The ultimate Love Island rich list after Molly-Mae becomes richest contestant ever

The ultimate Love Island rich list after Molly-Mae becomes richest contestant ever


THEY were catapulted to fame in the Love Island villa. 

And these former contestants have managed to cash in on their reality star success with lucrative fashion deals, raunchy snaps and presenting gigs. 

Molly-Mae Hague, 23, added £2million to her bank account during the pandemic and has topped the Love Island rich list with an eye-watering estimated net worth of £4.5million. 

Meanwhile her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, 23, close pal Maura Higgins, 31, and her fellow 2019 contestant Amber Gill, 24, feature in the top five – proving Molly-Mae’s success has clearly brushed off. 

1. Molly-Mae Hague: £4.5million 

The business-savvy blonde made £1.2million in profits at her company MMH Group Holdings and £848,000 from her self-tanning brand Filter, as revealed by The Sun.

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With 6.3million Instagram followers, she also landed a six-figure deal with fast fashion chain Pretty Little Thing in 2019 to become their creative director while her book, Becoming Molly-Mae, is priced at £20 and out on June 9. 

2. Dani Dyer: £3.1million

Daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, Dani, 25, has carved herself out as a “mumfluencer” after she welcomed son Santiago with her jailed ex Sammy Kimmence in January last year. 

The 2018 winner has fronted washing adverts with the catchphrase “Perf with Surf” along with an InTheStyle fashion collaboration and podcast with her dad called Sorted with the Dyers. 

3. Maura Higgins: £2.5million 

Maura has amassed a following of 3.4million on Instagram since leaving the villa in 2019 and her sexy snaps caught the eye of Elite Model Agency.

The Irish-born beauty signed to the star-studded agency in 2019 which has the likes of Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford on its books. 

Former grid girl Maura, 31, reportedly bagged £500,000 from both clothing brand boohoo and lingerie giant Ann Summers.

4. Tommy Fury: £2.4million 

Tommy, 23, was crowned the runner-up on Love Island in 2019 alongside his now multi-millionaire girlfriend Molly-Mae with the pair moving into their £4million mansion in Cheshire earlier this year. 

The sportsman and younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, 33, has an unbeaten boxing record and signed a reported six-figure deal to become the face of boohooMAN following his stint in the villa. 

5. Amber Gill: £2million 

The 24-year-old beat Molly-Mae and Tommy to the Love Island trophy in 2019 and bagged a share of the £50,000 prize money with her ex Greg O’Shea. 

Amber became the face of fashion firm MissPap just six weeks after leaving the villa but has recently turned to hand to writing a Mills and Boon romance novel which is out in July. 

6. Megan Barton-Hanson: £2million

The 2018 Love Island star, 28, has cashed in on her model credentials by selling very raunchy snaps on her OnlyFans account. 

Megan made well over a million in the last financial year and is also thought to have made a fortune selling sexy lingerie.

7. Liberty Poole: £1.7million 

Liberty, 22, failed to find romance in the villa but has managed to rake in plenty of brand deals. 

The Birmingham beauty is the face of Lola’s Lashes, which is stocked in Harrods, and has worked with Skinny Tan and lingerie brand Boux Avenue. 

8. Amber Davies: £1.7million 

Welsh beauty Amber returned to her acting roots after leaving the villa and bagged her dream role in Dolly Parton’s West End musical 9 to 5. 

Meanwhile Amber, 25, who has garnered 1.4million followers, landed a £500,000 deal with fashion brand Motel Rocks after winning the 2017 series with Kem Cetinay.

9. Kem Cetinay: £1.4million  

The Essex-born hairdresser recently signed a reported seven-figure deal with Primark to be the front grooming range which includes hairdryers, clippers and CBD. 

Kem, 25, who is also the owner of swanky Essex restaurant Array, has also turned his hand to presenting and was the backstage host of Dancing On Ice along with fronting Love Island’s podcast The Morning After. 

10. Chris Hughes: £1.4million 

Chris found love with Olivia Attwood on the ITV show. But while their romance did not stand the test of time, following their reality show Chris and Olivia: Crackin On’, his hosting skills have gone from strength to strength. 

The Gloucestershire native, 29, has made a name for himself as a regular presenter on ITV Racing and has amassed an Instagram following of 2.2million.

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