Life After Love Island...
Many people may be shocked to discover that life after Love Island isn't all rosy. In fact, most of the contestants end up back in their old jobs and ways of life, with very few actually 'making it'. The ones who do make it can go on to do amazingly, such as Molly-Mae earning six figures working with Pretty Little Thing, and Ekin-Su bagging a place on Dancing On Ice. Some of them will even go on to carve careers out directly related to the show, such as Indiyah Pollock becoming a panellist on Love Island After Sun this year, and running their 'Morning After' podcast.
However, for others, the future isn't so bright. Coco from the summer 2022 series, revealed on TV that she had to go back to working as a shot girl in her local club a week after the show, with others actually revealing they were homeless following the show.
Well it appears that the 2023 contestants are already making their own ways back to normal life...Tanyel has already returned back to work as a hairdresser, showcasing herself doing a keratin treatment on a customer's hair in North London earlier this week. We don't doubt that most of the other contestants will soon be following suit. However, we are excited to see which ones do make it, and who will bag the iconic huge figure fashion deal this year? Will it top Ekin-Su's million pound deal with Oh Polly last year?