Love Island's Amber and Greg took nearly half the vote

Posted August 04, 2019

The final Love Island 2019 voting percentages and results have now been unveiled by ITV, detailing exactly how the vote in Monday's live show went.

This year's final saw Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill crowned the winners, beating favourites Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury - who were the only official couple in the final - to the top spot.

Tommy Fury liked newly-single TOWIE starlet Chloe Brockett's very sizzling snap, despite not sharing any posts featuring his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.

In stats obtained by Digital Spy, the series champions were shown to have secured nearly double the votes of runners-up Tommy and Molly-Mae.

Despite the big gap, it was a lot less than past year where Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham won with nearly 80% of the vote.

"Did anyone else notice how maura was fuming when greg and amber won aha #LoveIsland", a second wrote.

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.

Maura Higgins recently shared an update to show she'd returned to Ireland with partner Curtis Pritchard, and the dancer will no doubt meet the rest of her family. She then coupled up with Michael but he dumped her during the Casa Amor twist.

They are the first winning pair who had not been together for the majority of the series.

Amber already has 2.1 million followers on Instagram, while Maura has 1.6 million and Ovie has 1.5 million.

Greg penned a poem for Amber, in which he said he loved that she was "unique".

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.

'Love Island' may be over, but we still have one more episode to look forward to - the reunion.

She said: "You know what, I'm not going to lie, I was shocked". The show airs on Virgin Media Two and ITV2 on Sunday at 9:00pm.