Island 2018 fans thought that Geordie boy Adam Collard would never be tamed, after he made his way through four girls in the first few weeks... but that was until Zara walked in. Despite coupling up with another girl during his visit to Casa Amor, Adam expressed his feelings for Zara and even thought about leaving when she was dumped. Despite staying in the villa and kissing Darylle, Adam couldn't quite find the same spark he had with Zara.

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Zara McDermott and Adam Collard

After Adam was later dumped for the villa, he reunited with Zara and even told her he "loved" her during their interview with Caroline Flack on Love Island: Aftersun.Since then, both Adam and Zara have looked completely loved up and have attended a number of events together.

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Samira Mighty and Frankie Foster

It took weeks to find her man, but when Frankie walked into the Love Island villa as a late arrival, Samira was blown away by him. Fans were later left heartbroken for the West End performer when Frankie was dumped from the villa, leaving Samira completely devastated at the turn of events.

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Samira Mighty and Frankie Foster

However, after realising she wasn't going to find anybody else like him, Samira made the decision to quit the show and returned home to get her man. Fan footage later showed Frankie waiting at the airport for Samira to arrive, with the pair embracing each other in the cute video. They've since enjoyed time together and look happier than ever on social media.

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Georgia Steel and Sam Bird

It was the romance that no Love Island fans saw coming, but when Georgia had her heartbroken by Josh, Sam was ready with open arms to console the loyal 20-year-old. After getting to know each other for a number of days, the pair were going from strength to strength until a cruel twist made them decide between leaving the villa together or staying and splitting up. In a decision which wasn't understood by their fellow Islanders, Georgia and Sam decided to split up and remain in the villa, with bosses throwing in new faces for them to go on dates with.However, after realising they'd made the wrong decision, both Georgia and Sam refused to recouple with anybody else and were therefore dumped from the villa one week before the final.

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Georgia Steel and Sam Bird

Since leaving the show, Sam has been round to Georgia's family home to meet her parents and now they've admitted they are going to move in together in London. Sam also officially asked Georgia to be his girlfriend during a live interview on Good Morning Britain.

In other Love Island news, since the final, Jack and Dani haven't wasted any time, already announcing they are planning to marry next year! The happy couple returned to the UK yesterday (31st July) and looked more loved up than ever as they were greeted by their friends, family and fans at the airport.

Now that the Love Island final has been and gone, you might be wondering what to do with your 9pm date with the TV, however, it turns out that fans still have ONE more episode! Hosted by Caroline Flack, a one-off show called Love Island: The Reunion will air on ITV at 9pm on Sunday 5th August, reuniting the whole cast from 2018.

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You can watch Love Island: The Reunion on Sunday 5th August at 9pm on ITV2.

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