Love Island Australia: Which Couples Are Still Together?

(Spoiler alert: it's not many.)

Love Island Australia cast

by Nathan Katnoria |
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We’ve not have had a brand new series ofLove Island this summer, nor will we be getting winterLove Island2021, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, so thank heavens that ITV2 have saved our TV schedules by airing the first series of Love Island Australia____.

They may have different accents but the Aussie Islanders have provided just as much dating drama as their UK counterparts and we’ve been obsessed over the past six weeks as they’ve hooked up, re-coupled and everything in between.

The series finale airs saw Grant Crapp and Tayla Damir crowned the first ever Love Island Australia winners and bag the $50,000 prize money but, two years since the final originally took place, are they still an item? Did ANY of the Islanders manage to find lasting love? Let’s find out...

STREWTH - which Love Island Australia couples are still together?


Which Love Island Australia couples are still together?

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Grant and Tayla: SPLIT

It's fair to say Grant and Tayla had a rocky ride in the villa due to their love triangle with his former flame Cassidy and things got just as messy on the outside world. Shortly after they won the show, it was rumoured that Grant had been in a secret relationship the entire time he was in the villa.Despite denying the rumours, Grant got together with his rumoured secret girlfriend Lucy just two weeks after being dumped by Tayla and they're still together now. Tayla, on the other hand, re-coupled with fellow Islander Dom Thomas but they broke up earlier this year. She's now dating Australian footballer Nathan Broad.

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Eden and Erin: SPLIT

Eden and Erin coupled up on their very first day in the villa and made it all the way to the final but it wasn't quite as smooth sailing on the outside world, where they lasted just two months before calling it quits.In a joint statement, the pair said, 'We look back and cherish the time we have spent together, the memories we have created, in both Spain and in Australia. We can't thank each and everyone of you enough for the support and love you have shown us, but we have to be honest within ourselves as we realise that our forever as a couple is no longer.'Since then, Eden has moved on with Married At First Sight star Cyrell Jiminez-Paule, who gave birth to their son Boston in February 2020, while Erin lives with her boyfriend Mick Russell.

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Josh and Amelia: TOGETHER

Proving love DOES still exist, third-place finalists Josh and Amelia are still going strong outside the villa. They made things official shortly after flying back to Australia, when Josh asked Amelia to be his girlfriend, and now live together in Sydney.Amelia recently admitted their relationship had gone through a rough patch in lockdown but they've made it through the other side and regularly share loved-up snaps on Instagram. Cuuuute.

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Dom and Shelby: SPLIT

It's probably no surprise that Dom and Shelby are no longer an item, seeing as we've already mentioned he got together with Tayla following her split from Grant.Announcing his split from Shelby on Instagram in August 2018, Dom wrote, 'We have decided that we are best off as friends. This is something we had both recently discussed and agreed upon and is not a sudden decision. We are very close friends and will continue to talk to each other. Unfortunately with the distance and our busy schedules it is difficult for anything to progress further with us.'Dom's now thought to be single after splitting from Tayla, while Shelby is in a relationship with Motocross rider Harry Bink.

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Mark and Millie: SPLIT

Mark and Millie gave things a good go on the outside world and even had plans to launch their own fashion label but sadly announced their split in March 2019.'Mark and I have had such an amazing time together and we will forever cherish our special moments, unfortunately at this point in time we have decided we are both going in different directions and have to part ways, we still remain very close friends,' Millie said at the time.

If you're still in need of a Love Island fix, you're in luck as ITV have announced three special shows that will look back at some of the best moments from the past six series and it airs this week. Even better, the voice of Love Island and all round funnyman Iain Stirling is returning to narrate the three episodes.

Episode two, Love Island: All the Feels, which airs on Thursday, will look back at the most romantic moments in the villa as well as catching up with some of the series’ most successful couples.

Don’t worry, though - the episode won’t be too sickly-sweet as viewers will also be reminded of the some of the awful chat-up lines used.

Finally, episode three, Love Island: All the Lols, airing on Friday, celebrates all the re-watchable comedy moments including Molly-Mae Hague’s fall and Olivia Attwood hilariously telling Chris Hughes to stop rapping.

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