Popular Love Island couple Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham could walk away from the villa not just with each other, but oodles of cash in the bank too.
Their management has been inundated with work offers, including a book about relationships in time for Valentine’s Day, report the Daily Star Sunday.
Along with personal appearances and brand endorsements, they are also being chased by TV executives keen to tap up the cute couple, according to the publication.
A source said: “Dani and Jack are the big success story of this year’s Love Island. Everyone loves them.
“They have a very bright future in showbiz ahead of them.
“There are some lucrative deals on the table. When Jack and Dani leave the villa things can be finalised.”
Dani and Jack couple up together as the pair enter the villa to find love [Wenn]
Danny Dyer’s daughter and the pen salesman have proven a solid unit since coupling up in the first episode.
They have already said “I love you,” to each other but have yet to sleep together.
Owing to the success of past contestants, The Sun has reported that TV bosses now plan to take 10 percent of all future earning after the show has aired.
A TV insider told the publication: “All the islanders are getting £200 a week to be on the show. If you break it down to how many hours they’re filming every day it’s absolutely nothing!
“But they know the end goal is mega-money and fame. If they win, it could be £50,000 they leave with or £25,000 if they split the pot. Then they’ll make loads off the back of magazine deals and sponsorships.
“They’re all prepared to take the hit now because this time next year they could be rolling in it!”