THE winner of Love Island Games has been revealed as a UK star after they bagged the $100k prize.
The spin-off of the ITV hit series sees stars from the various international editions of the show live in a villa in Fiji together
Contestants from all around the world competed for “another shot at love”.
After weeks of intense competition, Cely Vazquez and Eyal Booker were the final couple to be booted off the island.
Then, it was down to the wire for the three remaining couples: Justine Ndiba and Jack Fowler, Aurelia Lamprecht and Johnny Middlebrooks, and Deb Chubb and Callum Hole.
They faced off in the ultimate challenge – a thrilling inflatable jousting battle that would determine the winners.
Love Island Host Maya Jama then crowned Justine and Jack the winning couple.
Jack Fowler was on series four of Love Island in 2018 with Megan Barton Hanson, Eyal Booker and Georgia Steel.
He entered as a bombshell on day 26 and coupled up with Laura Anderson.
Jack then ditched Laura for her namesake Laura Crane, who he left the villa with on day 53.
The fellow Islanders voted for Justine to claim the $100,000 grand prize on her own, leaving her with the choice to either keep it all for herself or split it with Jack.
However, Justine chose to split it with the reality TV star.
“I wouldn’t have been able to get here without Jack. My family could really use this,” Justine told Maya.
Justine continued: “I just feel like the connection I felt with Jack this time was a lot more real than the last time. Jack and I had a rough time in here, and I feel like we both really deserve it, so I’m going to split it.”
Right from the start of the new spin-off show, Jack and Justine hit it off and grew stronger throughout the competition.
They stuck together for the full 17 days of the series while everyone else seemed to eventually fall apart.
It was a step up for Jack compared to his first time on the show, when he and his ex, Laura Crane got dumped right before the UK season four finale.
Justine also knew how to win, as she had previously taken home the crown in season two of Love Island USA with Caleb Corprew.
In February Jack splashed the cash on a brand new £48k Mercedes.
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He showed off the flashy new motor on his social media.
Now that he and Justine have pocketed $50k out of the $100k they won, we can definitely expect to see him indulging in some serious spending.