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Molly Smith and Tom Clare are the Winners of Love Island: All Stars 2024

Molly Smith and Tom Clare are the Winners of Love Island: All Stars 2024

It’s been a winter to remember for 25 Islanders who all stepped into the villa for Love Island: All Stars 2024 in the hopes of getting a second chance at love, and now Molly Smith and Tom Clare have been crowned the winners.

This year’s final saw five couples in the running to be crowned the winners, but of course, only one couple could take home the whopping GBP 50,000 cash prize.

At the end of the final, Molly Smith and Tom Clare were revealed to be the winners for Love Island: All Stars 2024.

 

They join past Love Island winners Jess Hardy and Sammy Root, who won season 10 of Love Island back in the summer of 2023.

How did Molly Smith and Tom Clare become the winners of Love Island: All Stars 2024?

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Molly Smith and Tom Clare on a date. (Image: Tom Clare/ Instagram)

The couple beat Georgia Harrison and Anton Danyluk, who came in fifth place. Georgia Steel and Toby Aromolaran came in fourth place, with Sophie Piper and Joshua Ritchie placing third.

This meant, Jess Gale and Callum Jones just missed out on the huge cash prize, but still remained positive and gave their well wishes to the winning couple.

As they were crowned the winners, Molly Smith simply said: “What the hell?”, with neither one of the couple quite believing they had won the show.

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The results of the winners were revealed during the live show, which included interviews from bombshells and pre-recorded moments from the Islanders’ last day in the villa.

Unlike previous seasons, the Islanders didn’t have elaborate final dates or a declaration ceremony, given some of them had done it all before.

(Main and Featured images: Tom Clare/ Love Island/ Instagram)

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