Love Island Betting

Love Island Betting

Love Island Betting

Everyone’s favourite dating reality show is back on our screens this summer and it looks certain to bring with it more controversy and sun-filled scandal. The 2018 version was the longest series to date and also saw average viewing figures rocket to 3.96 million viewers, a 1.44 million rise from the previous season and up from 0.57 million for the first series of the show. Due to the popularity and success of the show, there have been international versions commissioned in Germany, Australia and also in the US.

Love Island, hosted by Caroline Flack, sees entrants (some minor celebrities) pair up as couples to be in with a chance of winning the main prize - a £50k cash reward for the triumphant couple. The show itself first hit our screens in 2015, a re-incarnation of a previous show called "Celebrity Love Island" which aired for two series in 2005 and 2006. The previous show was, as the name suggests, made up of celebrities taking part which led to some memorable scenes. Celebrities included Calum Best, Abi Titmuss, Brendan Cole, Lady Victoria Hervey and Hollyoaks actor Paul Danan. Danan actually appeared on both series and provided us with a most memorable "love rap", check it out on YouTube if you haven't watched it before. Broadcast on ITV2, the show has grown in popularity and, at times, notoriety as the series has progressed. Contestants are known as "islanders" and spend the duration of the show living in isolation from the outside world in a luxury villa on the island of Mallorca, Spain. During the entirety of their stay, the islanders are under constant video surveillance, with over 60 cameras watching them at all times. The aim is to "survive" by coupling up with another islander, which can be either for friendship, love or just going for that £50k cash sum. The first of these "couplings" takes place on the first day of the series and is based solely on first impressions. Throughout the series islanders can "re-couple", which means they can either remain in their current couple or swap/change partners. If islanders remain single after coupling has taken place they are eliminated from the series, the public can also vote to get islanders eliminated. They do this via the Love Island app and can vote for their favourite couple or the couple they feel would be best suited. In the final week of the show the public vote for who they would like to win the series and therefore walk away with the £50k prize.

All of the islanders are provided with phones, which they can use to either send or receive texts to other contestants. They can also receive their latest tasks or games that they are expected to take part in. To keep the show fresh and interesting, the contestants take part in games and competitions with varying prizes or rewards for winning/successful completion. These rewards can involve special prizes and also dates or trips outside the villa.

The 2018 show was won by Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham but who is on the 2019 show and what are their latest odds to be top man/woman?


2019 Contestants

Yewande Biala

Yewande Biala

Age: 23

From: Dublin

Occupation: Scientist

Latest Odds: 10/1


Lucie Donlan

Lucie Donlan

Age: 21

From: Newquay, Cornwall

Occupation: Surfer

Latest Odds: 6/1


Amber Gill
Amber Gill

Age: 21

From: Newcastle

Occupation: Beauty Therapist

Latest Odds: 2/1


Amy Hart

Amy Hart

Age: 26

From: Worthing, Sussex

Occupation: Cabin crew manager

Latest Odds: 4/1


Anna Vakili
Anna Vakili

Age: 28

From: London

Occupation: Pharmacist

Latest Odds: 6/1


Anton Danyluk

Anton Danyluk

Age: 24

From: Airdrie

Occupation: Gym owner

Latest Odds: 12/1


Tommy Fury

Tommy Fury

Age: 20

From: Manchester

Occupation: Boxer (Tyson Fury's younger brother)

Latest Odds: 4/1


Joe Garratt

Joe Garratt

Age: 22

From: London

Occupation: Catering company owner

Latest Odds: 8/1


Michael Griffiths

Michael Griffiths

Age: 27

From: Liverpool

Occupation: Firefighter

Latest Odds: 15/2


Sherif Lanre

Sherif Lanre

Age: 20

From: London

Occupation: Chef and semi-pro rugby player

Latest Odds: 14/1


Callum Macleod

Callum Macleod

Age: 28

From: South Wales

Occupation: Aircraft engineer

Latest Odds: 10/1


Curtis Pritchard
Curtis Pritchard

Age: 23

From: Shropshire

Occupation: Ballroom and Latin dancer

Latest Odds: 8/1


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