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Who won Love Island Australia 2019?

IF LIKE us you are already pining for Married At First Sight Australia, then fear not, ITV2 have just the thing.

The network is showing Love Island Australia season 2, which was originally filmed back in 2019, which means a winner has already been announced.

Love Island Australia is being shown on ITV2

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WARNING: The below article features MAJOR spoilers from Love Island Australia season 2

Who won Love Island Australia 2019?

Love Island Australia was won by Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham.

The couple were viewer favourites after they got together halfway through the show and made their relationship official just before the show's final.

After the series ended, Anna and Josh moved in together during the pandemic and shared loads of photos from their time in lockdown.

Unfortunately, by November 2020, the couple took to Instagram to announce their split after a year together.

Love Island Australia was won by Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham

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Who were the runner-ups of Love Island Australia 2019?

In the final, Anna and Josh were joined by three other couples.

Matthew Zukowski and Cartier Surjan came in second, just missing out on the prize money.

Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw where in third, while Jessie Wynter and Todd Elton clinched fourth place.

The final three - Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw, Anna and Josh, and Cartier Surjan and Matthew Zukowski

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Which couples are still together?

None of the couples who were in the final, are still together.

As mentioned the winning couple split after a year together.

The other finalists met a similar fate, with Cartier and Matthew calling time almost just a month after the cameras stopped rolling.

Meanwhile, despite being rock solid on the show, Cynthia and Aaron also couldn't make it work in the real world.

Both took to Instagram to announce their break up news with Cynthia saying: "Letting go doesn't mean that you don't care about someone anymore. It's just realising that the only person you really have control over is yourself."

Jessie and Todd looked like they were set to stay strong after the show.

But after coming in fourth, the couple only managed to stay together for three months before calling it quits.

In February 2020, Jessie said: “This post isn’t easy to write and isn’t something I want to be confirming but sadly, yes the relationship between Todd and I is over.

“I know that coming off of a reality television show people will have their opinions which is a position I put myself in but please be mindful that at the end of the day we have feelings and breakups aren’t easy.”

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Who won Love Island Australia 2019?

IF LIKE us you are already pining for Married At First Sight Australia, then fear not, ITV2 have just the thing.

The network is showing Love Island Australia season 2, which was originally filmed back in 2019, which means a winner has already been announced.

Love Island Australia is being shown on ITV2

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WARNING: The below article features MAJOR spoilers from Love Island Australia season 2

Who won Love Island Australia 2019?

Love Island Australia was won by Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham.

The couple were viewer favourites after they got together halfway through the show and made their relationship official just before the show's final.

After the series ended, Anna and Josh moved in together during the pandemic and shared loads of photos from their time in lockdown.

Unfortunately, by November 2020, the couple took to Instagram to announce their split after a year together.

Love Island Australia was won by Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham

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Who were the runner-ups of Love Island Australia 2019?

In the final, Anna and Josh were joined by three other couples.

Matthew Zukowski and Cartier Surjan came in second, just missing out on the prize money.

Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw where in third, while Jessie Wynter and Todd Elton clinched fourth place.

The final three - Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw, Anna and Josh, and Cartier Surjan and Matthew Zukowski

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Which couples are still together?

None of the couples who were in the final, are still together.

As mentioned the winning couple split after a year together.

The other finalists met a similar fate, with Cartier and Matthew calling time almost just a month after the cameras stopped rolling.

Meanwhile, despite being rock solid on the show, Cynthia and Aaron also couldn't make it work in the real world.

Both took to Instagram to announce their break up news with Cynthia saying: "Letting go doesn't mean that you don't care about someone anymore. It's just realising that the only person you really have control over is yourself."

Jessie and Todd looked like they were set to stay strong after the show.

But after coming in fourth, the couple only managed to stay together for three months before calling it quits.

In February 2020, Jessie said: “This post isn’t easy to write and isn’t something I want to be confirming but sadly, yes the relationship between Todd and I is over.

“I know that coming off of a reality television show people will have their opinions which is a position I put myself in but please be mindful that at the end of the day we have feelings and breakups aren’t easy.”

Love Island Australia's Cartier plots to steal Owen from Jess after shock recoupling

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Who Won Love Island Australia Season 2? The 2019 Winners

4 March 2021, 16:48 | Updated: 4 March 2021, 17:24

Who Won Love Island Australia Season 2? The 2019 Winners
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Love Island Australia season 2 is on UK TV right now and some eager viewers want to know who won back in 2019.

Love Island Australia season 2 hitting UK primetime telly has many fans living out their dreams of summer vicariously through the brand-new line up of singletons.

Season 2 of the dating show was actually filmed back in 2019 and viewers over here already want to know; who won Love Island Australia season 2?

Are Any Love Island Australia Season 2 Couples Still Together?

With a heated string of scandals yet to air on ITV2, let’s take a look at the 2019 winners…

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Who won Love Island Australia Season 2?

Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham won Love Island Australia 2019.

If you’re dying to find out who won the second season of the Aussie dating show and can’t wait for the season finale, we’ve got the answer covered for you.

The couple crowned the winners of Love Island Australia season 2 were Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham.

Model Anna and mortgage broker Josh went from strength to strength in the series and it was pretty much love for them from the get-go, with viewers rooting for them to stay together from the very start.

The other couples who reached the final were Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw and Cartier Surjan and Matt Zukowski.

Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham split up in November 2020.

Anna and Josh even made their relationship official during their final week of the show and went on to split the prize money together!

Although they moved in together following their Love Island win, the couple announced in November 2020 that they had ended their relationship.

They said in a statement on Instagram: "It is with great sadness that Josh and I are going out separate ways. I know that so many of you are invested in our relationship but please know we did everything we could to make it work.

Anna McEnovy and Josh Packham split in November 2020

"It's extremely difficult to break up with someone who you still love but it is the right thing to do."

Josh shared a similar statement, saying they simply "grew apart."

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Everything that happened after the Love Island Australia 2019 finale

31 March 2021, 08:53

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What happened to the Love Island 2019 contestants after the show and where are they now?

**Warning Love Island season 2 spoilers below**

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been addicted to Love Island Australia over the past few weeks.

While it was originally filmed all the way back in 2019, the second series of the reality show is only just airing in the UK.

But as the series draws to a close on ITV2, let’s find out everything that happened after the Love Island Australia 2019 finale…

What happened after Love Island Australia 2019?

We all know that Love Island Australia was won by Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham.

Josh and Anna broke up after their Love Island Australia win

The couple became firm favourites when they got together halfway through the show and made their relationship official just three days before the last show.

Read More: Love Island Australia series 2: Where is Eoghan Murphy now?

Unfortunately, in November 2020, the couple took to Instagram to announce their split after a year together.

Anna told fans at the time: “It is with great sadness that Josh and I are going our separate ways.

“I know that so many of you are invested in our relationship but please know we did everything we could to make it work.

“It's extremely difficult to break up with someone who you still love but it is the right thing to do.”

Josh later added: “We have had an amazing journey but unfortunately sometimes relationships don't work out and two people grow apart.”

And they’re not the only couple that split, as you’ll be sad to hear every single couple from the second season of the show have now gone their separate ways.

Jessie Wynter and Todd Elton split in February last year, but said they ended things on good terms, while Matt Zukowski and Cartier Surjan parted just weeks after the show ended.

Read More: Love Island Australia series two: Which couples are still together now?

Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw also called it quits in November 2019, with both deleting all traces of each other off social media.

But it hasn’t all been bad news, as a fair few of the stars are now in new relationships.

Viewers will remember Adam Farrugia for his romance with Cartier, but after he left the show he went on to find love with Renee Skwierczynski.

The pair often share sweet photos of each other on Instagram and look happier than ever.

Love Island favourite Gerard Majda dated his Love Island Australia co-star Jordan Cayless in 2019, but the pair split a few months later.

He is now loved up with new girlfriend and aspiring singer Bec Voysey and the pair went social media official back in January.

As for the girls, Vanessa Sierra is with tennis pro Bernard Tomic, while Cassie Lansdell has been dating boyfriend Will Mack for two years.

Cassie’s ex Luke Packham has also found love and recently got engaged to his now fiancée Olivia.

Meanwhile, Love Island bombshell Isabelle Green has well and truly moved on from the reality show drama as she is now a mum.

The 28-year-old announced the birth of her first daughter in January this year, sharing a sweet photo on Instagram.

She told her followers: “Meet Dakota born at 12:33pm on the first of January 2021.

“I'll be offline and most likely not responding to all your messages as I'm in recovery mode and learning to be a Mumma but I truly do appreciate your love and support.”

Now Read: Love Island Australia season 2: What happened with Cartier Surjan and Adam Farrugia?

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Love Island Australia (season 2)

Season of television series

Love Island Australia
Country of originAustralia
No. of episodes29
Original networkNine Network
Original release7 October (2019-10-07) –
14 November 2019 (2019-11-14)

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The second season of Love Island Australia premiered on the Nine Network and 9Now on Monday, 7 October 2019 presented by Sophie Monk and narrated by Eoghan McDermott.[1][2]

Format[edit]

Love Island involves a group of contestants, referred to as Islanders (in the show) living in isolation from the outside world in a villa in [Fiji], constantly under video surveillance. To survive in the villa the Islanders must be coupled up with another Islander, whether it be for love, friendship or money, as the overall winning couple receives $50,000. On the first day, the Islanders couple up for the first time based on first impressions, but over the duration of the series, they are forced to "re-couple" where they can choose to remain in their current couple or swap and change.

Any Islander who remains single after the coupling is eliminated and dumped from the island. Islanders can also be eliminated via public vote, as during the series the public vote through the Love Island app available on smartphones for their favourite couple, or who they think is the most compatible. Couples who receive the fewest votes risk being eliminated. Often a twist has occurred where it has been up to the Islanders to vote one of their own off the island. During the final week, the public vote for which couple they want to win the series and therefore take home $50,000. The winners can pick between share the money ($25,000 each) or take it all depending on an envelope they open as seen in love island Australia series 1.

Islanders[edit]

The first Islanders were announced on 29 September 2019, one week before the premiere episode.[3]

Name Age Hometown Occupation Entered Status
Anna McEvoy27Melbourne, VictoriaModelDay 4Winner (Day 36)
Josh Packham25Northern Beaches, New South WalesMortgage BrokerDay 8Winner (Day 36)
Cartier Surjan 19 Sydney, New South WalesLifeguard Day 1 Runner-up (Day 36)
Matthew Zukowski 23 Melbourne, VictoriaWrestler/Model Day 1 Runner-up (Day 36)
Aaron Deacon Shaw 27 Gold Coast, QueenslandModel/Former Soldier Day 17 Third Place (Day 36)
Cynthia Taylu 23 Brisbane, QueenslandModel Day 1 Third Place (Day 36)
Jessie Wynter 23 Hobart, TasmaniaWaitress Day 1 Fourth place (Day 34)
Todd Elton26 Melbourne, VictoriaFormer Australian Football League Player Day 21 Fourth place (Day 34)
Blake Williamson 28 Gold Coast, QueenslandPlumber/Personal Trainer Day 21 Dumped (Day 33)
Margarita Smith 26 Melbourne, VictoriaAged Care Worker Day 28 Dumped (Day 33)
Adam Farrugia 27 Gold Coast, QueenslandPlasterer Day 1 Dumped (Day 31)
Isabelle Green 27 Brisbane, QueenslandHome Carer Day 15 Dumped (Day 30)
Luke Packham 25 Northern Beaches, New South WalesSynthetic Grass Installer Day 8 Dumped (Day 30)
Cassie Lansdell 26 Sydney, New South WalesExecutive Assistant Day 1 Dumped (Day 30)
Gerard Majda 23 Perth, Western AustraliaPersonal Trainer Day 1 Walked (Day 26)
Biannca Furchtman 25 Sydney, New South WalesSales Executive Day 15 Dumped (Day 20)
Jordan Cayless 28 Perth, Western AustraliaHairdresser Day 15 Dumped (Day 20)
Eoghan Murphy 24 Gold Coast, QueenslandReal Estate Agent Day 2 Dumped (Day 19)
Angel Ellis-Holley 19 Brisbane, QueenslandModel Day 15 Dumped (Day 17)
Tea Frazer 20 Perth, Western AustraliaRetail Assistant Day 15 Dumped (Day 17)
Maurice Salib 27 Sydney, New South WalesMedia Executive Day 1 Dumped (Day 14)
Vanessa Joli 24 Sydney, New South WalesBusiness Woman Day 1 Dumped (Day 14)
Phoebe Thompson 28 Sydney, New South WalesCredit Analyst Day 4 Dumped (Day 12)
Sam Withers 28 Melbourne, VictoriaInternational DJ Day 1 Dumped (Day 7)

Coupling and elimination history[edit]

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5
Day 1 Day 3 Day 7 Day 12 Day 14 Day 17 Day 19 Day 20 Day 26 Day 30 Day 31 Day 33 Day 34
Anna Not in VillaGerard Josh Immune Josh Immune Josh Immune Josh SafeImmune Josh Blake
& Margarita
to dump
SafeWinners
(Day 36)
Josh Not in VillaAnna Immune Anna Immune Anna Immune Anna SafeImmune Anna
Cartier Gerard Adam Immune Adam Immune Adam Immune Adam SafeImmune Matthew Blake
& Margarita
to dump
SafeRunners-up
(Day 36)
Matthew Vanessa Vanessa SingleIsabelle Immune SingleIsabelle
to couple up
SingleImmune VulnerableCartier
Aaron Not in VillaBiannca & Jessie
to save
Cynthia Immune Cynthia SafeImmune Cynthia Blake
& Margarita
to dump
SafeThird Place
(Day 36)
Cynthia Sam Maurice GerardGerard Immune Aaron Immune Aaron SafeImmune Aaron
Jessie Maurice Eoghan Eoghan VulnerableSingleVulnerableGerard Immune Todd SafeImmune Todd VulnerableEliminatedFourth place
(Day 34)
Todd Not in VillaJessie SafeImmune Jessie
Blake Not in VillaIsabelle Margarita Immune Immune Margarita VulnerableDumped
(Day 33)
Margarita Not in VillaBlake Immune Immune Blake
Adam Cassie Cartier Immune Cartier Immune Cartier Immune Cartier SafeImmune SingleDumped
(Day 31)
Isabelle Not in VillaMatthew Immune Eoghan
to dump
VulnerableBlake SingleImmune VulnerableDumped
(Day 30)
Cassie Adam Phoebe Luke Immune Luke Immune Luke Immune Luke EliminatedDumped
(Day 30)
Luke Not in VillaCassie Immune Cassie Immune Cassie Immune Cassie EliminatedDumped
(Day 30)
Gerard Cartier Anna SingleCynthiaCynthia Immune Jessie Immune SingleWalked
(Day 26)
Biannca Not in VillaSingleVulnerableEoghan
to dump
VulnerableDumped
(Day 20)
Jordan Not in VillaEoghan Immune Eoghan
to dump
VulnerableDumped
(Day 20)
Eoghan Not in VillaJessie Jessie VulnerableJordan Immune SingleDumped
(Day 19)
Angel Not in VillaSingleVulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Tea Not in VillaSingleVulnerableDumped
(Day 17)
Maurice Jessie SingleCynthia VulnerableDumped
(Day 14)
Vanessa Matthew Matthew VulnerableDumped
(Day 14)
Phoebe Not in VillaCassie SingleDumped
(Day 12)
Sam Cynthia SingleDumped
(Day 7)
Notes 123
Walked None GerardNone
Dumped No
Dumping
Sam
Failed to
couple up
Phoebe
Islander's
choice
to dump
Maurice
Girl's choice
to dump
No
Dumping
Angel
Aaron's choice
to dump
Eoghan
Bombsquad's
choice
to dump
Biannca
Matthew's
choice
to dump
No
Dumping
Cassie &
Luke

Australia's
choice
to dump
Isabelle
3 of 4 votes
to dump
Adam
Failed to
couple up
Blake &
Margarita

3 of 3 votes
to dump
Jessie &
Todd

Australia's
choice
to dump
Aaron & Cynthia
Third–most
votes to win
Matthew & Cartier
Second–most
votes to win
Vanessa
Boy's choice
to dump
Tea
Aaron's choice
to dump
Jordan
Matthew's
choice
to dump
Anna & Josh
Most votes
to win
Notes
  • ^Note 1 : Eoghan arrived after the first coupling, and was told he would be able to steal a girl for himself on Day-3. Eoghan chose to couple up with Jessie, leaving Maurice single. All other Day-1 couples remained the same.
  • ^Note 2 : On Day-7, there was a recoupling ceremony. As new Islanders, Anna and Phoebe got to pick their partner first, with a boy's choice recoupling intended to follow. As Phoebe chose Cassie, there were then more single guys than single girls. Hence the planned boy's recoupling was replaced with a girl's choice recoupling.
  • ^Note 3 : On Day-30 a Triple Dumping occurred. Firstly, as new Islander Margarita was able steal a boy for herself. She coupled up with Blake, making Isabelle single. Then, one couple was dumped from the island based on Australia's vote. As a newly formed couple, Margirita and Blake were immune to being dumped. Cassie and Luke received the fewest votes from Australia and were dumped. Then, Sophie revealed that one single islander (Isabelle or Matthew) will be dumped by an Islander vote. Each couple cast one vote and voting would be by open vote. The couples voted to save Matthew and dump Isabelle.
  • ^Note 4 : Day-31's recoupling ceremony was the final recoupling. From this point forward, the couples are set and one of the final five couples will win Love Island.

Series details[edit]

Weekly summary[edit]

The main events in the Love Island villa are summarised in the table below.

Week 1 Entrances
  • On Day 1, Adam, Cartier, Cassie, Cynthia, Gerard, Jessie, Matthew, Maurice, Sam and Vanessa entered the villa.
  • On Day 2, Eoghan entered the villa.
  • On Day 3, Anna and Phoebe entered the villa.
Coupling
  • On Day 1, the Islanders couple up for the first time. After all of the girls entered, the boys were asked to choose a girl to pair up with. Jessie coupled up with Maurice. Cartier paired up with Gerard, Vanessa with Matthew, Cassie and Adam coupled up, whilst Cynthia coupled with Sam.
  • On Day 3, Eoghan chose to couple up with Jessie, leaving Maurice single.
Dates
  • On Day 3, Eoghan went on dates with Jessie and Cartier prior to the coupling ceremony.
  • On Day 4, Eoghan went on dates with Anna and Phoebe, and Adam went on dates with Anna and Phoebe.

Australia’s Vote[edit]

Throughout the series, Australia was given the opportunity to vote to affect the islanders. This included voting for islanders to go on a date, voting to save or dump islanders from the island, and ultimately for the winner of Love Island Australia.

Ep. Date givenQuestion Options Australia's Decision Result
2 8 October 2019 Which guy would you like to date Anna? Adam, Eoghan,
Gerard, Matthew,
Maurice, Sam
Australia voted Adam on a date with Anna. After the date, Anna had the choice of another boy for a date. Her choice was Eoghan.
Which guy would you like to date Phoebe? Australia voted Adam on a date with Phoebe. After the date, Phoebe had the choice of another boy for a date. Her choice was Eoghan.

Ratings[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Week Episode Air date Timeslot Source
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 1 7 October 2019Monday 8:45pm456,000 20 62,000 6 518,000 18 [4]
2 8 October 2019Tuesday 8:40pm355,000 19 63,000 5 417,000 19 [5]
3 9 October 2019Wednesday 8:40pm285,000 20 80,000 5 365,000 18 [6]
4 10 October 2019Thursday 8:40pm237,000 19 76,000 5 313,000 16 [7]
5 11 October 2019Friday 8:40pmOutside the top 20 - - - - - [8]
2 6 14 October 2019Monday348,000 - 70,000 - 418,000 20 [9][10]
7 15 October 2019Tuesday287,000 - 62,000 - 349,000 20 [11][12]
8 16 October 2019Wednesday299,000 - 75,000 - 374,000 19 [13][14]
9 17 October 2019Thursday225,000 - 89,000 - 314,000 19 [15][16]
10 18 October 2019Friday179,000 - 100,000 - 278,000 19 [17][18]
3 11 21 October 2019MondayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [19]
12 22 October 2019Tuesday328,000 17 55,000 - 376,000 17 [20][21]
13 23 October 2019Wednesday288,000 - 70,000 - 358,000 20 [22][23]
14 24 October 2019Thursday298,000 19 67,000 - 364,000 17 [24][25]
15 27 October 2019Sunday (9GO!)161,000 2 - - - - [26]
4 16 28 October 2019Monday327,000 - 43,000 - 370,000 20 [27][28]
17 29 October 2019Tuesday309,000 19 55,000 - 356,000 17 [29][30]
18 30 October 2019Wednesday320,000 19 55,000 - 360,000 20 [31][32]
19 31 October 2019Thursday281,000 20 60,000 - 343,000 17 [33][34]
20 3 November 2019Sunday (9GO!)171,000 2 - - - - [35]
5 21 4 November 2019Monday353,000 20 65,000 - 400,000 20 [36][37]
22 5 November 2019TuesdayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [38]
23 6 November 2019WednesdayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [39]
24 7 November 2019Thursday223,000 - 57,000 - 280,000 20 [40][41]
25 10 November 2019Sunday (9GO!)129,000 10 - - - - [42]
6 26 11 November 2019MondayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [43]
27 12 November 2019TuesdayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [44]
28 13 November 2019WednesdayOutside the top 20 - - - - - [45]
29 14 November 2019Thursday302,000 20 - - - - [46]

Notes

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Island_Australia_(season_2)
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Which Love Island Australia season two couples are still together?

What happened in the Villa doesn't always stay in the Villa.

Nov 02, 2020 9:00am
Since last year's winners called quits, after what seemed like 10 minutes of dating, we had low expectations for the relationships coming out of Love Island Australia season two.
Well, it turns out second time really does work a charm, as winners Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham are still as loved-up as ever.
But what about their fellow Villa mates?
Here's how all the final relationships are tracking now they're out of the Villa and thrown into the real world...

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Anna and Josh: The golden couple

These two were what reality TV love story dreams are made of.
Josh Packham and Anna McEvoy, both 27, may not have been part of the original line-up, but won not only each other's hearts but Australia's too when they were crowned the winners.
Post show, they met one another's families and despite Josh being based in Sydney and Anna in Melbourne, they spent as much time as possible together telling Now To Love that they're "too needy" to be apart.
Unfortunately, the fairytale romance hasn't had the happily-ever-after fans were hoping for, with the couple confirming they've split.
"It is with great sadness that Josh and I are going out separate ways," Anna revealed in an Instagram post at the start of November, which was captioned with "I'm sorry."
She then added: "I know that so many of you are invested in our relationship but please know we did everything we could to make it work."
''It's extremely difficult to break up with someone who you still love but it is the right thing to do."
While Anna offered little explanation as to why they had split, Josh added in his own post: "sometimes relationships don't work out and two people grow apart."

Cartier and Matthew: All over red rover

Just a day after walking the 2019 ARIA Award red carpet, 19-year-old Cartier Surjan and 24-year-old Matt Zukowski called it quits on their relationship. But by the sound of things, it wasn't exactly a mutual decision.
Cartier's Instagram message to her followers read, "Hey guys ! I've made the decision that Matthew and I are better off staying good friends rather than in a relationship. He's a beautiful guy no doubt about it! Hope you all can respect my decision and support both of us in finding true love."
Meanwhile, Matt subtly shaded his ex writing, "Hi Guys! Moving forward I would just like to let you all know that Cartier has decided that the two of us are better off suited as friends, I respect Cartier & her decision. She is truely a beautiful girl & I wish the best for her in the future! Hope you can all support us finding true love."
Most recently, Matthew made headlines for going on a very isolation-appropriate virtual date with Netflix's Too Hot To Handle star, Chloe Veitch. The match made in reality TV heaven was the work of Fifi, Fev and Byron on their Hit FM show and was in fact, also a blind date.

Cynthia and Aaron: Donezo

They made it to third place but Cynthia Taylu, 23, and Aaron Shaw, 27, just couldn't make it work in the real world.
Both took to Instagram to announce their break up news with Cynthia sharing a quote by author Deborah Reber that read, "Letting go doesn't mean that you don't care about someone anymore. It's just realising that the only person you really have control over is yourself."
"Throughout my entire Love Island experience, I stayed true to myself and meant everything I said and that's all I could do. Life is weird and sometimes it's hard to make sense of things," Cynthia added in her caption.
"However, I'm extremely grateful for the love and support I've received from everyone. I've seen all your beautiful messages and comments and it truly warms my heart. As you've all probably noticed, Aaron and I are no longer together. I ask you all to please be respectful of me during this time. It's been a very draining and emotional time....but I'm looking forward to the future."
Aaron shared his own version of the break up on Instagram days later and apologised for the lack of posts as he decided to hang back a little bit and spend some quality time with his family.
"I would like to take the time now to address the elephant in the room which is what happened between Cynthia and I. But first, we have to understand what happens in the villa. It's a completely different world there with no contact with anyone but those u spend 24 hours with in the villa. As my fellow islanders would understand you can't really explain it without having experiencing it."
"I was fortunate enough to meet a girl like Cynthia on there which allowed me to express myself, but when it's all truly over and we all go back home you come to think about not just the present but also the future and honestly for a future perspective I truly feel like Cynthia and I are on different wavelengths. This is nothing against Cynthia as she's a beautiful soul, however the dreams and aspirations she has are completely different to mine."
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"For the short 3 weeks I knew her, it was relaxing and amazing. However, for us to truly build into a relationship we would have to go through those barriers which I know won't align. I know some of you may not understand, but I don't want to take advantage of Cynthia's future. She deserves better than that and I've been honest from the get go of what I was doing on the island and what I was looking for. I didn't come to this conclusion myself, i asked for guidance from my fellow islanders before making any rash decisions. Hopefully I've addressed what's going on and if anyone has any questions I'm one click away."
"For all those who didn't jump to conclusions or make negative assumptions, honestly I thank you so much especially during this time. The kind words, love and support has helped me more than you can imagine. Thank you."

Jessie and Todd: Not meant to be

It's wasn't just Anna and Josh flying the flag for Love Island relationships - 23-year-old Jessie and 26-year-old Todd were a strong couple coming off the show.
Though Todd was based in Melbourne and Jessie down in Tasmania, the couple went holidaying on the Gold Coast with fellow Islander Blake a couple of weeks after leaving the Villa.
"From the moment I met Todd, I could tell that there was something there. We get along so well and our lives align so well, it's a walk in the park for us," Jessie told Now To Love shortly after she and Todd were eliminated.
While they remained together for quite some time, Jessie recently announced they failed to make things work.
"This isn't easy to write and isn't something I want to be confirming but sadly, yes the relationship between Todd and I is over," she wrote on Instagram.
"I've loved every minute spent with Todd from the moment he walked into that villa and absolutely adore him but I guess some things just aren't meant to be."

Margarita and Blake: Over before it began

Intruders Margarita and Blake may have left the Villa together, but there's nothing romantic going on there.
While they both attended the finale, Margarita confessed to Now To Love that they'll simply "remain friends."
"We never quite got to the point where we were thinking we were going to be a solid relationship but we definitely gave it a shot. That was the point of Love Island- to give something a shot that you wouldn't normally on the outside," she said before adding, "He's a great guy but yeah, not romantically."
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