Inside Love Island 2021 final bash as dumped stars give sneak peek at glam party

The winners of Love Island 2021 were crowned on Monday night and to celebrate the occasion a whole load of past and present Islanders gathered together in style to applaud the series' success.

The former Islanders gathered at Boujee Restaurant and Bar in Manchester, which is casually owned by another reality star, Real Housewives of Cheshire star Lystra Adams.

As the contestants flocked inside, many shares a sneak peek of what went on inside the lavish do on their social media.

Chuggs Wallis shared a snap of the 2021 cast which included Georgia Townend, Brad McClelland, Harry Young, Jack Barlow, Danny Bibby, AJ Bunker, Rachel Finni, Lillie Haynes and Sam Jackson, and captioned it: "Ready to see our winners crowned."

The upmarket do was hosted by official Love Island fashion partner, ISAWITFIRST, who created the sensational end of season send-off for the ex- Islanders.

Lillie Haynes was spotted posing with Jack Barlow while Kaz Crossley stunned alongside Casa Amor beauty Clarisse Juliette.

Meanwhile, the team created a beautiful bespoke drinks menu that featured comically names cocktails such as Bubberlicious No Whey, Moving Mad, Not My Cup of Daiquiri, I've Got a Text and It Fizz What Is Fizz.

There were also cupcake stands placed on the tables that had mini gold-framed snaps of the finalists on them including Kaz Kamwi, Tyler Cruickshank, Toby Aromolaran, Chloe Burrows, Faye Winter, Teddy Soares, Millie Court and Liam Reardon.

Huge TV screens were also fitted around the venue so their glorious guests could gauge the perfect view of the crowning moments and to also gawp at the love or money prize fund moment.

Contestants from the previous series also joined the ranks including Francesca Allen, Georgia Steel, Arabella Chi, Georgia Harrison and Eve and Jessica Gale.

The final night in the Love Island villa sees the Islander's reflect on their time on the show and their journeys together as couples and came with the standard final speeches and sophisticated outfits.

But Liam and Millie came out on top, pipping Chloe and Toby to the post and stealing the Love Island series seven crowns.

Millie then kindly split her £50,000 prize fund with her now-boyfriend, who plans to move to Essex to be closer to his love.

Love Island will return in 2022 on ITV2 at 9pm.

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