Love Island 2019 has come and gone and yet it doesn't really feel like an end.

After all we're still following what happened to the contestants between their touch down after Majorca, and Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard' visit to Ireland. Thus Love Island 2019 may just be the series that never ends.

There's a reunion episode on the box this weekend.

Before that, we now know the breakdown of this year's results by percentage.

The winners of this season of the reality series were Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill. The final for the £50k prize took place on Monday night.

They beat Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, who were thought to be the favourites, but as it turns out, Amber and Greg had it in the bag.

Their percentage of the vote was 48.82% versus the influencer and boxer's 25.56%.

India Reynolds and Ovie Soko, meanwhile, finished with 18.21% of the vote in third place. Maura and Curtis had just 7.4%.

Mind you, Amber and Greg's winning percentage wasn't quite as overwhelming as last year's winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham.

They scored a highly impressive 79.66% of the public vote with runners-up Laura Anderson and Paul Knops taking 8.43%.