Love Island viewers call for major shake-up after Greg ‘ruins’ big money twist

Love Island viewers gave called for a major shake-up to the final big money twist.

After being crowned winners there was little time for Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea to celebrate as they were forced to make a life-changing decision.

The Islanders aren't just trying to find romance in the villa – as there's also a big £50k prize at stake.

There was a shock final twist as the couple's relationship was really put to the test as they had to pick 'love or money'.

But fans were left disappointed when 'boring' Greg was given the power and chose to share the winnings.

Amber picked the envelope with nothing, while Greg had the one with the money.

Revealing his decision, he said: "Of course I'm going to share it with her."

When asked about Greg's choice, Amber said: "Yeah I knew he was going to share it."

Love Island fans took to Twitter to complain about the final big money twist.

One viewer said: "Still waiting for someone to keep the money and run. Why is everyone so f****** boring"

"I wish someone would just steal the money for once boring b******s," added another.

A third said: "You can tell Greg wanted to keep the 50K for himself, he just split it because he'll be deemed the Villain and would have lost out on more lucrative opportunities outside the villa"

There has been some disappointment over the last few years as the original big money twist has been tampered with.

In the first series, Jess Hayes and Max Morley both had to decide if they wanted 'love or money' in a Golden Balls-style ending.

If both of them chose 'love' then they split the cash, while if one chose 'money' but the other love then the 'money' picker would win the entire £50k.

But if both chose 'money' they would both go home with nothing.

The surprise winners, who beat engaged couple Jon Clark and Hannah Elizabeth, chose 'love' and each won £25k.

Last year, Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies walked away with the prize after beating Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow, Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood , and Marcel Somerville and Gabby Allen to the money.

Host Caroline Flack had previously hinted at a "big change" to the way the winning couple would be offered the £50,000 prize money, which led to speculation that only one Islander would walk away with the cash.

But what ended up happening was virtually the same as when Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey won Love Island in 2016.

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