Amber Gill, a beauty therapist and model from Newcastle and Greg O’Shea, a ruby player from Limerick have been crowned the winners Love Island 2019.
In light of this Prime Minster Boris Johnson has asked the Love Island producers to come up with an answer to the Brexit Irish border problem. Previous negotiations have failed to deliver a workable solution, with the consensus in Westminster being “it is what it is”.
Amber and Greg have received £50,000 total in prize money – which Greg elected to share between them.
The Love Island team will bring the same sense of giving to negotiations, with a team member already suggesting physically moving Ireland to Majorca and handing it over to Spain.
The Irish border is the only border in the EU to have been the subject of a violent civil war.
To ease the contentious history the producers are looking into deals with boohoo.com and nastygal to secure a #cantstopbackstop 20% discount on their summer collection. Talks with the current President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, on a teeth whitening deal are under way.
The show’s finale attracted an average audience of 3.63 million, which is approximately the same as the audience for the BBC Leaders Debate at the last general election.
The producers hope to stop the Republic of Ireland being pied off after Arlene Foster made a deal with Theresa May. The DUP currently oppose the backstop and insist that head’s won’t be turned.
According to ITV, this was the most watched Love Island final ever.
“We’ve been, like, grafting to get similar ratings for the backstop debate, and we’re planning on deciding through a vote on an app.” said one of the producers “People say Ireland is divided but I think there’s a real connection there.”
The preference of all parties is to have a comprehensive trade deal that is their type on paper.