Are Any Couples from 'Love Island USA' Still Together? The Answer May Surprise You

Now that Season 4 is over, are any 'Love Island USA' Couples still together? The reality series is all about finding love, but what is the success rate?

Shannon Raphael - Author

Sep. 2 2022, Updated 9:48 a.m. ET

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Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers for Season 4 of Love Island USA.

After six weeks of pies, recouplings, and epic Bombshell entrances, Season 4 of Love Island USA concluded on Peacock on Aug. 28. Three Day 1 pairs, Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi, Deb Chubb and Jesse Bray, and Sydney Paight and Isaiah Campbell, faced off in the finale for the $100,000 prize.

Host Sarah Hyland announced that Timmy and Zeta were the winners, and the latter star decided to split the prize money with her partner.

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Now that Season 4 is officially in the books, fans may be wondering if any of the islanders from the first four seasons are still together romantically.

Are any Love Island USA couples still together? Several couples from Season 4 have improved the show's overall success rate.

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Are any of the 'Love Island USA' couples still together?

Before Season 4 wrapped up, the success rate for pairs from Love Island USA was dismal.

During the first three seasons of Love Island USA, plenty of pairs left the villa in official couples. Others got together officially after they were dumped from the island.

Once they all got on the outside, however, things changed.

Though fans rooted for duos like Cashay Proudfoot and Melvin "Cinco" Holland Jr., Aimee Flores and Wes Ogsbury, Kyra Lizama and Will Moncada, Mackenzie Dipman and Connor Trott, Olivia Kaiser and Korey Gandy, Johnny Middlebrooks and Cely Vazquez, Ray Gnatt and Caro Viehweg, and Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber, none of these pairs are still together.

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All of the Love Island USA couples from Seasons 1 through 3 have broken up after the show.

Shannon St. Clair and Josh Goldstein, who were the frontrunners on Season 3 before they left the show early, were the last couple from the series to part ways. The pair announced their split in June 2022.

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Josh Goldstein and Shannon St. Clair broke up in 2022.

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However, now that Season 4 is done, there are a few Love Island USA duos who are still going strong. Couples Deb Chubb and Jesse Bray and Sydney Paight and Isaiah Campbell made things official before they left the villa, while Timmy Pandolfi and Zeta Morrison are exclusive (they wanted to wait to put a title on their relationship until they were on the outside).

Outside of the final three couples, a few other pairs have kept in touch.

Jared Nassim and Kat Gibson (who left the villa voluntarily after Jared got dumped) are now officially boyfriend and girlfriend.

They are the only couple who is official in that capacity, but there are several others who are continuing to explore the connections that they first made in the villa.

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Mady McLanahan and Andy Voyen have continued to spend time together outside of the villa (and to leave flirty comments for one another on Instagram), as have Sereniti Springs and Tyler Radziszewski, Courtney Boerner and Bryce Fins, and Bella Barbaro and Joel Bierwert.

Similarly, Phoebe Siegel and Chad Robinson left the show on good terms when they were dumped, and they are going to "see what happens" outside of the villa.

Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi
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Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi.

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Four couples from 'Love Island U.K.' have gotten married, and several other pairs are still dating.

Multiple couples from the original Love Island U.K. series are still together as well.

After eight full seasons of Love Island U.K., four duos have walked down the aisle, and even more couples have stayed together long-term once filming wrapped.

The first couple from the show to get married was Season 2 runners-up Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland. The two wed in 2018, and they welcomed a son named Abel Jacob Bowen in June 2022.

Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, who won the sophomore season, have also tied the knot. The pair briefly broke up after their time on the show, but they got back together when Cara got pregnant with their daughter, Delilah. The reality stars wed in 2019.

Season 3 alums Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, and Dom Lever and Jess Shears are also married. The two couples each have two kids together (Jamie and Camilla have two daughters, while Jess and Dom have two sons).

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Boxer Tommy Fury and Influencer Molly-Mae Hague, who were the runners-up on Season 5, are also still dating. The debut season of the winter edition, which is considered to be Season 6, has had a high success rate as well.

Winners Paige Turley and Finley Tapp are still going strong, as are Callum Jones and Molly Smith, and Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico.

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Two couples from Season 7 are still dating too. Runners-up Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran are an item still, as are third place finishers Faye Winter and Teddy Soares.

The eighth season wrapped up in early August of 2022, and all of the final four pairs are still together (thus far), including Luca Bish and Gemma Owen, Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack, and Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page.

Adam Collard and Paige Thorne, who came in fifth place on the British series, are also still going strong.

You can stream Season 4 of Love Island USA on Peacock, and you can catch up on the first eight episodes of Love Island U.K. on Hulu.

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