Love Island 2021: Who is coupled up with whom as show gets underway

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We’re ready for a long, hot summer as Love Island 2021 is officially under way!

The show, which sees sexy singles attempt to find their perfect match, aired on Monday 28 June after much anticipation.

In the first episode, we watched as the girls were left fighting over the boys as they all met for the first time.

Liberty Poole, Sharon Gaffka, Kaz Kamwi, Faye Winter and Shannon Singh cheered as the boys entered the villa and they all picked who they’d like to be coupled up with.

Here’s a look at who is coupled up with who so far…

Aaron Francis and Shannon Singh

Aaron was quick to pick Shannon from the line-up of girls, despite Shannon not stepping forward for him.

Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish

Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish became the first Love Island couple of the 2021 series after Liberty stepped forward for hunky Jake.

Hugo Hammond and Sharon Gaffka

Sharon and Hugo coupled up after Hugo was put on the subs bench and had first pick of which girl he wanted to be with, out of Sharon and Kaz.

Toby Aromolaran and Kaz Kamwi

Toby and Kaz were left coupled up after Toby originally chose Faye, but she was stepped forward for someone else.
After being left on the subs bench, Toby and Kaz ended up together as the last singles standing.

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Brad McClelland and Faye Winter

Brad got the girls attention as the majority of them stepped forward when he walked in.

Faye was the one who caught Brad's eye though, and the couple were paired up as a result.

Love Island, hosted by Laura Whitmore, has been long-awaited by fans as it was forced to take an 18 month break due to the coronavirus lockdowns and travel restrictions.

But, host Laura recently shared her excitement over the return of the ITV dating show.

She said: "I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included."

The show was originally hosted by Caroline Flack before her tragic death in February 2020. And Laura recently said she hopes to do the former TV star "proud".

Love Island continues every night (apart from Saturdays) at 9pm on ITV2.

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