Love Island’s Chloe gives damning prediction on how this year’s final couples will split
Love Island 2021 finalist Chloe Burrows has used her insider knowledge to predict which couples will stay together from the 2022 series weeks after the finale
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Chloe Burrows has made a savage prediction as to which Love Island 2022 couples will stand the test of time and which will split just a few weeks after the finale aired.
The former Love Islander, 26, said that it tends to be a ‘domino effect’ when it comes to the couples staying together or not.
Speaking to new! magazine, Chloe revealed she thinks some couples look like they could remain together.
The reality star said: “There are quite a few strong couples but it’s like a domino effect. When one goes they all start to crack.”
Chloe is still with Toby Aromolaran after meeting him in the 2021 series of the hit dating show – with the couple recently celebrating their one year anniversary.
Chloe made a prediction about if the Love Island couple’s will last
Chloe said there tend to be a domino effect which Love Island couples
The two of them are living together but Chloe admitted they are no longer in the honeymoon period.
She said: “Yeah, you come out and it’s so overwhelming and people are more concerned about your relationship than you as a person, so that takes some getting used to.
“Even up to this day I’ve lived with Toby for a year, we’re not in the honeymoon stage anymore, but if I don’t post about him for one day, people are asking where he is. It’s like ‘he’s in bed’. It’s very weird.”
Chloe and Toby are one of the 2021 couples that are still together, but Millie Court and Liam Reardon recently announced their split despite winning the entire series.
Millie explained in her statement: “It’s been a tough decision and I am gutted but it’s ultimately what is best for us right now.”
Faye Winter and Teddy Soares are still together, joining Chloe and Toby as the final remaining couples from the series.
Chloe and Toby have been together since last year’s Love Island
The latest series of the ITV2 dating show was hit with controversy as Luca Bish, Jacques O’Neill and Dami Hope were slammed for ‘bullying’ Tasha Ghouri. But, Chloe recently said the scenes could’ve been perceived differently as we only see minutes of the day.
She told The Mirror : “I think it’s the case of both because yeah we only see [minutes of each person] per episode, however producers don’t make you out to be something you’re not.
“So I wouldn’t say it’s inaccurate but we’re obviously not seeing all the good bits and highlights of someone.”
Chloe added: “At the end of the day, the producers have to make their storylines and if there is a villain at the time, they’re obviously going to with that. But they’ve never, ever going to make you out to be someone that you’re not so I don’t know.”
Chloe said her and Toby are no longer in the honeymoon stage
But, Luca has since admitted he felt he “went too far” in the fallout with Tasha.
“But with the Tasha situation, I realised I took it too far whilst I was still in there,” Luca told Grazia.
He added: “When you’ve got a girl crying, I realised I was wrong. For once in my life, I thought – you need to shut up now, your opinions aren’t needed.”
Love Island 2022 was labelled one of the most explosive series yet. There was plenty of arguments and romances, with some of the most iconic moments yet.
Ekin-Su and Davide went on to be crowned the winners of the series, taking home a share of the £50,000 prize.
The two are still going strong but they had their fair share of obstacles when in the villa.
The pair were known for their arguments, including the iconic moment when Davide called Ekin-Su a ‘liar’ and an ‘actress’.
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