Abbie Moores, Scott van der Sluis, Mitchel Taylor and Ella Barnes may have just missed out on the Love Island final, but they still appeared to be in high spirits as they arrived at London's ME hotel after landing back in the UK.
Abbie and Scott were dumped from the island after their fellow islanders decided they were least compatible, just hours after they decided to call time on their romance and opted to just be friends.
Mitchel and Ella were then dumped on Sunday night's episode after they were also deemed to be the least compatible.
And after appearing on Love Island Aftersun on Sunday, the four dumped islanders jetted back to the UK and have since been snapped arriving at London's ME hotel on Monday 31 July.
Abi and Ella both opted for stylish white outfits, with Abi sporting a strapless mini dress, which she accessorised with some gold earrings and a necklace.
While Ella donned a white mini dress featuring a cut-out detail showing off her underboob. Posing for photos she shared a kiss with Mitch, who wore a white shirt and black jeans.
Scott cut a casual figure as he opted for some black trousers and a grey hoodie, which he paired with some black and white trainers.
The four ex-islanders just missed out on making it to Monday night's final, which will see one win the whopping £50k prize money.
And when this series comes to an end there may be a shake-up for future series, with next year's winter series instead being replaced with an All Stars series.
The winter series of the show first aired in 2020 and and then didn't happen again until earlier this year.
However, that could be set to change, after one source claims the winter edition of the dating show is set to be replaced with a series made up of former show contestants from next year.
An All Stars series of the show could not just feature some fan favourites from the UK show, but also from other series of the show in the US and Australia.
A source told MailOnline: “The winter series of Love Island has been axed for a second time… viewers just aren't interested in watching the show twice a year.
“It will be replaced by a brand new All Stars series, which will feature former Islanders who are still looking for love.
“In terms of iconic Love Island stars who are now happily married including the likes of Olivia Attwood, producers are looking into cameo appearances so that they still involve fan favourites from the years gone by.”
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