Love Island final attracts record 3.6 million viewers

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This made it the most watched Love Island final ever and the most viewed episode of the series, which has been a ratings triumph for the channel.

She added that she thought Tommy and Molly-Mae should have won overall instead of Amber and Greg, explaining: "Yes [they should have won] because it is Love Island and they have found love, yes!"

The couple managed to beat off competition from series front runners Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, 20.

Runner-up Molly-Mae's family wore T-shirts emblazoned with her face and the words "Team Molly-Mae".

Greg's cousin Kelvin Brown said he was not surprised Greg won the series, and gave Amber his seal of approval.

Curtis and Maura, who came in fourth place on the popular show, joked about joining Strictly Come Dancing as their next project.

India Reynolds and Ovie Soko have even been posting snaps of one another, with the model revealing he finally asked for her phone number when they returned to home soil.

Original Islander Amber was first coupled with Callum and then Anton, but with little romantic attraction.

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While another commented on Ovie's delight and wrote: "ovie's reaction to amber winning is so cute".

After Joanna was axed, Michael attempted to revive his romance with Amber - but she was having none of it, instead chose to pursue her blossoming relationship with Greg.

Caroline put Greg to the test as he was told he could either keep the £50,000 for himself or share it half and half with Amber.

"I feel really angry when people say stuff like that about her, I get so protective".

As a result, Amber & Greg each left the villa with £25,000.

The show, now in its fifth year, has proved such a hit that it has been confirmed to run for two series in 2020, with a winter show in South Africa.

Love Island: The Reunion airs on ITV2 on Sunday at 9pm.

Love Island will be back for 2020 and we're now on the lookout for people to take part.

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