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Molly Smith and Tom Clare have won Love Island All Stars 2024

Molly Smith and Tom Clare have won Love Island All Stars 2024

The star-studded ITV series has come to an end after five weeks

After five long weeks of heated confrontations, sloppy kisses, emotional admissions and tear-jerking reunions, the first ever series of Love Island All Stars has come to an end. *Cries to Craig David, again*

Back at the beginning of January, 12 returning stars stepped foot into the plush South African love-shack in the hope of securing a second chance at romance.

And since then it's been non-stop carnage, with a further 13 islanders joining them throughout the duration of the series.

The series kicked off with a colossal plot twist after the public were allowed to vote which singletons they wished to pair up.

And in true Love Island viewer fashion, we, OF COURSE, opted to couple-up 2021 exes Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish.

But the public's decision went down like a lead balloon, after Jake quit the show within three days of entering the villa.

Former flames Callum Jones and Molly Smith - who split last year after three years together - were also reunited on the show, leading to several painfully-awkward conversations about their break up...

While some fans hoped they'd rekindle their romance, they both set their sights elsewhere.

Exes Callum Jones and Molly Smith entered the villa as bombshells.

Since then, bombshell after bombshell has stepped into the villa with the intention of causing complete and utter chaos.

Tyler Cruickshank blind-sided ex-girlfriend Kaz Kamwi by choosing her in a shock re-coupling, before quickly moving on to Hannah Elizabeth.

The 'Snog, Marry, Pie' set the cat amongst the pigeons after 'Messy' Mitchell Taylor received several creams to the face, and tensions flared between Molly and Georgia Steele following accusations that the latter isn't a 'girl's girl' after she coupled up with Callum.

Casey O'Gorman entered the villa as a bombshell, where he was reunited with former flame Georgia Harrison.

Viewers were subsequently left cringing on their sofas, however, after he revealed that the reason he called time on their romance was because she'd claimed to have seen the ghost of his late grandfather... Awkward!

Casey O'Gorman ended things with Georgia Harrison after she claimed she could see his late grandfather's ghost.

Toby Aromolaran left viewers - and partner Arabella Chi - gobsmacked after opting to recouple with Georgia S out of the blue, claiming they still had unfinished business following their short-lived romance on the Love Island Games last year.

The 'PDA Awards' proceeded to expose Georgia S for gossiping about her lack of sexual chemistry with former partner Callum, leading him to lash out: "I thought you was a 'loyal' babe?"

Craig David rocked up to the villa - along with former islander turned rap star Wes Nelson - to perform a couple of hits, and Georgia H and Anton Danyluk went 'exclusive'.

2020 twins Jess and Eve Gale took the villa by storm, seeing several islanders dumped in the wake - including Chris Taylor, Joanna Chimonides and Joe Garrett - while newbie Adam Maxted found a connection with Arabella.

The winners were revealed tonight (19 February).

The legendary 'Heart Rate Challenge' certainly set tongues wagging after only one couple - Sophie Piper and Joshua Ritchie - raised one another's pulses.

And Tom Clare was naturally gutted when it was revealed his partner Molly was most excited by ex Callum's performance...

In an emotional heart-to-heart, Toby opened up about the impact that his split from allegedly 'cheating' ex-girlfriend had on his life, before going exclusive with Georgia S during their romantic Valentine's date.

Over the last week, the islanders had the chance to call their loved ones, with Molly's gal pal revealing that the public are hoping she and Callum will rekindle their romance, which obviously infuriated her partner Tom once again.

All of the eliminated islanders then made a shock return to the villa, each voting which couple they wish to send home.

We were forced to bid adieu to Arabella and Adam, leaving Georgia S and Toby, Georgia H and Anton, Molly and Tom, Jess and Callum, and Sophie and Josh as our final couples, who were subsequently invited to a VIP pool party and joined by chart-topping singer Ella Henderson.

Molly and Tom have been crowned the winners.

During tonight's instalment, the final five couples waiting anxiously for host Maya Jama to announce the 2024 'King' and 'Queen' of the show.

Firstly, she revealed that Georgia Harrison and Anton Danyluk had landed in fifth place, whilst Georgia Steele and Toby Aromolaran came in fourth.

And after Sophie Piper and Joshua Ritchie landed in third, it was then between Molly Smith and Tom Clare, and Callum Jones and Jess Gale to walk away with the £50k.

Finally, after much anticipation, Molly and Tom were voted this year's winners. Congratulations, guys!

Featured Image Credit: Credit: ITV

Topics: Love Island, Celebrity, ITV, TV And Film