‘Love Island USA’ winners Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi may elope

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“Love Island USA” winners Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi may be heading to the courthouse after leaving the villa. 

The couple — who discussed the prospect of marriage during their time on the Peacock reality series — tells Page Six exclusively why an elopement is likely. 

“I think that’s something that happens after you’ve been battle-tested and it’s not something that we would shy away from,” Pandolfi says. 

“We have had our discussions about how most people go about [getting married]. It’s super structured and scheduled, marking down calendar dates.”

The handsome personal trainer and real estate pro adds, “I think, for us, if it were to get to that point, it would just be something like, ‘Hey, today’s the day. Let’s do it.’”

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“Love Island USA” winners Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi tell Page Six they are into the idea of a courthouse wedding.

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“Love Island USA” winners Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi tell Page Six they are into the idea of a courthouse wedding.

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Morrison — who repeatedly stated she joined the show to “find a husband, not a boyfriend” — agrees. “Yeah, we’re just like that,” she says. “Just like, go-to-the-courthouse vibes.”

The stunning model-actress admits that forgoing a traditional ceremony wouldn’t feel like a loss as she’s “never been the girl” who’s dreamt about her wedding day. 

“I’ve never been her. I think it would be beautiful to put on a whole wedding — and that might still happen in the future, especially for family and friends,” she elaborates. 

“But I am the type [who loves] a love that’s so pure that when it happens, it’s just about you two. And I think we feel the same way.” 

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“If it were to get to that point, it would just be something like, ‘Hey, today’s the day. Let’s do it,’” Pandolfi says.
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Before tying the knot, though, the duo — affectionally nicknamed “Zimmy” by fans — is looking forward to dating in the real world. 

Morrison, who hails from the U.K., and Pandolfi, a former New York City resident, both relocated to Los Angeles before meeting each other on “Love Island USA” — a coincidence they say feels like a “wink” from God. 

Morrison certainly believes their love story was written with the help of a higher power.

“[God] definitely is responsible. My mum, before I got on the show, she’d seen girls before step forward for boys and get denied. And she wasn’t having it. So before going on the show, she said, ‘Don’t step forward for anybody! … You’ll get in a couple with someone. You’ll get to know them and it’s fine,’” the British beauty explains. 

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Morrison and Pandolfi quickly established themselves as Season 4’s frontrunners.

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“And then, obviously, Timmy comes out and he’s the second boy. We made eye contact and I just felt something,” she says, recounting her first sight of Pandolfi. “His energy was just so strong.”

That’s when the man up above stepped in, Morrison says. 

“I just felt this tack on both sides of my shoulders. I was just fighting it, like, ‘No, no, no, no. This is against everything you said you would do on day one,’” she continues.

“And I just couldn’t not do it. I felt my body being pushed and I was like, ‘Go with your gut, step forward for him, he’s going to choose you and it will all be fine.’ And that’s exactly what happened.”

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Morrison believes God “pushed” her to step forward for Pandolfi at the start of their “Love Island USA” journey.
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Pandolfi notes that Morrison’s “energy” was equally irresistible. “That’s what all these love songs are about. All these unexplained things, the feeling of going with your gut,” he gushes. “I felt the warmth coming from her.” 

The lovebirds — beloved by their “Love Island USA” castmates and viewers alike — soared over the competition and eventually took home the title of “America’s Favorite Couple” and its accompanying $100,000 prize on Sunday night’s finale.

“We never expected this,” Morrison admits. “But we’re so grateful and we can’t wait to connect with all the fans.” 

Morrison and Pandolfi won, while Sydney Paight and Isaiah Campbell placed second and Deb Chubb and Jesse Bray finished third. 

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The duo, who lives in Los Angeles, is looking forward to dating off-camera.

The couples — and many departed Islanders — will be discussing their respective “Love Island USA” journeys when the Season 4 reunion begins streaming Thursday, Sept. 1, at 9 p.m. ET on Peacock. 

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