Reality stars and OnlyFans go together like burgers and fries. These days, it’s rare if at least one of the cast members from an Australian reality show doesn’t end up on OnlyFans.

Case in point, MAFS season nine. Though the show only finished airing in April, six of the participants are already active on the content-sharing platform. They join a bevvy of stars from previous seasons on OnlyFans.

Love Island Is another popular reality show that cast members transition from when it comes to OF. From the three seasons of the dating show, a bevy of cast members have wound up making their income by sharing images and videos on the platform.

However, without a search tool, finding OnlyFans profiles for the Love Island stars poses an annoying problem. To solve that, we’ve popped together a list of all the Islanders who are on OF and listed their subscription costs.

Jessie Renee Wynter

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Subscribers: 3200
Price: $3.50
Photos: 172
Videos: 22

Shelby Bilby

Subscribers: 7700
Price: free
Photos: 10
Videos: 2

(Has her own explicit website that is $4.99 a month)

Vanessa Sierra

Subscribers: 21,400
Price: $3
Photos: 211
Videos: 44

Edyn Denise

Subscribers: 2700
Price: free
Photos: 369
Videos: 76

Ari Kumar

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Subscribers: 300
Price: $14
Photos: 36
Videos: 6

Filming is currently underway for season four of Love Island Australia, and reality fans will spot a recognizable face in the villa. It’s been all but confirmed that MAFS fan favourite Al Perkins is one of the islanders looking for love on the show.

Daily Mail Australia papped Al surrounded by a bevvy of bikini-clad beauties in the show’s Spanish villa earlier this month, which you can view here. To add fuel to the fire, his normally-active Instagram account has been silent since August 23rd.

Love Island host Sophie Monk also told the audience at this year’s Upfronts, which is an event where Channel 9’s upcoming shows are revealed, that they’ve cast a “famous groom” for next year’s season.

“We have high-flying real estate agents, we have a soccer player, we have a model, a dancer and we have a famous groom,” she said.

Love Island season four premieres this month on 9now. 

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