It’s been five months since the likes of Millie Court, Liam Reardon, Faye Winter and Toby Aromolaran left the Love Island villa and the ex-islanders have all become successful in various ways, with brands fighting to secure deals with them.
Millie has signed a six-figure deal with ASOS, Toby has become an ambassador for Boohooman, Lucinda immediately got snapped up by lingerie brand Boux Avenue and Liberty Poole has had a whole load of brands wanting to work with her.
However, when the contestants leave the villa, particularly the finalists, they don’t always take the first deal thrown at them, or any deal at all believe it or not. These are the six figure deals that Islanders have turned down…
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Teddy Soares has just announced that he’s the first reality star to sign with Jack Wills after being named the face of its influencer edit. Teddy has been bombarded with opportunities and six figure deals since leaving the show, but has revealed he wants to stay true to himself.
He as a result decided to steer away from signing with fast-fashion brands despite these massive deals being thrown his way.
How much Love Island stars have earned from their fashion deals including Dani Dyer's fortune
Teddy's girlfriend Faye has also signed a six-figure deal with hair brand Razzl Dazzl, but has also announced that she’s turned down other similar priced deals from various fashion brands so she can focus on launching her own property company instead.
If you didn’t know already, the 26-year old was a lettings manager before she entered the villa. The star has set up an Instagram account for the company, ‘Faye Home’ and it’s already reached 213k followers.
The blonde beauty is also planning on launching a homeware line as part of her empire – you go girl!
Molly-Mae Hague is one of the most successful influencers to come out of Love Island. At 22 years old, she’s already the Creative Director of fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing earning £2million a year and has a vast amount of deals with other brands such as Beauty Works.
However, it appears the blonde bombshell will not just accept every deal that falls on her lap. The reality star admitted turning down a £2 million pound deal to represent a certain fashion brand as it would be an "unethical partnership" unlike her Pretty Little Thing deal as this was a brand she has always loved and worn making it the perfect collaboration for her.
So it turns out putting a few extra zeros on the end doesn’t always win these reality stars over…
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