Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea were crowned this year’s Love Island champions.
The Geordie beauty therapist, 21, and Irish rugby player, 24, managed to beat front runners Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague and win the £50,000.
Ovie Soko and India Reynolds came third while Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard came fourth.
Viewers were ecstatic as the couple were announced as this year’s winners after quickly becoming fan favourites.
Amber and Greg were left utterly gobsmacked after hearing the result as their fellow Islanders cheered behind them.
Fans quickly warmed to Greg, despite him stepping into the villa so late on in the ITV2 series, after sweeping Amber off her feet.
Out of all of the Islanders in the villa, Amber unarguably has had the biggest journey after her abrasive personality ruffled feathers at the beginning.
She later became involved in a relationship with firefighter Michael Griffiths and the pair looked set to win the entire show.
However when Amber and the girls left to go to Casa Amor, Michael began to get close to new girl Joanna Chimonides in the main villa.
So Amber was left heartbroken when she returned alone and saw that Michael had coupled up.
Thankfully, a devastated Amber was able to pair up with Ovie as friends until she eventually met Greg.
Will they make it on the outside? Only time will tell. But let’s hope they’re not another Jack and Dani…