The couple's victory marks the first time ever that two bombshells have won the competition together. But have any other newcomers managed to land first place in previous years? Read on to find out…
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Max entered the villa on day 14
Max Morley entered the villa on day 14 of the revived series back in 2015. The professional cricketer soon coupled up with Jessica Hayes and the pair went on to win the show at the end of the series.
Unfortunately, the season one champions went their separate ways shortly after exiting the villa, splitting up just six weeks after the show ended.
The rugby player found a lot of success with the ladies when he entered late in the competition
Greg O'Shea turned heads when he entered the villa in 2019 with only two weeks left in the competition.
He initially had his eye on fellow Irish contestant Maura Higgins, saying: "I need to get in the villa and see what the story is and who is good craic! I'd say me and Maura will hit it off straight away, being two Irish people and she's hilarious. She's very naturally funny and she's gorgeous as well so you never know."
The 27-year-old rugby player went on to win the competition paired up with Amber Gill, but the pair split up later that same year.
The winner of the 2021 season of Love Island shook things up when she entered as a bombshell
Millie Court entered the villa on Day 9 of the 2021 competition and chose Aaron Francis, Liam Reardon, and Hugo Hammond as her starter, main course, and dessert dates.
She then went on to win Love Island after coupling up with Liam and released her own clothing collection in partnership with ASOS.
Sadly, the couple decided to split in July. Millie told her Instagram followers: "It's been a tough decision and I am gutted but it's ultimately what is best for us right now".
Millie and Liam recently split
The semi-professional footballer found love and fortune in the villa in 2020
Finn, a semi-professional footballer, made his entrance into the villa on Day Five of the 2020 winter version of Love Island.
Only three days later, he proved the strength of his relationship with Paige Turley when they won the couples quiz.
The pair went on to win, and they are still going strong after moving into an apartment in Manchester later that year.
Finn entered the villa on day five
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