Josh Packham and Anna McEvoy were crowned the winners of Love Island Australia's second season on Thursday night.
The couple took home a $50,000 cash prize, defeating rivals Cartier Surjan and Matthew Zukowski, and Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw in a public vote.
Mortgage broker Josh, 26, and model Anna, 27, were the longest-running couple left in the villa, pairing up on day 12 and sticking together the entire time.
First place: Josh Packham and Anna McEvoy were crowned the winners of Love Island Australia's second season on Thursday night
They became the odds-on favourites to win the series after Cartier and Adam Farrugia split on day 31, ending their reign as the most popular couple in the villa.
Hours before they were crowned the winners, an emotional Josh became teary-eyed as he told Anna that he was falling in love with her.
'I haven't opened myself up like this in a long time,' Josh told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday.
Winners: The couple took home a $50,000 cash prize, defeating rivals Cartier Surjan and Matthew Zukowski (centre), and Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw (far right) in a public vote
'Expressing my feelings to Anna, I started to well up, and I tried to hold it, but I had to take a moment to take a deep breath and just get those words out.'
Josh joined the Love Island villa on day eight with his twin brother, Luke, and almost immediately struck up a relationship with Anna, who had entered four days prior.
The couple rarely fought and became known for their loud kissing sessions.
Sealed with a kiss: Josh and Anna rarely fought and became known for their loud kissing sessions
'The only time we questioned ourselves was after a dumping. We were like, "Well, we haven't discussed this.