Love Island 2021 couples: who is coupled up on season seven?
13 July 2021, 15:40 | Updated: 13 July 2021, 15:41
Love Island couples: Who are the new couples on Love Island 2021?
Love Island 2021 is finally here, and the ITV2 show is now in its third week.
After the first coupling up in episode one, there has been a huge shake up, with a number of bombshells arriving and different pairings getting close.
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Who are the Love Island couples?
Jake and Liberty
Jake Cornish, 24, was the first boy to meet the girls, and caught the eye of Liberty Poole, 21, who was the only girl to step forward. Jake decided to couple up with Liberty, and the two became Love Island's first couple. Liberty and Jake have stayed together throughout the process.
Aaron and Kaz
However, after bombshell Chloe entered the villa, she chose Aaron to couple up with - meaning Shannon was sent home.
Aaron subsequently coupled up with Sharon
Hugo and Sharon
Hugo Hammond, 24, was third to enter the villa, but none of the girls stood forward for him. He chose to couple up with Faye, 26, but Toby later chose her, meaning Hugo ended up on the subs bench. He was initially with Sharon, but coupled up with Chloe on Friday's recoupling. However, at the latest recoupling, he got together with Sharon again.
Toby and Chloe
Liam and Millie
Brad and Lucinda
Brad McClelland, 26, was previously coupled up with Faye and Rachel, but he and Lucinda Strafford got close after she entered the villa as a bombshell.
Teddy and Faye
Latest bombshell Teddy Soares dated Rachel, Kaz, Sharon and Faye - and chose Faye to couple up with at the following recoupling.