It's been an exciting few days, as mentioned previously in the Women's Euros, and now, Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti have won Love Island 2022. Gemma Owen and Luca Bish finished second, with Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope finishing third. Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page remained on the sidelines to support their fellow Islanders.
Noah Schnapp, who plays Ekin-Su and Davides in Stranger Things, was one of the first to tweet on Instagram, along with ex-Islander Natalia Zoppa and Shaugnha Phillips, Amber Gill, and Chloe Burrows. Margot Robbie backed the winning couple, telling The Sun a few days before that their actions were pure entertainment.
During the final, viewers were very active on Twitter, including celebs and ex-Islanders. We are fortunate, according to one viewer, while another questioned Gemma and Lucas' second place titles. Michael Owen, show your phone bill history as quickly as possible.
Despite the odds, fans enjoyed the final moments on Twitter, posting endless memes as the four couples were reduced to one. Below are a few highlights from the Love Island 2022 final.
Ekin-Su and Davide are the winners of Love Island 2022.
After their victory, Davide said, I couldn't believe it, and I just feel really lucky to be here.
Gemma and Luca came second (& Twitter was unsatisfied)
Following Lucas' recent behavior, some viewers were surprised to see the couple come second. Some even claimed that Michael Owen had somehow manipulated the vote.
Indiyah and Dami come up in third place.
Indiyah and Dami have had a wonderful time together. With their chemistry and overall loving nature, they definitely won some viewers hearts with their performances. The fact they were eliminated also gave the Islanders an opportunity to revisit their performance during the talent show, which is still hilarious as always.
Andrew and Tasha finish fourth.
Tasha and Andrew were the only couple to make it to the final three on the first day. Despite their flaws, many viewers were ecstatic for the couple to make it to the final three.
Twitter Says Goodbye to Love Island in 2022
Twitter said its final goodbyes to season eight in meme form, from the excessive amount of commercials to followers realising how much Love Island theyve watched in the previous eight weeks.