Olivia Kaiser and Korey Gandy, the Season 3 winners of ‘Love Island,’ say they haven’t made their relationship official yet.
After voters chose Olivia Kaiser and Korey Gandy as their favorite couple on August 15, they won Season 3 of Love Island. Throughout the season, the two became closer, but they just admitted that their relationship isn’t yet official.
Kaiser and Gandy revealed to Entertainment Tonight that they were taking things one stride at a time. The couple also said that they hadn’t made up their minds about what they were to each other and were just going with the flow.
Kaiser and Gandy are the first and only pair to win Love Island. And, like the previous winning couples from the previous two seasons, the couple agreed to split the $100,000 grand prize.
The winning couple is given two envelopes, one of which has “$100,000” printed on it and the other of which is blank, according to the program’s structure. The person who receives the envelope with the amount inscribed on it has the option of keeping the money or splitting it with their partner.
This season, when Gandy received the envelope with the words “$100,000” scrawled on it, he decided to split it right away, claiming it was the easiest decision he’d ever made.
On ‘Love Island,’ Kaiser and Gandy
On the 32nd day of the 40-day CBS reality show, Kaiser and Gandy announced their relationship. Kaiser had been in a relationship with Javonney Vega until he was abandoned on day 17 of the show. Kyra Lizama, Trina Njoroge, Florida Diaz, Cathay Proudfoot, and Leslie Golden were among Gandy’s other girlfriends.
Following their official on-air alliance, Kaiser and Gandy held a meet-and-greet with each other’s families. Kaiser told her mother about her experiences on the island and what she had learned about herself.
Kaiser and Gandy met some unexpected occurrences during their stay on the show. Kaiser, for example, was accused of appearing as if she liked Gandy during the section where the candidates learned what America thought of them.
In another round, the candidates were had to smell each other’s dirty laundry in order to determine which pheromones they were most drawn to. Except for Gandy and Alana Paolucci, who chose each other’s outfits, all of the islanders chose their partners.