The first edition of Winter Love Island may only be in its first week but there has already been heaps of drama, signs of romance, and a shock exit. This year some pretty big characters have entered the villa and between the twins battling over the same boy, Mike Boateng coming so close to betraying Leanne Amaning, and Shaughna Phillips’ competitive side coming out, I am officially hooked. It's hard to put your finger on what makes a good season of Love Island but it's impossible not to have a favourite. Here is every season of Love Island ranked. As a new cast of islanders enter the villa, your mind can't help but wonder back to favourite faces from seasons past.
There is no denying that Love Island has provided the nation with some serious entertainment over the last five seasons. From the creation of the Do Bits Society to watching Chris and Olivia raise Cash Hughes, there's little question as to why it takes over our summer. And now you can enjoy it all year round. While all of the couples to come out of the show haven’t exactly walked off happily into the sunset there have been some massive success stories. Olivia Buckland married Alex Bowen in 2018 after they met on series two of Love Island. Dom Lever and Jess Shears also tied the knot in 2018 and have had their first baby together. Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow are still making us all jealous with how truly couple goals they are and the winners of Love Island 2016, Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde have tied the knot and have a little boy together.
So, here is every series of Love Island ranked best to worst because there has to be one overall winner.
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