Love Island’s Chloe Burroughs and Toby Arumolaran are reunited for the first time since leaving the villa
Love Island’s Chloe Burroughs and Toby Arumolaran meet for the first time since leaving the villa as they enjoy dating Nandos and down shots
The pair, who finished second in the series of the year, have returned to the UK and spent the quarantine period separately before going out on a Nandos date.
Turning to Instagram Stories, Khloe, 25, was in the mood to celebrate as she was enjoying an espresso martini before dropping the shots.
cheers! Chloe Burroughs and Toby Arumolaran reunited for the first time on Tuesday evening since leaving their Love Island villa
Turning to her Instagram Stories, the blonde beauty shared a photo of Toby, 22, cooking in a plate of chicken, chips and halloumi.
‘Second date. First date’ she said, while Toby shared a photo of Chloe tucked into a chicken wrap and wrote, ‘Find someone who looks at you the way Chloe looks at the cover!’
The couple then continued their date with a game of ping pong and were later seen shots.
‘History continues,’ wrote Toby, sharing a video of them refusing alcoholic beverages.
Yum: The couple, who finished second in the series of the year, have returned to the UK and spent their quarantine period separately before going out on a Nandos date.
Cheeky Nandos: Toby shared a photo of Chloe folded into a chicken wrap and wrote, “Find someone who looks at you the way Chloe looks at the cover!”
This comes after viewing figures for the final were revealed as Liam and Millie received 42.02% of the audience’s votes, via the program’s mobile application, while Chloe and Toby, who took second place, received 30.85% of the vote.
Faye and Teddy saw 14.85% of users vote for them, resulting in them taking third place. Kaz and Tyler, who were the first to be evicted from the villa, received 12.27% of the vote, and were the first finalists to be evicted from the villa.
Love Island’s voting system has faced criticism this year, with viewers and previous contestants calling it “useless”.
Party time: Turning to Instagram Stories, Khloe, 25, was in the mood to party as she was enjoying an espresso martini before dropping the shots.
Competitive: The couple then continued their ping pong date and were later seen shots falling down
From bottom to top: Toby writes, sharing a video of them refusing alcoholic beverages: “The history continues
The series saw a series of public votes, but the final decision on who would leave the villa was always up to the contestants – resulting in them choosing to save their friends.
Earlier in August, contestants Abi, Mary, Kaz, Dale, Tyler and Jake were voted least popular by the audience, with host Laura Whitmore declaring that the safe islanders would decide which two would be eliminated.
Amber Gill – who won the show in 2019 – took to Twitter to ask why this was the case, writing: “Why are they letting the islanders decide again makes it so obvious!”
Paige Turley, the reigning hero, agreed: “Why do we allow the public to vote while still allowing the islanders to decide who stays?”
2018 Contestant Samira Maite said: “I don’t see the point of an audience vote??? When they always ask islanders to choose…like every time!!! I’m shaken!”
This year’s Love Island final broadcast on ITV2 saw Liam and Millie’s very rocky ride end happily winning £50,000, splitting the money between them, with Liam asking Millie to be his official girlfriend during a live exit interview.
Second place: Chloe and Toby, who finished second in the competition, received 30.85% of the vote during the final.