Season 3 love island

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Week 1
  • On Day 1, the Islanders coupled up for the first time. After all of the girls entered, the boys were asked to choose a girl to pair up with. Marcel was paired with Olivia, Dom with Montana, Sam and Camilla paired up, Amber and Harley coupled up, whilst Chloë paired up with Kem, and Jessica remained single, however was told she would be stealing one of the boys the following day.
  • On Day 2, Jessica chose to couple up with Dom, leaving Montana single.
  • On Day 6, the islanders re-coupled, with it being girls choice. As Jessica already coupled up with Dom, they were automatically coupled up during this re-coupling. Montana chose to be with Marcel, Chloë picked Chris, Olivia coupled up with Sam, whilst Amber went with Kem. Camilla also decided to be with Jonny leaving Harley single, and therefore dumping him from the island.
Week 3
  • On Day 14, the islanders re-coupled, with it being boys choice. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, Chloë and Chris, and Jessica and Dom remained together, whilst Sam chose to couple up with Montana, Mike picked Olivia, and Gabby paired with Marcel. As Tyne-Lexy remained single, she was dumped from the island.
  • On Day 20, the islanders re-coupled, with it being girls choice. As new Islanders, Simon and Tyla were able to pick first. Simon chose Montana, whilst Tyla picked Dom. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, and Gabby and Marcel remained together, whilst Chloe chose to couple up with Sam, and Olivia went with Chris.
Week 4
  • On Day 24, the islanders re-coupled, with it being boys choice. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, Gabby and Marcel, and Olivia and Chris remained together, whilst Simon coupled up with Tyla, and Dom was paired with Montana again.
Week 5
  • On Day 28, the original Islanders were told that they would be re-coupling. They were only given the option to remain in their current couple or to choose one of the new Islanders. However, as the boys and the girls were living in separate villas, they were not aware of what the other one chose. If one decided to re-couple and the other did not, then the one that did not would be dumped from the island. If both re-coupled then they would both remain in the villa with their new partner, or if they both remained then any remaining single Islanders would be eliminated. Olivia and Chris, and Gabby and Marcel both stayed loyal, whereas Amber and Kem both decided to re-couple with Nathan and Chyna respectively. Camilla and Jonny also decided to re-couple, choosing Craig and Danielle. Elsewhere Montana decided to re-couple with Alex, but Dom stayed loyal and therefore was dumped from the Island.
  • On Day 34, the islanders re-coupled, with it being boys choice. However new Islander Georgia was given the first choice. She chose to couple up with Kem. Alex and Montana, Chris and Olivia, Gabby and Marcel all decided to remain together, whilst Jamie picked Camilla, Theo chose Tyla, and Jonny was left with Amber.
Week 6
  • On Day 41, the islanders re-coupled, with it being girls choice. Alex and Montana, Camilla and Jamie, Gabby and Marcel, and Olivia and Chris all remained together, whilst Amber chose Kem, Tyla picked Mike, and Georgia chose Sam. As Theo remained single he was dumped from the island.
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Love Island (2015 TV series, series 3)

Week 1 Entrances
  • On Day 1, Amber, Camilla, Chloë, Dom, Harley, Jessica, Kem, Marcel, Montana, Olivia and Sam entered the villa.[19]
  • On Day 4, Chris and Jonny entered the villa.[24]
Coupling
  • On Day 1, the Islanders coupled up for the first time. After all of the girls entered, the boys were asked to choose a girl to pair up with. Marcel was paired with Olivia, Dom with Montana, Sam and Camilla paired up, Amber and Harley coupled up, whilst Chloë paired up with Kem, and Jessica remained single, however was told she would be stealing one of the boys the following day.[49]
  • On Day 2, Jessica chose to couple up with Dom, leaving Montana single.[49]
  • On Day 6, the Islanders re-coupled. This time it was the girls who had to pick a boy to pair up with. As Jessica already coupled up with Dom, they were automatically coupled up during this re-coupling. Montana chose to be with Marcel, Chloë picked Chris, Olivia coupled up with Sam, whilst Amber went with Kem. Camilla also decided to be with Jonny leaving Harley single, and therefore dumping him from the island.
Challenges
  • On Day 2, the Islanders took part in "A Lot Of Bottle", where the girls were selected at random to answer a question, with one of the boys being the answer. To answer the question the girls had to kiss the chosen boy. The roles then reversed with the boys answering questions about the girls.
  • On Day 4, the girls hosted a welcome party to introduce the new boys Chris and Jonny.
  • On Day 5, through touch alone, the girls had to decide which of the boys had the best body. However, as there was a wall between the girls and the boys, they did not know which body belonged to who. In the end Chris was chosen as the winner.And Sam was the loser with 0 points
  • On Day 6, the Islanders took part in a relay lilo race. The winning team received ice lollies.
Dates
  • On Day 2, as the newest couple, Dom and Jessica left the villa to go on a date.[57]
  • On Day 4, the public voted for which girls to send on a date with new Islanders Chris and Jonny. Camilla was sent on a date with Jonny, whilst Montana was chosen to date Chris.
  • On Day 5, as a reward for winning the challenge, Chris was given the opportunity to date a girl of his choice. He chose Chloë.
  • On Day 5, despite losing the challenge, Sam was given the opportunity to make up for it by going on a date. He chose to date Olivia.
Exits
  • On Day 6, Harley was eliminated after failing to couple up.[58]
Week 2 EntrancesChallenges
  • On Day 7, the Islanders had to do dares that they randomly picked from a cup.
  • On Day 9, the Islanders took part in a "Kissing Contest" where the girls had to individually kiss each of the boys, then wait for them to rate it. Gabby, Montana and Tyne-Lexy all won the contest in joint first.
  • On Day 10, the Islanders took part in "Love Island Sports Day".
  • On Day 12, the girls were given the option to take part in "Battle of the Bootie", with the reward for the winner being a date with a new Islander. The Islanders that decided to take part were Camilla, Chloë, Gabby, Montana and Tyne-Lexy. Tyne-Lexy was the winner of the challenge.[61]
Dates
  • On Day 8, as a new Islanders, Gabby and Tyne-Lexy were given the opportunity to date two boys. Gabby chose Chris and Marcel, whilst Tyne-Lexy dated Chris and Dom.
  • On Day 9, Amber and Kem left the villa to go on a date.
  • On Day 9, Dom and Jessica were chosen by the other Islanders to spend the night in the Hideaway.
  • On Day 12, after winning a challenge, Tyne-Lexy was rewarded with a date with new Islander Mike.
  • On Day 13, new Islander Mike was asked to choose three girls to take on a date. He chose Jessica, Montana and Olivia.
Week 3 EntrancesCoupling
  • On Day 14, the Islanders re-coupled once again. This time it was the boys who had to pick a girl to pair up with. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, Chloë and Chris, and Jessica and Dom remained together, whilst Sam chose to couple up with Montana, Mike picked Olivia, and Gabby paired with Marcel. As Tyne-Lexy remained single, she was dumped from the island.[63]
  • On Day 20, the Islanders re-coupled again. As new Islanders, Simon and Tyla were able to pick first. Simon chose Montana, whilst Tyla picked Dom. This time it was the girls who had to pick a boy to pair up with. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, and Gabby and Marcel remained together, whilst Chloe chose to couple up with Sam, and Olivia went with Chris.[64][65]
Challenges
  • On Day 15, the Islanders took part in a quiz about their other half. The Islanders wrote down the answers to the questions, and if it matched their partner's then they would score a point. Gabby and Marcel won the challenge with the most points.
  • On Day 16, the couples made smoothies with a twist. One half of the pair had to pass pieces of fruit to the other pair using their mouth alone, who then blended the fruit to make a smoothie. They then had to pass the smoothie back to their partner using their mouth who then deposited it into a glass. Chris and Chloë won this challenge.[66]
  • On Day 16, Camilla and Jonny hosted a sex positions quiz for the Islanders, where they read out a number of sex positions, and the first couple who acted them out correctly earned a point.[67]
Dates
  • On Day 15, after winning a challenge, Gabby and Marcel were rewarded with a hot tub date.[68]
  • On Day 19, Jonny and Camilla left the villa to go on a date.
  • On Day 20, new Islanders Simon and Tyla were asked to choose three other Islanders to take on dates. Tyla chose Jonny, Dom and Chris, whilst Simon chose Amber, Montana and Camilla.
Exits
  • On Day 14, Tyne-Lexy was eliminated after failing to couple up.[69]
  • On Day 18, after receiving the fewest public votes, Chloë and Chris, Dom and Jessica, and Mike and Olivia were in danger of leaving. The remaining Islanders had to choose one boy and one girl to dump from the island. The boys chose Jessica, whilst the girls chose Mike.[70]
Week 4 Entrances
  • On Day 26, Alex, Craig, Marino, Nathan, Rob and Steve entered the villa.[71]
  • On Day 26, Amelia, Chyna, Danielle, Ellisha-Jade and Shannen entered Casa Amor.[72]
Coupling
  • On Day 24, the Islanders re-coupled once again. This time it was the boys who had to pick a girl to pair up with. Amber and Kem, Camilla and Jonny, Gabby and Marcel, and Olivia and Chris remained together, whilst Simon coupled up with Tyla, and Dom was paired with Montana again.[73]
Challenges
  • On Day 21, the couples took part in the "Sexiest Pub Quiz" where all the questions were about sex. Marcel and Gabby were the winners of the challenge and were rewarded with video messages from home.[74]
  • On Day 23, Amber and Kem hosted as the couples took part in "Brits Abroad" where they played a number of British themed games. Simon and Montana were the overall winners.[75]
  • On Day 25, the Islanders were given quotes which had been said about them in the villa. The Islanders had to throw a drink over the Islander they thought said the quote.[76]
  • On Day 26, the Islanders in the main villa took on the Islanders in Casa Amor in a game of sexy charades.[77]
  • On Day 27, the Islanders in the main villa went head-to-head again with the Islanders in Casa Amor, where they took part in a number of challenges. For every challenge won they would earn a point, where the villa with the most points at the end would receive a party.[78]
Dates
  • On Day 24, Olivia and Chris left the villa to go on a shopping date to buy ingredients which they later cooked for the fellow Islanders.[79]
Exits
  • On Day 23, the couples voted anonymously for who they thought was the least compatible couple. As Chloë and Sam received the most votes, they were dumped from the island and eliminated.[80]
  • On Day 25, the public voted for who they thought were the most compatible couple. As Simon and Tyla received the fewest votes, their time in the villa was put at risk. The couples then had to vote for either Simon or Tyla to dump from the island. They chose to eliminate Simon.[81][82]
  • On Day 26, Chris, Dom, Jonny, Kem and Marcel moved out of the villa and moved into Casa Amor.[83] They returned to the main villa on Day 28.
Week 5 EntrancesCoupling
  • On Day 28, the original Islanders were told that they would be re-coupling. They were only given the option to remain in their current couple or to choose one of the new Islanders. However, as the boys and the girls were living in separate villas, they were not aware of what the other one chose. If one decided to re-couple and the other did not, then the one that did not would be dumped from the island. If both re-coupled then they would both remain in the villa with their new partner, or if they both remained then any remaining single Islanders would be eliminated. Olivia and Chris, and Gabby and Marcel both stayed loyal, whereas Amber and Kem both decided to re-couple with Nathan and Chyna respectively. Camilla and Jonny also decided to re-couple, choosing Craig and Danielle. Elsewhere Montana decided to re-couple with Alex, but Dom stayed loyal and therefore was dumped from the Island.[55] As new Islanders Amelia, Ellisha-Jade, Marino, Rob, Shannen and Steve stayed single, they were eliminated.[56]
  • On Day 34, the Islanders re-coupled once again, this time it was the boys choosing which girl they wanted to couple up with. However new Islander Georgia was given the first choice. She chose to couple up with Kem. Alex and Montana, Chris and Olivia, Gabby and Marcel all decided to remain together, whilst Jamie picked Camilla, Theo chose Tyla, and Jonny was left blinking severely as he called Theo a "gigantic bellend" with Amber.[86]
Challenges
  • On Day 30, the Islanders were split into two teams and were each asked questions based on what the public voted in an online poll. The Islanders had to do a poll dance before revealing their answer.[87]
  • On Day 32, the Islanders took part in a game of "Sexy Beer pong", where as well as drinking a drink, the Islander also had to perform a dare written on the bottom of the cup.
  • On Day 33, the boys took part in an assault course, however they had to go through trying to look as sexy as possible. During their performances the girls were distracting them by spraying them with paint. The girls then chose Jamie as the winner.[88]
Dates
  • On Day 29, Alex and Montana were sent to the Hideaway to go on a date.[89]
  • On Day 32, Amber, Olivia and Tyla were sent on a date with new Islander Theo, whilst Amber, Camilla and Tyla were sent on a date to meet Jamie, another new Islander.
  • On Day 33, after winning a challenge, Jamie was rewarded with a date with Camilla.[90]
Exits
  • On Day 28, Amelia, Dom, Ellisha-Jade, Marino, Rob, Shannen and Steve were eliminated after failing to couple up.[91]
  • On Day 31, the public voted for their favourite boy and girl. As Nathan and Chyna received the fewest votes, they were eliminated. Following this, Marcel was told that he was the boy who received the most votes, and therefore had to choose to dump one more out of Danielle and Tyla, the girls who received the second and third least. He chose Danielle. Montana was then told she was the girl who received the most votes, and was told to choose one of Craig and Jonny to dump, as they also received the second and third least. She chose to dump Craig.[92]
Week 6 Entrances
  • On Day 39, Mike and Sam re-entered the villa.[9]
Coupling
  • On Day 41, the Islanders re-coupled once again. This time it was the girls who chose which boy they wanted to re-couple with. Alex and Montana, Camilla and Jamie, Gabby and Marcel, and Olivia and Chris all remained together, whilst Amber got back together with Kem, Tyla picked Mike, and Georgia chose Sam. As Theo remained single he was dumped from the island.[93]
Challenges
  • On Day 38, the couples took part in a number of sausage themed games. Camilla and Jamie were the overall winners.
  • On Day 40, the boys had to compete to get the girl's heart racing the most in any way possible. Kem was the winner of this challenge.
Dates
  • On Day 37, Camilla and Jamie spent the night in the Hideaway.[94]
  • On Day 39, Alex and Montana left the villa to go on a date.[95]
Exits
  • On Day 38, the public voted for their favourite Islanders. Jonny and Tyla received the fewest votes and were therefore in danger of being dumped. It was then up to those two to decide which of them should leave. Jonny decided to sacrifice himself.[96]
  • On Day 41, after failing to couple up, Theo was dumped from the island.[97]
Week 7 Challenges
  • On Day 42, the couples took part in a quiz about each other, where their answers simply had to match each other's. If the answers did not match, the boys would get dunked. Alex and Montana, and Mike and Tyla were joint winners of this challenge.
  • On Day 44, the Islanders were split into two teams and were given some tweets from viewers about the Islanders but with the names removed. In order to score points, the teams had to burst a balloon and then correctly identify the name of the Islander on the tweet.
  • On Day 45, the girls took a lie detector test with the boys asking the questions.[98]
  • On Day 46, the couples had their parenting skills tested by looking after dolls.[99]
  • On Day 47, the Islanders took part in a talent contest.[100]
  • On Day 48, the girls each had to complete an undercover assignment without the boys knowing.[101]
DatesExits
  • On Day 44, after receiving the fewest public votes, Mike and Tyla were dumped from the island.[107]
  • On Day 46, after receiving the fewest public votes, Georgia and Sam were dumped from the island.[108]
Week 8 Challenges
  • On Day 49, the couples took part in a number of Love Island themed challenges based on popular quotes from the series such as "100% my type on paper" and "Putting all my eggs in one basket".
Exits
  • On Day 50, having received the most votes to be dumped from their fellow Islanders, Alex and Montana, Camilla and Jamie, and Gabby and Marcel were at risk of being eliminated.[109] The decision then went down to the public, who chose not to save Alex and Montana – and therefore dumped them from the island.[110]
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Love Island USA Season 3 Stars On Cameo & How Much Money They Charge

The post-season of Love Island USA season 3 has been quite eventful, and the islanders have kept busy on social media by setting up Cameo accounts to interact with their fans and make some money off of digital videos. For a total of 40 days, fans kept up with the new batch of islanders in the Love Island USA season 3 cast. Throughout the season, many relationships and friendships were formed, as well as a few hearts were broken.

In the end, the four finalist couples in season 3 were Olivia Kaiser & Korey Gandy (who placed first), Kyra Lizama & Will Moncada (who placed second), Bailey Marshall & Jeremy Hershberg (who placed third), and Alana Paolucci & Charlie Lynch (who placed fourth). Of note, fan-favorite couples such as Cashay Proudfoot & Cinco, as well as Shannon St Claire & Josh Goldstein, were absent from the grand finale following their early departure from the villa.

Related: Love Island USA: Javonny Vega Teases Mystery New Girlfriend

Alas, these islanders have been doing a great job at keeping their fans updated throughout the post-season of Love Island USA season 3. For instance, Bailey has already revealed that she and Jeremy have broken up, whereas Kyra and Will have been inseparable since the show ended. As of this writing, Olivia & Korey, Cash & Cinco, and Shannon & Josh are still together and seen as couples. Meanwhile, these contestants are capitalizing by making videos on Cameo.

Will Moncada ($69)

At $69, Will sells the most expensive Cameo videos out of the entire season 3 cast. Will was introduced to viewers on day one in the villa as he walked in alongside Cinco, and the islander made it all the way to the grand finale along with his partner Kyra.

Shannon St Claire ($55)

Despite not reaching the finale due to her shockingly early departure with Josh, Shannon is still a very popular contestant from Love Island USA season 3. As such, Shannon charges $55 for each Cameo video she makes for her fans. As of this writing, Shannon has 12 five-star reviews on the platform.

Cashay Proudfoot ($50)

Cash is one of this year's standout Love Island stars, and many fans were devastated to watch her elimination on the show. Nonetheless, Cashay has been doing just fine outside the show. Between traveling to meet up with her season 3 co-stars and dating Cinco, Cash makes Cameo videos that cost $50 each.

Josh Goldstein ($50)

Also charging $50 on Cameo is Josh. He and Shannon had to depart the show early after finding out that Josh's sister, Lindsey Beth Goldstein, had passed away. Alas, the couple is still stronger than ever in the post-season. In fact, Josh plans on moving in with Shannon.

Related: Love Island USA: Leslie Shades Producers' Comment About LGBT Islanders

Korey Gandy ($45)

Love Island USA season 3 winner Korey split the $100,000 grand prize with Olivia and recently launched his brand-new clothing line. Otherwise, Korey has been making videos for his fans on Cameo costing $45 each. Right now, Korey has as many as 24 five-star reviews.

Cinco a.k.a. Melvin Holland Jr. ($45)

Cinco also charges $45 for each Cameo video. Following the roller-coaster ride that his Love Island USA experience turned out to be, Cinco has become one of the biggest fan-favorites of the show. Of note, Cinco has several fantastic reviews on Cameo.

Kyra Lizama ($40)

For the most part, Kyra had a pretty smooth ride on Love Island USA, which culminated in her placing second alongside Will at the grand finale. With that said, fans accused Kyra and Will of meeting before the show, which they have since adamantly denied. On Cameo, Kyra charges $40 for each video.

Javonny Vega ($40)

Also charging $40 for each video on Cameo is Javonny Vega, who was eliminated from the show on day 17 after attempting to develop a relationship with Olivia all season long. Since leaving the villa, Javonny has mostly kept his status as a popular contestant with the Love Island fans.

Bailey Marshall ($40)

Bailey came into the Love Island USA season 3 villa rather late, but she still left a massive impression on the public and her fellow co-stars. In fact, many viewers questioned why Bailey was added as such a late addition to the season. On her Cameo profile, Bailey charges $40 for each video.

Aimee Flores ($29)

As fate would have it, Aimee Flores and Wes Ogsbury were dumped together on Love Island USA. They ended up exploring a relationship outside the villa despite having only met a few days prior to their elimination. However, keeping up with the status of their relationship has been rather confusing. On Cameo, Aimee charges $29 for a video.

Related: Love Island USA: Genny Wants To 'Move On' From Talking About The Show

Gabe Sadowsky ($25)

Casa Amor newbie Gabe Sadowsky charges $25 for Cameo videos. He didn't find love in the villa, but Gabe has still been pretty active with the Love Island USA fandom since appearing on the show.

Isaiah Harmison ($20)

Some viewers hoped that Isaiah Harmison was going to be Mr. Right for Cashay on the show, but things didn't pan out that way. Following his elimination, Isaiah defaulted back to his career as a personal trainer, but he also created a Cameo profile to charge $20 for personalized videos.

Christian Longnecker ($20)

This year, Christian Longnecker was the very first eliminated contestant on Love Island USA. Alas, he's been pretty active on social media and also took the opportunity to create a Cameo account. Christian currently charges $20 for each video.

Andrew John Phillips ($20)

Andrew John Phillips was introduced to viewers as another Casa Amor addition to the show. Despite not having a successful run on Love Island, Andrew is still pretty popular on social media and charges $20 for Cameo videos.

K-Ci Maultsby ($15)

Unfortunately, K-Ci Maultsby had an extremely short run on Love Island USA season 3. He certainly didn't find love on the show, but K-Ci is still enjoying the benefits that come from reality TV fame. On Cameo, K-Ci is charging $15 for each video.

Elly Steffen ($15)

Elly was brought into the villa alongside Bailey and Alana, but she wasn't able to couple up with a popular islander in order to stay on the show. With that said, Elly still charges $15 on Cameo to make videos for her fans. As of this writing, Elly is still new to Cameo.

Related: Love Island USA: Why Fans Think Jeremy & Florita Are Now Together

Charlie Lynch ($10)

Charlie was one of four male finalists on Love Island USA season 3, but it's safe to say that he just wasn't well-received by some viewers. However, by charging $10 per Cameo video, Charlie is still managing to make some money from his newfound fame.

Slade Parker ($10)

One of the shortest appearances in Love Island history came from Slade Parker, who had to immediately leave the villa upon hearing that his family needed his help back home. Slade charges $10 for a Cameo video, so fans can probably learn more about him through this platform.

Wes Ogsbury ($10)

Fans and islanders were extremely impressed by Harvard football team captain Wes upon his introduction to the villa, but he still got dumped rather quickly on the show. Outside the villa, Wes has been charging $10 for his videos on Cameo.

Isabel Johnson ($10)

At $10 per Cameo video, Isabel Johnson is another Casa Amor islander who has been trying to capitalize on her reality TV fame. She didn't find love with Korey in the villa but still became a popular contestant on social media.

Raul Frias ($10)

Pro basketball player Raul Frias also charges $10 for each Cameo video. He was brought into the show as a Casa Amor newbie and attempted to develop a relationship with Cashay, but things didn't evolve between them.

Kamryn Mickens-Bennett ($10)

Last but certainly not least, the Love Island USA fans have taken a liking to Kamryn Mickens-Bennett since his time on the show came to an end. Kamryn currently charges $10 per Cameo video.

More: Love Island USA Season 3: Which Couples Are Together & Which Broke Up?

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Love Island USA Season 3: Which Couples Are Together & Which Broke Up?

Discover which Love Island USA season 3 couples are still together. Moreover, find out which Love Island USA couples broke up after the show.

Now that Love Island USA season 3 has been over for about a month, fans have been curious to find out which couples are still together and which pairings have already broken up. This year, Love Island USA was filmed over the course of 40 days in a Hawaiian villa. Right from the start, viewers were excited about the follow-up to the fantastic Love Island USA season 2 cast that they were introduced to in 2020.

Day-one islanders such as Olivia Kaiser, Korey Gandy, Kyra Lizama, Will Moncada, and Jeremy Hershberg were lucky and compelling enough to make it all the way to the end. However, most of the OG contestants were sent home at one point or another throughout the season. From Cinco being dumped as a result of his love triangle to Cashay Proudfoot not getting saved by her co-stars to Trina Njoroge being sent home right before the Love Island USA season 3 finale, this was quite an eventful season for certain fan-favorites.

Related: Love Island USA: Korey Gandy Launches 'What The Freak' Clothing Brand

Speaking of favorites, viewers also got to witness the shocking and tragic departure of Josh Goldstein and Shannon St Claire after they learned that Josh's sister, Lindsey Beth Goldstein, had suddenly passed away. Alas, eliminations and sudden exits apart, this season also featured plenty of compelling newcomers such as Bailey Marshall, Alana Paolucci, and Andre Luis Brunelli, to name a few.

Still Together: Olivia Kaiser & Korey Gandy

After maintaining a strong friendship throughout their time in the villa, Olivia and Korey got to couple up with each other and arrive together at the grand finale. In the end, Korey and Olivia won Love Island USA and chose to split up the $100,000 grand prize. As of this writing, this couple is still together. Some fans have questioned how much time they've actually spent together after the show, but Olivia and Korey have kept outwardly flirting with each other on social media and making it known that they're dating.

Still Together: Kyra Lizama & Will Moncada

After getting quite a bit of criticism throughout their time on Love Island, Kyra and Will still went on to place second at the grand finale. With that said, Will and Kyra have been absolutely inseparable since they left the villa. Will traveled to Hawaii to meet some of Kyra's loved ones, all while the Love Island USA season 3 runners-up also reportedly plan a trip to Colombia so Kyra can meet Will's family in South America.

Broke Up: Bailey Marshall & Jeremy Hershberg

The first official Love Island breakup following this season came from Bailey and Jeremy. It's safe to say that many viewers weren't rooting for Jeremy when season 3 first started. He coupled up with several girls during his time on the show, but he seemed to finally find his true match once Bailey was introduced as a late addition to the cast. After the season ended, Jeremy and Bailey seemed excited to explore their relationship outside the villa. However, Bailey has since updated the fans that she and Jeremy have officially broken up.

Unclear: Alana Paolucci & Charlie Lynch

It was never exactly clear where Alana stood with Charlie Lynch after he re-coupled with her and ended up sending Cash home as a result. Unfortunately, at least as far as the fans are concerned, things aren't exactly that much clearer between these two. Both Charlie and Alana have been spotted together a few times outside the villa. Since leaving the show, Alana and Charlie said time and time again that they want to get to know each other more in the real world. It doesn't appear that things have moved up from there, but Alana and Charlie haven't officially broken up either.

Related: Love Island USA: Will Moncada Pokes Fun At Being Called A 'Villain'

Still Together: Shannon St Claire & Josh Goldstein

After their sudden departure from Love Island USA season 3, Josh and Shannon are planning to move in together somewhere in Florida in the near future. Things are going pretty great for them as far as their relationship is concerned. Josh and his family members are still mourning the loss of his sister, Lindsey Beth, but the islander has called Shannon his "rock" throughout this process. Josh is still living in Boston and Shannon is still in Philadelphia, but they're just a short flight away from each other, which makes it easy for them to visit each other regularly. Just like Will and Kyra, Josh and Shannon have been seemingly inseparable since they left the villa. There's no question that these two are still together and thriving.

Still Together: Cashay Proudfoot & Cinco (AKA Melvin Holland Jr)

Cinco couldn't make up his mind between Cashay and Trina while trying not to hurt their feelings, which unfortunately led to all three of them being separately dumped from the villa. Alas, Cash and Cinco are together after Love Island, so it seems like this process still worked for them in a more unexpected way. Their post-season journey started when Cinco and Cash ran into each other at an airport. Since then, Cash and Cinco both talked each other into Cash staying at Cinco's place in Virginia. She went on to meet his family members and friends while staying at his place for a few days. As of this writing, Cinco and Cashay are still reportedly dating.

Still Together: Aimee Flores & Wes Ogsbury

In recent weeks, Aimee Flores scared certain Love Island USA fans by unfollowing Wes Ogsbury on Instagram and deleting all his pictures from her IG grid. Since their early departure from the show, Wes and Aimee had been inseparable. In a shocking turn of events, Aimee then followed Wes back on Instagram and seemingly backtracked on whatever decision she had made a few days before. It is still unclear what happened between Aimee and Wes and why she seemingly second-guessed their relationship after being so solid for a long time. But what matters is that they're now apparently together, regardless of what happened at one point in time.

For the most part, there are several Love Island USA season 3 couples who are apparently still together after the show. Some of those relationships are still pretty unclear and undefined to the fans, but if the islanders are still claiming to be working on things behind the scenes, then the fandom can only respect their process and wait for new updates to follow. Last year, most Love Island USA season 2 couples stayed together for quite a few months, with breakup announcements not hitting the press until December 2020 and January 2021. Hopefully, season 3 has put together a few couples that will endure the test of time outside the villa.

More: Love Island USA: Leslie Shades Producers' Comment About LGBT Islanders

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LOVE ISLAND is the sizzling summer series based on the international smash hit and cultural phenomenon. The matchmaking begins as a group of single “Islanders” come together in a stunning villa in Las Vegas, ready to embark on a summer of dating, romance, and ultimately, relationships. Every few days the Islanders pair up and those who are not coupled are at risk of being dumped from the island. Islanders are on the lookout for romance, but the road to love doesn’t always run smoothly. Challenges abound with intriguing new Islander arrivals and dramatic twists as friendships and relationships form. In addition to choosing their partners wisely, Islanders must also win the hearts of viewers who have the opportunity to shape events on screen and ultimately crown one lucky couple the winner who will then have the chance to walk away with both love and the cash prize.

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Love Island Season 3: Where Are They Now?

For a couple of pairs on "Love Island," they might've met on the show, but their love really started blossoming once they got home. The main instance of this is Shannon St. Clair and Josh Goldstein. The two met on the show and instantly hit it off, but their time at the villa was interrupted when Josh was notified by producers that his sister had passed away. Revealing the news to the rest of the cast, Josh announced that he would be returning home to be with his family and grieve, and on top of that, Shannon would be leaving with him. Josh posted a heartfelt tribute to his sister on his Instagram after her death, while no cause of death has been revealed. Luckily for the college baseball player, he found someone special in Shannon, and their relationship seems to have only gotten stronger in the aftermath. The two are happily in love, and in a recent post on Shannon's Instagram, she praised her boyfriend's strength, stating "I'm so proud of the man you have become." 

Also finding a better connection on the outside are Cashay "Cash" Proudfoot and Melvin "Cinco" Holland Jr. The duo had a bit of a love triangle on "Love Island" that didn't end well for either of them, but then they reconnected after in Virginia, where Cinco lives. The two were together for Cash's "After the Island" interview, surprising the hosts. Cash revealed that she was only supposed to be in Virginia for about an hour for a layover, meeting Cinco at the airport, but "then he goes, 'You could just stay.' And I said, 'Yeah, I could.'" Well, apparently she did, and the two are feeling things out going forward. If you want to see their airport meet up for yourself, "After the Island" posted a video originally from Cash's Instagram stories on the show's official Instagram. Fans can only hope that these couples work out and stay together. 

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Love Island (American season 3)

Season of American reality television series

Season of television series

Love Island
Love Island 3 Promotional Poster.jpeg

Promotional poster for the season

StarringLove Island cast members
Hosted byArielle Vandenberg
No. of days40
No. of contestants34
Winners
  • Korey Gandy
  • Olivia Kaiser
Runner-ups
Companion shows
  • Love Island: The Drop
  • Love Island: Laid Bare
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes29
Original networkCBS
Original releaseJuly 7 (2021-07-07) –
August 15, 2021 (2021-08-15)
WebsiteOfficial website

← Previous
Season 2

List of episodes

The third season of the American version of the television reality program Love Island premiered on CBS in the United States and CTV in Canada on July 7, 2021. Arielle Vandenberg returned to host the series while Matthew Hoffman provided voice-over narration.

The season was filmed in a villa located in Nīnole, Hawaii.[1] And will be on Itvbe on 30th August 2021 in the U.K.

Format[edit]

Further information: Love Island (American TV series) § Format

Love Island is a reality television program in which a group of contestants, who are referred to as "Islanders", are living in a villa in Hawaii. The Islanders are cut off from the outside world and are under constant video surveillance. To survive in the villa, the Islanders must be in a relationship with another Islander. The Islanders couple up for the first time on first impressions but they are later forced to "re-couple" at special ceremonies in which they can choose to remain with their current partners or to switch partners. At the villa, the couples must share a bed for sleeping and are permitted to talk with other Islanders at any time, allowing them to get to know everyone.[2] While in the villa, each Islander has his or her own telephone, with which they can contact other Islanders via text and can receive text messages informing them of the latest challenges, dumpings, and re-couplings. While the Islanders might appear to have unmediated access to the outside world, they are limited in both their alcohol consumption and communication with the outside world.[3]

The Islanders are presented with many games and challenges that are designed to test their physical and mental abilities, after which the winners are sometimes presented with special prizes, such as a night at the Hideaway or a special date.[4]

Islanders can be eliminated, or "dumped", for several reasons; these include remaining single after a re-coupling and by public vote through the Love Islandmobile app. During the show's final week, members of the public vote to decide which couple should win the series; the couple who receive the most votes win.[4]

At the envelope ceremony on finale night, the couple who received the highest number of votes from the public receive two envelopes, one for each partner. One envelope contains $100,000 and the other contains nothing. The partner with the $100,000 envelope may choose whether to share the money with his or her partner as a test of trust and commitment.[2]

Islanders[edit]

The initial Islanders were revealed June 29, 2021.[5] Initially, Tony "Ballo" Caraballo was announced as part of the cast entering for the Casa Amor twist, but was replaced by Kamryn "Kam" Mickens-Bennett the next day.

IslanderAgeResidenceEnteredExitedStatusRef
Korey Gandy28Virginia Beach, VirginiaDay 1Day 40Winner[6]
Olivia Kaiser28Anchorage, AlaskaDay 1Day 40Winner
Kyra Lizama 23 Honolulu, HawaiiDay 1 Day 40 Runner-up
Will Moncada 26 Medellín, ColombiaDay 1 Day 40 Runner-up
Bailey Marshall 23 Portland, OregonDay 26 Day 40 Third place
Jeremy Hershberg 27 New York, New YorkDay 1 Day 40 Third place
Alana Paolucci 28 New York, New YorkDay 26 Day 40 Fourth place
Charlie Lynch 30 Houston, TexasDay 19 Day 40 Fourth place
Andre Brunelli 28 Miami, FloridaDay 30 Day 38 Dumped
Trina Njoroge 25 Hacienda Heights, CaliforniaDay 1 Day 38 Dumped
Elly Steffen 22 Chicago, IllinoisDay 26 Day 34 Dumped
K-Ci Maultsby 27 Atlanta, GeorgiaDay 30 Day 34 Dumped
Cashay Proudfoot 25 New York, New YorkDay 1 Day 32 Dumped
Josh Goldstein 24 Haverhill, MassachusettsDay 1 Day 31 Walked
Shannon St. Clair 25 Warminster, PennsylvaniaDay 1 Day 31 Walked
Genevieve Shawcross 22 West Chester, PennsylvaniaDay 19 Day 25 Dumped
Melvin "Cinco" Holland, Jr. 25 Ashburn, VirginiaDay 1 Day 25 Dumped
Leslie Golden 24 Redwater, TexasDay 19 Day 24 Removed
Florence "Flo" Mueller 26 Miami, FloridaDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Isabel Johnson 21 Minneapolis, MinnesotaDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Kay Taylor 24 Calabasas, CaliforniaDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Andrew John Phillips 28 Fort Lauderdale, FloridaDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Gabe Sadowsky 27 Nashua, New HampshireDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Kamryn "Kam" Mickens-Bennett 25 Summit, New JerseyDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Raul Frias 24 Hialeah, FloridaDay 19 Day 22 Dumped
Javonny Vega 26 Boca Raton, FloridaDay 1 Day 17 Dumped
Wes Ogsbury 24 Denver, ColoradoDay 12 Day 17 Dumped
Aimee Flores 26 Los Angeles, CaliforniaDay 3 Day 17 Dumped
Florita Diaz 27 Miami, FloridaDay 8 Day 17 Dumped
Isaiah Harmison 25 Houston, TexasDay 6 Day 15 Dumped
Slade Parker 27 Rome, GeorgiaDay 12 Day 14 Walked
Lei-Yen Rapp 28 Houston, TexasDay 8 Day 11 Dumped
Roxy Ahmad 24 London, United KingdomDay 8 Day 11 Dumped
Christian Longnecker 24 Oahu, HawaiiDay 1 Day 5 Dumped

Coupling and elimination history[edit]

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6
Day 1 Day 2 Day 5 Day 11 Day 15 Day 17 Day 22 Day 25 Day 32 Day 34 Day 38 Final
Korey Kyra SingleTrina Florita Cashay SafeLeslie SafeOlivia SafeAndre & Trina
to dump
Split
the 100k
Winner
(Day 40)
Olivia Javonny Javonny Javonny Javonny VulnerableSingleSafeKorey SafeAndre & Trina
to dump
Winner
(Day 40)
Kyra Korey Will Will Will Will SafeWill VulnerableWill SafeAndre & Trina
to dump
Runner-up
(Day 40)
Will SingleKyra Kyra Kyra Kyra SafeKyra VulnerableKyra SafeAndre & Trina
to dump
Runner-up
(Day 40)
Bailey Not in VillaJeremy SavedAndre & Trina
to dump
Third place
(Day 40)
Jeremy Trina Aimee Aimee Florita VulnerableGenevieve SavedBailey SavedAndre & Trina
to dump
Third place
(Day 40)
Alana Not in VillaCharlie VulnerableAndre & Trina
to dump
Fourth place
(Day 40)
Charlie Not in VillaCashay SafeAlana VulnerableAndre & Trina
to dump
Fourth place
(Day 40)
Andre Not in VillaTrina SafeAlana & Charlie
to dump
Dumped
(Day 38)
Trina Jeremy Korey Cinco Cinco SavedCinco SavedAndre SafeAlana & Charlie
to dump
Dumped
(Day 38)
Elly Not in VillaK-Ci VulnerableDumped
(Day 34)
K-Ci Not in VillaElly VulnerableDumped
(Day 34)
Cashay Christian Cinco Cinco Isaiah Korey SafeCharlie SafeSingleDumped
(Day 32)
Josh Shannon Shannon Shannon Shannon SafeShannon SafeWalked
(Day 31)
Shannon Josh Josh Josh Josh SafeJosh SafeWalked
(Day 31)
Genevieve Not in VillaJeremy VulnerableDumped
(Day 25)
Cinco SingleCashay Cashay Trina Trina SavedTrina VulnerableDumped
(Day 25)
Leslie Not in VillaKorey Removed
(Day 24)
Flo Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Isabel Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Kay Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Andrew Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Gabe Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Kam Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Raul Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 22)
Javonny Olivia Olivia Olivia Olivia VulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Wes Not in VillaAimee VulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Aimee Not in VillaJeremy Jeremy Wes VulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Florita Not in VillaKorey Jeremy VulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Isaiah Not in VillaCashay SingleDumped
(Day 15)
Slade Not in VillaWalked
(Day 14)
Lei-Yen Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 11)
Roxy Not in VillaSingleDumped
(Day 11)
Christian Cashay SingleSingleDumped
(Day 5)
Notes 1none234none5none6
Walked noneSladenoneJosh,
Shannon
none
Removed noneLeslienone
Dumped No
Dumping
Christian
Failed to
couple up
Roxy
Failed to
couple up
Isaiah
Failed to
couple up
Aimee & Florita
Boys' choice
to dump
Andrew, Gabe, Kam, Raul
Failed to
couple up
Cinco
Girls' choice
to dump
Cashay
Failed to
couple up
Elly & K-Ci
Islanders’ choice
to dump
Andre & Trina
4 of 5 votes
to dump
Alana & Charlie
Fewest votes to win
Bailey & Jeremy
Third–most votes to win
Lei-Yen
Failed to
couple up
Javonny & Wes
Girls' choice
to dump
Flo, Isabel, Kay
Failed to
couple up
Genevieve
Boys' choice
to dump
Kyra & Will
Second–most votes to win
Korey & Olivia
Most votes to win
Notes
  • ^Note 1 :   Cinco and Will entered after the initial coupling and were told that after twenty-four hours they’d be allowed to steal a girl from another guy.
  • ^Note 2 :     America voted for the most compatible couples, with the three couples with the most votes being safe. The 3 saved couples then had to collectively save one more couple. The saved couples saved Cinco & Trina, leaving Aimee & Wes, Florita & Jeremy, and Olivia & Javonny vulnerable. The four saved boys then had to decide which vulnerable woman to save, choosing Olivia, and the 4 saved girls had to decide which vulnerable man to save, choosing Jeremy.
  • ^Note 3 :   As the final part for the Casa Amor twist in week 4, Casa Amor and the villa held two separate re-coupling ceremonies for the original islanders to choose whether to return to their previous partner or pick any new partner. Any of the 10 new islanders that remained single by the end of either ceremony was dumped from the villa. However, if one of the 10 original islanders remained single at the end of both ceremonies, they would still remain in the villa, but as a single islander. Andrew, Gabe, Kam, Raul, Flo, Isabel, and Kay remained single at the end the night, and were all dumped from the villa.
  • ^Note 4 :     America voted for their favorite girl and boy islanders, with the three girls and three boys with the most votes being safe. The 6 saved islanders then had to collectively save one more girl and boy islander. The saved girls saved Trina, while the saved boys saved Jeremy, leaving Cinco, Genevieve, Kyra, and Will vulnerable. The four saved girls then had to decide which vulnerable man to save, choosing Will, and the 4 saved boys had to decide which vulnerable woman to save, choosing Kyra.
  • ^Note 5 :     America voted for the couple with most potential, with the three couples with the most votes being safe. The 3 saved couples then had to collectively save one more couple. The saved couples saved Bailey & Jeremy, leaving Alana & Charlie and Elly & K-Ci vulnerable. The four saved couples then had to decide which vulnerable couple to save, choosing Alana & Charlie.
  • ^Note 6 : America voted for which couple they think should win Love Island. The couple with the most votes were declared the winners of Love Island and received the grand prize money.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Love Island (American TV series) episodes

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

CBS announced that Love Island had been renewed for a third season on January 27, 2021, with Vandenberg confirmed to return as host on the same day.[37] On May 13, 2021, it was announced that the season would be premiering on July 7, 2021, after the premiere of the twenty-third season of Big Brother.[38]

Casting[edit]

In an effort to promote diversity, CBS announced a new rule for Love Island and other non-scripted reality television shows on the network, that 50% of all contestants must be a Person of Color or an Indigenous person for the 2021–2022 broadcast season.[39] Along with Big Brother,[40] Kassting, Inc. will no longer be providing casting services for the upcoming third season.[41] Ally Capriotti Grant, an Emmy Award-winning casting director responsible for casting Queer Eye and previous Hell's Kitchen seasons, led the casting efforts for Love Island 3.[42]

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