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Where Love Island's original cast are now – with some of them in their 50s

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Love Island as we know it launched nearly a decade ago in 2015, but there was an earlier version of the dating show that was broadcast in 2005, in which 13 single celebrities spent five weeks together in a villa in Fiji hoping to find love and also win a share of the £100,000 grand prize.

The series – originally called Celebrity Love Island – was presented by Patrick Kielty and Kelly Brook. Described by Charlie Brooker in The Guardian as “depressing,” he further criticised the show for being filled with celebrities who “loll about like dying sea-lions in a failing zoo, accompanied by the sound of gentle lapping as waves of public indifference break upon the shore.” It was cancelled after two series due to low ratings, but the original Love Island remains something of a classic thanks to the celebrities who took part, including glamour model Abi Titmuss, socialite Lady Isabella Hervey, model Calum Best and TV presenter Jayne Middlemiss.

Nearly two decades on from the first version of Love Island, OK! takes a look at where the original Islanders are now: Jayne Middlemiss TV presenter Jayne, 53, won the first series of Love Island with Fran Cosgrave.

Known for presenting music shows including Top of the Pops, Jayne also won Celebrity MasterChef in 2009, and regularly works as a radio DJ.

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