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Season 2 of CBS' "Love Island" should have been premiering on Thursday, but like most productions, the show was put on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic. While the network has announced plans to hopefully film and release a new season this summer, there is no official word on when fans will be introduced to a new set of Islanders.

In the meantime, here's a check-up on the Season 1 couples and whether they are still together.

Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber


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Elizabeth and Zac emerged as the winners of "Love Island" Season 1 taking home the lofty grand prize, however, as much as it seemed that this couple was destined to be they eventually announced their break-up in December 2019 -- just four months after the show ended.

"Unfortunately Zac and I have decided to split and go our separate ways," the blond-haired, blue-eyed beauty shared in an Instagram story. "This has been extremely hard and taken a while for me to be able to share..."

Zac posted a similar message adding that "the breakup was mutual" and "we wanted different things."

Dylan Curry and Alexandra Stewart


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Alexandra and Dylan were one of the couples that viewers weren't too sure of -- mostly due to Dylan's questionable motives -- but most fans got on board when the duo was still together after the show finished airing. Unfortunately, just as soon as fans began to love seeing their relationship, the duo decided to part ways.

In November, they both took to their Instagram Stories to alert their followers of the news, each writing some version of "we are not together."

Ray Gantt and Caro Viehweg


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Alas, this "Love Island" couple still seems to be going strong!

Along with posting adorable photos of themselves on social media, Ray and Caro seemed to be gearing up to make a return to television as a competing duo on Season 33 of CBS' "The Amazing Race" after they were spotted with a camera crew at a New York airport.

Production for the show has since shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so it will be a while before fans could potentially see this couple on-screen again, but Caro's Instagram and YouTube would be a good place for fans to get their fix in the meantime.

Krya Green and Cashel Barnett


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This on-again, off-again couple is off-again -- and this time, it seems serious. For their first breakup, Cash and Kyra explained everything to fans in a YouTube video in October 2019 only to get back together weeks later.

Despite their reunion, the duo is not together today. Cashel dished about their split on the "No Filter With Zach Peters" podcast in February.

Weston Richey and Emily Salch


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Emily and Weston were the last pair to couple-up and somehow still made it all the way to the finale. The "Love Island" finalists even began to prove to fans who thought they wouldn't last wrong when they were still together in January, a whole five months after the show ended. As solid as they appeared, though, Emily addressed their split in a YouTube video on May 14.

"Weston and I are no longer together," she admitted, adding that they had a few breaks in November and January before their official uncoupling. "We are literally not right for each other... We're both just at different points in our life."

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"Love Island" 2019 cast members Dylan Curry, Alexandra Stewart, Ray Gantt, Caroline "Caro" Viehweg, Weston Richey, Emily Salch, Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber are pictured. CBS Entertainment