The pair quickly became the favourite to win Love Island after falling head-over-heels in the first couple of weeks.
As they coupled up and avoided the drama, they headed all the way to the final with ease, eventually landing the winning spot.
While fans fell for the love they’d seen brew between Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer, it appears it wasn’t meant to be, with their split being confirmed yesterday.
Although people have been left heartbroken, more are fearing for their joint hosting duties that they’re booked in for in January.
The pair confirmed last month they’d be hosting the National Television Awards in the New Year – and it looks like the plans are still in motion.
A representative from the NTAs confirmed to Daily Star Online: “As winners and stand-out stars of one of this year’s most talked about shows, Love Island’s Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham will continue in their roles as hosts of the red carpet and backstage and all our social media channels on the night.
“Despite the recent news about their relationship, we are delighted they remain friends and we look forward to working with them at the upcoming NTAs.”
Although the pair are committed to remaining friends, fans are adamant that it’ll be an awkward reunion.
Commenting on Jack’s Instagram photo of the pair holding an NTA award, one user wrote: “My guess is the NTA award you’re hosting is going to be awkward.”
“Jack and Dani’s split was always very likely”
While another added: “Well… you’ve broken up now…”
A third commenter chirped: “This is going to be really awkward.”
E4’s Celebs Go Dating new celebrity dating agent Anna Williamson explained why it might be awkward between the pair – but revealed it might not be all doom and gloom.
She told us: “Unfortunately, Jack and Dani’s split was always very likely.
“A couple usually starts to come down from the love drunk intoxicating honeymoon period around six months into a relationship, where some of the initial excitement and unfamiliar territory has worn off.”
Admitting that the couple had pressure from the start, she said: “They have had to go from zero to 100 pretty much overnight.
“The danger with this is that there are no real deep-rooted foundations to catch each other when the going starts to get tough.”
But it’s not all bad news, as she added: “Exes can remain friends, I’ve remained friends with a couple of mine, but there has to be complete respect of the friendship and for each other in order for this to be a success.
“If emotions are still raw, friendship can prove rather difficult.”