The winter series of Love Island 2023 has reached it's final week.
Fans of the ITV2 dating show have seen tears, bombshells and plenty of romance over the past two months.
However, there is just days until the grand finale where host Maya Jama will share the names of the winner couple.
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While some will be offered huge career opportunities, other stars from previous series have returned to their day jobs.
Daily Star has taken a sneak peek at what some of the contestants were earning before flying to South Africa to find love.
Farmer Will already had a big following on TikTok before Love Island.
He was already well known on the video sharing platform before stepping foot in the South Africa villa.
According to the Mirror, It is believed that he's earning around £28,000 working on his family farm.
With his ever-growing followers on Instagram, Will could earn up to £10,000 per post depending on the engagement from fans.
Before appearing on Love Island, Shaq was working as in airport security.
The role similar to Shaq's is believed to pay an average of £29,000 a year.
In an interview with Guilty Pleasures, the contestant revealed he’d occasionally wing it with any passengers he fancied.
He explained: "You might just give her a look or something like that, or try and get cover and then start chatting, 'Oh, where are you from? Do you come to London often?'"
Make-up artist to the stars Lana has worked with some of the biggest names in showbiz including the cast of Hollyoaks and Michelle Keegan.
Former Corrie star Michelle has even shared a supportive message to Lana since finding out she was taking part in the ITV2 series.
A make-up aritst can earn £20-an-hour or an average salary of £39,000.
Some former contestants have gone onto work with some brands after leaving the villa.
Ron works as a financial advisor and an average annual salary for the role is around £40,000.
However, he could rake in a whopping £60,000-a-year if he worked his way up the ladder and land a more senior role.
He has recently asked Lana to become his girlfriend and the couple could be crowned winners of the 2023 series.
If Ron and Lana come in first place, they will be asked if they want to split or steal £50,000.
Actress Olivia appeared on our screens in James Bond movies and EastEnders before finding fame on Love Island
As well as acting, Olivia also works as a ring girl and has appeared in music videos alongside Craig David and Tom Zanetti.
An average income of a ring girl is around £40,000 but combined with her other work, Olivia could be bring home a jaw-dropping £67,000 a year.
Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown
Model, actress and property developer Zara joined the villa as a bombshell before getting the boot early on in the series.
The average wage for a model is £40,000 and depending on her qualifications as a propoert developer, Zara could earn up to £32,000.
She also boats over 100,000 followers on Instagram, which means she could earn a nice sum per sponsored post if she wishes to collaborate with a brand.
Love Island airs nightly on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm
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