It's the moment we've all been waiting for - the Love Island voting figures have finally been 'revealed'! Although we've not had official confirmation from show bosses at Love Island, Digital Spy have done some digging and discovered just how many people voted for our winning couple - Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill.
Amber had her fair share of ups and downs throughout the course of Love Island 2019 - there's no need to go into the drama she had with Michael Griffiths, but suffice to say that she deserved that win.
Love Island 2019 voting figures: What were the statistics?
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So despite Tommy and Molly being the favourites to win, Amber and Greg won with almost double the amount of votes that they had.
However, compared with 2018 winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham - who split in April 2019 - the winning percentage has gone down drastically, as those two won 79.66% of the final vote, and runners-up Laura Anderson and Paul Knops had just 8.43%.
Thankfully, there'll be TWO series of Love Island next year as the Winter version has been confirmed - with voiceover Iain Stirling saying that he reckons it'll be even better than the summer version! We'll see if he's right...