Love Island Season 1 contestants, including winners Elizabeth Weber and Zac Mirabelli, have all broken up since leaving the show.
Season 1 runners-up Alexandra Stewart and Dylan Curry also didn't last long after the island, with the relationship being affected by Alex's broken jaw.
Caro Viehweg and Ray Gantt, who were second runners-up in Season 1, had a public breakup and appeared on the show Ex on the Beach together.
The fate of the couples from Love Island USA Season 2 is not mentioned in the article.
Love Island Season 5 is set to premiere on July 18 on Peacock, featuring a new set of sexy singles vying for love and a $100,000 prize.
The article suggests that while Love Island has created some power couples, it doesn't necessarily mean that the relationships formed on the show have long-lasting staying power.
The article implies that the stress of being on the show and external factors can impact the relationships formed on Love Island.
The article highlights the unfortunate track record of Season 1 contestants in finding lasting love after the show.
The article mentions the public nature of some of the breakups, indicating that the couples' post-show relationships attracted media attention.
The article does not provide information about couples from Seasons 3 and 4 of Love Island USA.