Is Anyone From FBoy Island Season 1 Still Together?

Let's face it: There are a ton of dating shows streaming right now. Shows like "The Bachelor," "Love Is Blind," and "Love Island" are a few of the many that all have the same end goal — to find real love. "FBoy Island" joined the market as a top contender with a nice plot twist — to see if nice guys truly do finish last. Per HBO Max, the dating show features three women and potential suitors who move to a tropical paradise where they navigate a dating pool, which includes a mix of "nice guys" and "self-proclaimed FBoys," in order to find a lasting love connection.

"FBoy Island" is hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser. In a July 2021 interview with ET, Glaser revealed that she hopes to inspire women to change the narrative and take control when it comes to guys with FBoy tendencies. "It's about becoming a person that won't let FBoys F with you," she explained.

Two seasons of the crazed TV show have come to an end, and we can't help but wonder who is still together. Are any of the Season 1 players still F-ing their FBoys?

CJ Franco and Jarred Evans

Initially, CJ Franco had a connection with Casey Johnson, a reformed F-Boy; however, she ultimately chose Jarred Evans. The shocking twist came as a surprise and showcased a bit of growth in her, deciding to let go of FBoys for the foreseeable future. CJ was one of the only contestants to pick one of the actual nice guys. Per TMZ, the couple left the Cayman Islands together, and both parties were hopeful to make their long-distance relationship work after the show. In the short clip, Jarred revealed that he and CJ were "still going strong" and were looking forward to "building." 

Sadly, the two have since gone their separate ways and are no longer together. In an interview with Maxim in August 2021, the brunette beauty shared that she can "tame" bad boys and spot the difference between them and nice guys. "Nice guys genuinely are interested in you," CJ shared. "They look for ways to add value to your life and constantly contribute to it without having expectations of sex."

However, not all is lost, as CJ had one of the biggest takeaways from the show — a different perspective on "men and dating." She told Vulture, "You have to, like, teach people how to treat you. And if you're not willing to set those good boundaries, then you're just shooting yourself in the foot. So it definitely made me a little bit more harsh. I've always been pretty harsh with men, but I'm at a whole new level now."

Nakia Renee and Jared Motley

Hopeless romantic and FBoy lover Nakia Renee chose Jared Motley at the end of the show. Although Jared was an FBoy, he chose to split the prize money of $100,000 with his new lady love in a shocking twist. The future looked promising, but sadly for viewers, the pair is also no longer together.

"Things didn't work out between him and I. We're kind of going in two different directions as far as like what we want," the model revealed in a video shared via Reddit in September 2021. "It was a real relationship. It was not just for the camera. Just like in any other real relationship he tried, I tried, and it just didn't work."

All good things must come to an end, but in this case, it wasn't all a loss. The model shared one important lesson she learned from being a contestant on the show. "It made me realize how important it is to take your time and get to know people when you're dating them," she explained in the video. While it didn't work out this time, she is still on the hunt for a partner to build a life with. In the meantime, her career in making music is keeping her busy, according to her Instagram.

Sarah Emig and Garrett Morosky

Sarah Emig had quite a tumultuous journey on "FBoy Island," to say the least. Early on, Sarah was tied to Garrett Morosky, the villain of the show. The social media manager revealed to The Things in September 2021 that she wasn't exactly "looking for love," but more so wanted "fun and adventure." However, she got more than she bargained for, as Garrett was a true FBoy at heart.

The not-so-shocking finale showed Sarah willing to give a relationship on the outside a go, but Garrett chose himself — which meant not splitting the prize money. While the plot twist didn't work in his favor, as the prize funds went to a charity of Sarah's choosing, the intention to have nothing with Sarah was apparent. "For him to take the money, he's forever branded himself as an FBoy," she expressed to The Things in September 2021.

In an August 2021 interview with E! News, Sarah shared the silver lining of her experience on the show. "I want to serve as a good example that no matter if you're in a relationship or not, you should always fall in love with yourself first," the blonde beauty revealed. "... I can trust myself and my own judgment, and I hope other girls can see that too."