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ITV's hit dating show Love Island has kept fans across the nation glued to their screens as tensions rise in the South African villa.
While the islanders try to find love in the heat, their social media presence continues to play a massive part in how much they could potentially earn when they leave the villa.
And despite the islanders' social platforms being restricted this year, the contestants can still earn big bucks if they play their cards right.
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Digital PR agency 10 Yetis has tracked the Instagram profiles of Love Island season nine contestants and have studied the increase of their following and how much they could earn once they leave the villa.
Daily Star has taken a look at the top five potential earners and who is currently at the bottom of the list.
Farmer Will Young has already accumulated an incredible 1.5 million followers on his TikTok and if the star decides to make money from his platform, he could potentially see big earnings.
The charismatic islander has become a fan-favourite for his wild dances and sweet gestures to villa beau Jessie.
According to 10Yetis, Will has an influencer earning potential of £15,000 on TikTok – making him the highest earner out of this year's islanders.
He could also earn £2,180 per a sponsered post on Instagram.
Australian bombshell Jessie Wynter seems to have stolen Will's heart as soon as she entered the villa and fans seem to be loving the couple's budding romance.
Coming in at a respectable second place on the list, Jessie could potentially become the highest earner on TikTok compared to the other female islanders.
According to the data, if Jessie plays her cards right she could be paid £3,114 on TikTok and earn £3,220 per a sponsored post on her Instagram.
Pocket rocket Lana Jenkins has had a turbulent start to the show but has kept the nation hooked with her ongoing love interest with Ron Hall.
Although the pair have gone back and forth on whether or not they should be in couple, they seemed to have finally found some sort of harmony.
Lana's story appears to have resonated with fans online at her social media following has increased since entering the villa.
If she does decide to monetise her Instagram, Lana could earn £1,280 per sponsored post and £66 on TikTok.
Brunette bombshell Olivia Hawkins has caused quite the stir as well as catching the eye of a few of the male islanders in the villa since she appeared on the show.
Olivia's popularity has also increased on her social media platforms and she could earn quite a lot on her Instagram if she does decide to go down that route.
The Love Island babe could earn £1,140 per Instagram post and could potentially earn £93 on TikTok.
Tannyel Raven kept fans glued to their screens with her fiery personality and tantalising good looks.
She had a turbulent time in the villa and was sadly booted off the show during a recent and dramatic recoupling.
Away from the show, Tanyel has already amassed thousands of followers on her Instagram and if she does decide to take her posts to the next level she could potentially earn £962 on the platform.
In addition to this, Tanyel could also earn £699 on Instagram.
Bombshell Jordan Odofin had the ladies at his feet when he first arrived on the scene alongside fellow islander Casey O’Gorman.
But although the stunner appears to be turning heads in the villa, according to research he may not earn that much just yet on his Instagram platform.
So far according to the data, Jordan can potentially earn £35 per Instagram post making him the lowest earner on the list of contestants so far.
As well as this, the data also suggests that Jordan may not earn anything on his TikTok just yet, but this can potentially all change in a matter of days.
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