Incredible amount of money each Love Island All Star contestant makes per post
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We're only three episodes into the brand new series of Love Island: All Stars and already, the show is living up to its plot-twisting high-drama reputation.
The public voted to couple his ex-girlfriend Liberty Poole, who he met and subsequently was dumped by on the 2021 series of Love Island.
But it looked as though the reunion was too much for Jake to bear, and he left the group in tears by quitting the show after just three days.
Another set of exes that have certainly brought their post-break-up drama to the infamous love-shack this year are Callum Jones and Molly Smith.
Both 2020 contestants were announced during the first episode as bombshells, though apparently neither knew the other would be joining the line-up.
Anyway, during last night's ep, viewers saw things become rather heated between the pair (and not in a good way) after Molly claimed Callum rarely paid her compliments when they were together. Awkward...
But it's not just the star-studded on-screen antics that has staggered UK viewers this week.
In joint last position - but by no means least - out of this year's 12 islanders are series one star Luis Morrison and last year's contestant Mitchell Taylor.
It is believed that both stars make mediocre £3,149 per post.
Luis' Instagram account boasts 321k followers, while 'Messy Mitch', meanwhile, has 315k followers.
Next up comes another series one alum, Hannah Elizabeth, who boasts 440k Insta followers.
She is said to make a slightly more impressive £3,903 per sponsored Instagram post.
In ninth place on the list is the now-departed Jake Cornish, who is said to bag a reasonable £4,020 per post, with his social media account having 435k followers.
Since leaving the villa on his first time on the dating show, he ditched his career as a plumber to launch fitness brand per4mancex.
Next up comes another 2021 returning star, Kaz Kamwi, who is understood to rake in a more than reasonable £5,800 per post.
Famed for striking up a passionate romance with Tyler Cruickshank on the season seven of the show, Kaz went on to launch a collection with lingerie brand Boux Avenue, as well as securing brand deals with the likes of Primark, New Look, Revolution and Easilocks.
All Stars bombshell Callum Jones is next in line on the list, with the Mancunian ex-scaffolder reportedly bagging as much as £6k per post.
It might be a kick in the teeth for Callum to know that ex-girlfriend and now ITV co-star Molly Smith - who has 868k followers - reportedly makes £700 more than him per post.
The model was said to have signed a six figure deal with online fashion brand I Saw It First when she first left the villa in 2020.
Up next is 2021 star Toby Aromolaran who has 859k followers and is said to make £6,800 per post on Insta.
Then comes 2019's Chris Taylor - who has 929k followers and even appeared in the Barbie movie - reportedly making £7,300 per post.
Scottish bodybuilder Anton Danyluk - also from the 2019 series - ranks in fifth.
With a YouTube channel boasting over 6,400 subscribers, he reportedly makes £7,700 per post.
2020 fan-favourite Demi Jones - who launched a collection with Missguided and collaborated with Shein, Tequila Rose and LoveHoney since leaving the villa - is said to make £8,400 per post.
And 2017 islander-turned-Ex On The Beach star Georgia Harrison - who signed a deal with sexual consent campaign with Superdrug after becoming victim of ex-Stephen Bear's revenge porn - now boasts 1.2m followers and is believed to make a jaw-dropping £8,800 per post.
Runner-up in the list is seemingly unlucky-in-love Liberty Poole. She may have struggled to find love, but she definitely isn't strapped for cash, reportedly making an incredible £9,800 per post, having collaborated with Skinny Tan and Boux Avenue.
Sitting pretty in the top spot is 2018 star Georgia Steele, who boasts a surreal 1.5m followers and has worked with the likes of Shein, Hunkemöller, Nikki Intimate Lingerie, Fashion Nova and I Saw it First, and reportedly makes a - quite frankly - unbelievable £10.5k per sponsored post.
Alright for some, eh?
Tyla has contacted representatives for all islanders mentioned for comment.