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Won quarter of a million on tv: How the money should be used

After having been locked up in a villa on Gran Canaria in six weeks could Julie Ought and Oliver Erngart Saturday night let themselves be determine as the first Danish winners of the realityprogrammet 'Love Island' ever.

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It happened in a thrilling finale, in which Olivia and Joakim got third place, and Ida and Jonas had to settle for second place. All decided by viewers ' votes.

- It is the game to be winners of the first season. It is unreal. I have not grasped or understood, that I have won it here, " says Julie Ought to Ekstra Bladet.

The three finalists: Oliver and Julie, Donald and Olivia and Jonas and Ida. Photo: TV3

We catch her and her boyfriend Oliver Erngart over a telephone connection, and there is obvious joy in their voices, but they also sound a bit tired.

- It was celebrated with a lot of champagne. It was very intimate between us participants. We went around with our bottle in hand, and singing, laughing Julie, that is interrupted by Oliver, who adds.

And so we went to bed.

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In the final pulled Julie the envelope with those 250 000 crowns, and, therefore, it was up to her if she would share the money with Oliver. She would like to. The plan is that she and Oliver, who met each other in connection with the program, must move together in Copenhagen within the next half year's time, and that the money should go to the deposit for the apartment.

- We have all the time talked about, that we would use the money to julegaveshoppe and give the family extra good gifts and then to the deposits for an apartment, says Oliver.

the Moment where Julie and Oliver will be declared the winners. Photo: TV3

Immediately, it may sound a bit surprising, that the two young realitydeltagere choose to spend the money on something so sensible, but it is, because they both have paid expensive money to learn.

- I got my børneopsparing at 45,000 pounds as an 18 year old and used them on a month in the city. I have regretted ever since. This money must not be the same story again, " says Julie Ought.

Same here, I used them also, complement Oliver.

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Although they both are happy to have participated in the program, then expresses also joy that they are now going home to family and friends in Denmark. They, however, need not fear to miss their friends from 'Love Island'. They appear to be again soon.

- We have a christmas party 14. december with all of the other participants from the program, so we brage in the city, says Oliver.

- How do you think it's getting to be lovers back home in Denmark?

- I think it will be the same. Just better. We get a little more free frames, and we can do more things together, " says Julie.

- It's probably also very healthy to miss each other a little, complements Oliver.

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