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Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Culculoglu’s landslide Love Island win

OHMYGOSSIP — Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Culculoglu secured a landslide ‘Love Island’ win, with nearly 64 per cent of the vote.
The couple took home the ITV2 dating show’s £50,000 prize on Monday night’s (01.08.22) finale, and it’s now been revealed they received 63.69 per cent of the vote, as the public backed the Italian businessman and Turkish soap star in their droves.
Gemma Owen and Luca Bish finished second with 14.47 per cent of the vote, following by bronze medallists Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope on 11.77 per cent.
But Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page narrowly missed out on a podium finish with 10.07 per cent of the vote.
Following Ekin-Su, who is from Istanbul, Turkey, and Rome-born Davide’s victory, online searches for “learn Turkish” and “learn Italian” have sky rocketed.
Analysis of Google search data by Dictionarypedia has revealed searches for “learn Turkish” exploded 621 per cent on Monday, more than six times the average search volume.
There were even more people looking into the possibility of learning Italian, with an 855 per cent boost on the day of the ‘Love Island’ finale.
‘Love Island’ viewers are also keen to visit Ekin-Su and Davide’s home nations.
The data revealed searches for “visit Italy” exploded 495 per cent overnight, and searches for “visit Turkey” rose 374 per cent.
A spokesperson from Dictionarypedia – – commented on the findings: “In the past couple of months the British public have been tuning in every night to watch Ekin-Su and Davide become a couple whilst in the ‘Love Island’ villa.
“Throughout the series, both bombshells have spoken about their heritage and love for Turkey and Italy, referring to themselves as an ‘Italian stallion’ and ‘Turkish delight’.
“We have seen the couple teach each other about various aspects of Italian and Turkish culture and food, with their confession of love being spoken in Italian.
“This has clearly had an impact on audiences, with the findings showing that every time ‘Love Island’ has aired in the last week, interest in learning the Italian and Turkish languages, have risen dramatically.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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