Love Island Finale on CBS, Winners Justine Ndbia and Caleb Corprew


After 34 weeks of romance, drama and recouplings, the CBS reality show, Love Island , finally crowned its 2020 winners.

For those of you who watched the season finale of the CBS Reality Show, Love Island, it came as no surprised that Justine and Kaleb would be the viewers choice and winners of the $100,000.00 prize.

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Meet the Winners of Love Island Season 2 Justin Ndbia and Caleb Corprew

Justine Ndiba, 27, is a Billing coordinator and Go-Go dancer from
Rockaway, New Jersey.

-She was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is a survivor of the Rwandan
Genocide. She immigrated to the U.S. with her family in 2001.
-She is looking for a guy who is kind, humble, respectful, and ideally Christian so he
shares her same religious beliefs. And, she’s a sucker for a good smile!
-Guys, we hope you’re tall! According to Justine, “height is huge for me because I spend
80-percent of my time in heels. I love wearing them because they make me feel confident, sexy,
and I just love how they look. So, if I’m always wearing heels, I want the guy I end up
with to be taller than me in heels.”
-Her relationship role models are singer John Legend and model Chrissy Teigen. She wants a
relationship but also a “friendship” just like they have.
-If she could write her own dating profile, it would be: “I’m a hot 27-year-old who’s also
got the brains. I take pride in my appearance, so working out is important to me, and
would love someone I can work out with. My ideal date would be staying in, wearing
pajamas while eating takeout and watching a movie in bed. I’m a very outgoing people-person, so
I’d love a guy who is the same and can get along with all my friends and family because they are
my ride or dies. If you’re disrespectful and not humble, keep it pushin!

Caleb Corprew, 24, is a IT Sales Consultant from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Read more about Love Island


Love Island is an American dating reality show based on the British series Love Island. The series was announced and commissioned on August 8, 2018, by CBS. It premiered on July 9, 2019, on CBS. The series is simulcast in Canada on CTV, with the second season also airing in Australia on the 9Now streaming platform.

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On August 1, 2019, the show was renewed for a second season and was originally scheduled to premiere on May 21, 2020. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the production was postponed.

The second season production moved to The Cromwell Las Vegas with strict quarantine measures in place. It premiered on August 24, 2020.

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