Love Island’s Tommy & Molly-Mae are already ‘winners’ as they’ll make a fortune

Love Island 's Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague could end up being the real winners of the show as they look set to make a mint from lucrative sponsorship deals.

There's a £50,000 prize for the winning couple, but Tommy and Molly-Mae look set to get rich even if they don't land the cash.

The pair have racked up the most followers since shooting to fame and they will be able to turn all those Instagram followers into cash.

Boxer Tommy now has more than a million followers, which means he will be able command huge fees for sponsored posts after he gets out of the villa.

As well as social media deals, Tommy is likely to get hooked up with a plumb modelling contract with a clothing company.

Previous male Islanders have fronted campaigns for brands including BooHoo, and there's little doubt Tommy could hold his own in front of the camera.

Tommy's current partner Molly-Mae also looks set to earn a fortune from her time on Love isalnd.

She has dedicated her life to becoming a social media star and had plenty of followers before entering the villa.

However, she but now boasts more than one million – making her a true social media power house.

She's previous had deals with clothing companies including Primark and Oh Polly, and blagged free holidays including a trip to Coachella.

Molly-Mae is now in the big leagues and she'll be able to exploit her new-found famem to the max when she gets out.

Other big potential earners include surfer babe Lucie.

She had ventured into online advertising before entering the villa, with deals with brands like Herbalife, and it looks like she could go even further after she gets out.

With her Insta followers now poised to hit the one million mark, Lucie could make a fortune from sponsored posts.

She may also want to pursue her modelling career as she recently admitted she's not actually very good at surfing and prefers posing in bikinis.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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