LOVE Island's winners have already been "revealed" – after just one episode.
The 10 sexy singletons in Love Island's 2023 line-up burst on screen on Monday.
Shortly after new host Maya Jama, 28, revealed the five new couples, fans were quick to call out the winning duo.
Now bookies have confirmed their views and hailed the "power couple" of the South Africa villa.
William Hill has flagged Luton-born Lana Jenkins and finance worker Ron Hall as the frontrunners.
The pair instantly hit it off in last night's launch show and appear to have the chemistry to last and the firm has placed the stunning duo as 9/2 favourites.
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Spokesperson Lee Phelps, said: “The Islanders were dealt an early bombshell at the end of the series opener on Monday, but our punters still feel confident with Lana and Ron’s chances of winning this year’s show in South Africa.
“We are 9/2 for the ‘power couple’ to go all the way, with the next fancied couple, Tanya and Shaq, double the price for victory at 9/1.
“Lana and Ron have also made positive moves in the top male and female markets, with their retrospective prices of 9/4 and 5/2 reflecting the support the duo already have from the British public.”
While Lana might be Ron's golden girl, the blonde bombshell might have her work cut out to win round one of her female rivals.
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Eagle-eyed viewers claimed Lana received some shady side-eye from Anna-May Robey, who had been paired with teacher Kai Fagan, as she entered the villa.
Yet she was hailed a potential villa queen from the off, before she even touched down in South Africa.
Meanwhile, Lana reckons we could have one of the fastest 'I love yous' in Love Island history.
She explained: "I fall in love quickly. I tend to know quite soon if I could fall in love with that person and then, as long as everything is going well, I’ll probably tell them I love them in about a week."
The make-up artist has also appeared on TV before, saying: "In my work as a makeup artist I’ve worked with lots of celebrities.
"Also, when I was six-years-old I used to live in Spain and I was in an episode of Benidorm as an extra."
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