Liam Reardon: Who is the Love Island 2021 winner?

Find out more about the 22-year-old bricklayer in the villa

Annabel Nugent
Monday 23 August 2021 19:50
Love Island 2021 contestants revealed

Liam Reardon was one of the newer contestants to join Love Island and has now been crowned the winner – but who is exactly is he?

Liam’s arrival was announced at the end of the 30 June episode, with viewers given the opportunity to vote on which female contestant he should go on a date with in the following episode.

He at least ended up sticking around longer than fellow newcomer Chuggs Wallis, who was booted out of the villa days later – although given recent events, his days in the villa could be numbered.

Liam is a 22-year-old bricklayer from Wales.

Liam was under fire mid-series after being disloyal to Millie, whom he was coupled up with at the villa, with new girl Lillie from Casa Amor.

Lillie’s revelation in front of Millie that they kissed outside of games, and that Lillie feels Liam led her to believe they shared a connection, led to a huge fallout on the show.

However, Millie and Liam got back on track and won this year’s Love Island finale. Speaking about their reconciliation, Liam said: “It seemed almost out of reach...but I knew what I wanted.”

When being interviewed on the show’s finale, the couple also officially declared that they were boyfriend and girlfriend.

Love Island finished on August 23rd and was won by Millie and Liam.

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