Love Island’s most successful bombshells – from multi-millionaire to pinup who makes £10k per insta post | The Sun

LOVE Island is churning out another batch of influencers and telly stars as we speak.

But it's not just the islanders who are there from day one who end up making a fortune off the back of the show.

Bombshells who enter the Love Island villa later than everyone else – usually to shake things up – often go on to have very successful careers.

Reboot SEO Company have analysed the 135 bombshells that have entered since the series first began in 2015.

By delving into each individual's Instagram follower count and estimated earnings per post through Influencer Marketing Hub, they have revealed their estimations of the most successful bombshells of all time. 

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Molly-Mae Hague is at the top of their list.

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The 23-year-old, who is worth an estimated £6m, can charge a mind-blowing £17,428.28 per sponsored Instagram post.

Molly's fellow series five bombshell and bestie Maura Higgins isn't far behind her at the number two spot and, thanks to her 3.5m followers, can charge almost £10k per post.

Series five gets another entry at number five with basketball player Ovie Soko who the site claims can charge up to £4,693.48 thanks to his 1.7m followers on Instagram.

Megan Barton Hanson, who stormed the villa during series four, clocks in at number seven and is able to charge companies an estimated £4,438.25.

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And Kaz Crossley, who was also a star of series four, comes in at 14 out of 15 on the list.

But that doesn't mean she can't still charge £3,307.68 social media collaborations thanks to her £1.2m followers.

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