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Allen Didn’t Leave The Love Island Villa Because Of Chelsea

Allen Didn't Leave The Love Island Villa Because Of Chelsea
Jun 25 2023 Share
Beyond the final couple rankings, tonight’s Love Island Malta 2023 finale revealed that Allen was in fact going to leave the villa at a point, but didn’t do so because of Chelsea.
 
With Allen and Chelsea in the last two, together with Gabby & Sven, Allen revealed that Chelsea was the reason he didn’t leave the villa. As we’ve seen, the islander faced a fair amount of adversity during his time inside, especially with the passing of his grandmother.
 
With the winner of Love Island Malta 2023 to be revealed in just a few moments, it seems that whether or not the couple emerges victorious, the bond between them is as strong as ever. 🫂
 
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Kyle And Marie Christine Rank In 3rd Place

Kyle And Marie Christine Rank In 3rd Place
Jun 25 2023 Share

The third place couple for Love Island Malta Season 1 has just been announced and it’s Kyle and Marie Christine!

This means Gabby & Sven and Chelsea & Allen are the remaining couple which could be in to win the first season of the competition.

Dale and Nicola ranked in fourth place. 

What do you make of this ranking? 

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Dale And Nicola Rank In Fourth Place

Dale And Nicola Rank In Fourth Place
Jun 25 2023 Share

Dale and Nicola have officially ranked in fourth place, leaving couples Allen & Chelsea, Kyle & Marie Christine and Gabby & Sven remaining. 

The two had a rather up-and-down journey during their run on Love Island Malta’s 1st season.

With a love triangle with bombshell Andriy, the couple eventually recouped and stayed together until the end of the show. 

What do you make of this ranking? And what do you think will be the rest of the ranking? 

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Love Island Malta Winner Will Win €20,000 Tonight

Love Island Malta Winner Will Win €20,000 Tonight
Jun 25 2023 Share

Today is the big day for Love Island Malta contestants and all the viewers who followed the programme.

And tonight’s finale will see one of the contestants winning a whopping €20,000 after being crowned Malta’s favourite. 

Of course, the big question is whether or not the victor will be sharing the prize with their couple. Contestants are normally asked whether they wish to do so. 

So far in the history of Love Island, contestants have always shared their prize with their significant other. But who knows, maybe Malta’s first season will see the winner break the chain.

Speculation aside, recent polls set up by MaltaDaily show Chelsea as being the most likely to win, with Sven in second and Allen in third. 

In terms of couples, Chelsea and Allen are also set to win. But here is the question for one last good measure – who do you think will win?

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