Love Island voting figures

Love Island: All Stars final voting figures revealed in ‘closest ever’ victory

There was just a two per cent difference between two couples

The Love Island: All Stars voting figures have been revealed in the “closest ever” victory for Tom and Molly who won the majority of the votes. And one Love Island couple missed out on the winning vote by just two per cent!

Molly and Tom won Love Island: All Stars and took home the $50,000 prize, with Callum and Jess coming in second. Sophie and Josh finished in third, Georgia S and Toby in fourth with Anton and Georgia H coming in last place.

Molly and Tom claimed 35 per cent of the Love Island voting figures while Jess and Callum received 33. Sophie and Josh were backed by 15 per cent of viewers, with Georgia Steel and Toby taking 10 per cent. Georgia H and Anton, meanwhile, only got seven per cent.

That means there was just a two per cent difference between first and second place for Callum and Jess.

Talking about navigating romance within the villa with her ex Callum there, Molly said: “I think obviously from the outside looking in, people won’t understand.

“We’re in an intense environment and you’ve got to get along so it kind of forced us to be friends.

“We probably wouldn’t be at this stage on the outside, it probably would have just been a bit awkward, but I feel like it’s got us to a place that we never would have gotten to, and I’m actually grateful for that.”

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