LOVE Island’s stars have divided sharply into two camps – with some of the villa’s class of 2021 already on their way to becoming millionaires.
Meanwhile, some of the others who didn’t hop aboard the celebrity money train have already gone back to work.
Liberty Poole, who didn’t even make the final after bowing out, has signed two mega-money endorsements and will appear on Dancing On Ice.
But plenty of her co-stars are already back at work, returning to the car dealerships, Lidl offices and the NHS – just like before the villa.
Here we take a look at the stars living the celebrity high-life and those who packed away the swimwear and headed back to the grind…
Poor Liberty was in tears during the final days of Love Island – but a couple of huge deals after the show will have cheered her up no end.
First the 22-year-old bagged a £1million fashion tie-up with In The Style, then a second six-figure tie-up was revealed with Skinny Tan.
So if anyone is still waiting for her to deliver their chicken at the Nandos in Birmingham – well, she’s probably not coming back.
There seems little doubt Liberty and Millie are on the fast-track to multi-millionairedom. But who will get there first?
The show’s 2021 champ, 23, has signed a deal with ASOS that’s thought to be the biggest ever inked by a Love Islander after the villa.
Millie, who was a fashion buying assistant before the show, now looks to be one of the industry’s bigger players.
Love Island bombshell Lucinda has actually been turning down TV shows – telling us this week she’d given Celebs Go Dating the kiss-off.
Instead she said she’s holding out for one of the biggest prizes in reality telly, announcing: “I’m A Celebrity would be so much fun. I would definitely be up for that.”
She’s also bagged her own fashion line with the show’s sponsor I Saw It First so isn’t going to be short on cash in the meantime.
Boys don’t tend to do so well out of Love Island – but Toby has, snapping up a deal with the male arm of Boohoo.
The company’s boss called him the “perfect fit” while he said he was “really excited” to get the gig.
Given his antics in the villa, let’s hope his head isn’t turned by any other hot young companies that happen to drift past.
Casa Amor stunner Georgia told fans back in September that she was back to her day job – working at Lidl.
Joking about her brief stint on the show she told fans: “Yes I work for @lidlgb and yes that’s likely a contributing factor as to why my time in the villa was so short.
“It’s been instilled into me my entire career that checkouts should be as speedy as possible.”
The stars of Love Island 2021 might be raking in huge sums from modelling and the like – but there’s no question who from the 2021 series is doing the most valuable work.
Medical student Priya not only gave all her earnings from the show to the NHS but wasted little time getting back on the wards.
Posing in pink scrubs she wrote: “Back to medical school and doing what I love.”
Scot Harry told followers he was “back to the grind” with his car salesman job in Motherwell shortly after the show ended.
He shared a picture of his desk at Arnold Clark telling his legions of new followers hungry for pictures of his chiselled torso: “Swipe up to shop our stock.”
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