Piers Morgan pays out £100 Love Island wager to the show's voiceover star Iain Stirling after betting that none of last year's couples would stay together

The presenter, 53, was forced to pay up on Good Morning Britain after learning that runners-up Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow were still together.

Piers, who is known to dislike the ITV2 show, claimed "no one ever stays together" during an interview with Iain last year.

Iain, 30, proceeded to bet him £100 that one of the 2017 pairings would still be coupled up after 12 months – in a wager Piers has now lost.

On today's show Iain smugly revealed Jamie and Camilla were still in love, forcing Piers to splash out.

Bringing out a huge cheque from "The Bank of Piers Morgan", the host said: "As a man who honours his bets and debts, here's £100."


Before joking: "Or as I call it, 20 seconds' work!"

Iain later revealed on Instagram that the money will be donated to mental health charity Mind.

Winners Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay split weeks after they took the title, while Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes parted ways during filming for their spin-off show soon after.

Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville lasted almost a year before it emerged the Blazin' Squad star had been unfaithful during their romantic holiday in Mexico.

The same show saw Piers tell co-host Susanna Reid she was looking "hot" after she "fat-shamed" herself.

The flirty exchange came after Susanna revealed she had lost a stone  since ditching alcohol.


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