THE 5 MOST BANKABLE
LOVE ISLAND STARS
Being the islander with the most social media followers (3.3m on Instagram), some experts are predicting Dani could earn as much as £750k from sponsored posts. She’s already estimated to have tripled her £25k prize money through £5k-a-pop public appearances and an estimated £100k from interviews.
The Essex hairdresser is believed to have made £1.2m since being crowned 2017 Love Island king, by appearing in Dancing On Ice (a five-figure sum), presenting segments on Good Morning
Britain, recording a top 20 grime hit with Chris Hughes, plus deals with Sainsbury’s and boohooman.
She admitted to blowing her £25k prize money on a red Chanel handbag, but the Welsh enchantress is estimated to have made £1m cashing in on her success, including a £500k contract with fashion brand Motelrocks, fitness websites and fronting a best-selling calendar showcasing her toned bod.
Chris has barely stopped working since his defined pecs graced last year’s show. He’s launched his own dating app, fitness DVD and autobiography (You Bantering Me?). Meanwhile, starring alongside Kem in two bromance spin-o£ TV shows is believed to have made him £250k.
Olivia Buckland & Alex Bowen
The newlyweds are estimated to have earned £3m between them since winning the 2016 show. Olivia also has her own Misspap clothing range, covered Ferne Mccann’s This Morning slot and flogged L’switch hair extensions.