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Love Island final voting data reveal there was a close race

Love Island: All Stars spoilers follow.

ITV has shared the final voting percentages for Love Island: All Stars, revealing it was a close call between the winning couple and the two runners-up.

The series saw past Islanders reuniting in South Africa for a chance to find love with fellow former contestants and, in last night's (February 19) finale, season 6 star Molly Smith and season 9's Tom Clare were crowned winners, sharing a cash prize of £50,000 between them.

The voting data has been made public and it highlights how tight it was - there was a mere 2% separating Molly and Tom from runners-up Callum Jones and Jess Gale, who both appeared on season six (via Huffington Post).

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While Molly and Tom were voted the best couple by 35% of the public vote, Callum and Jess received 33% of the vote.

Meanwhile, Sophie Piper and Josh Ritchie scooped 15% of the votes, with Georgia Steel and Toby Aromolaran getting 10% and fifth placers Anton Danyluk and Georgia Harrison receiving the remaining 7%.

Commenting on their win, neither Tom nor Molly could hide their surprise at having come out on top.

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"Wow I can't believe it – it is mental," said Tom, while Molly, who started a relationship with Callum during their stint on the sixth series, added that her "mind was blown" by the victory.

But it seems that love may be in the air even outside the villa. During the final episode, All Stars Islanders Demi Jones and Luis Morrison confirmed they've started seeing each other after being eliminated earlier on in the series.

Love Island: All Stars airs on ITV2, ITVX and STV.

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