Who Will Seal the Deal? Predicting the 'Perfect Match' Season 2 Winners! (SPOILERS)

At long last, the winners of 'Perfect Match' Season 2 will finally be revealed by Netflix in the finale, set to drop on Friday, June 21.

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Jun. 11 2024, Updated 10:00 a.m. ET

(L-R) Bryton Constantin, Stevan Ditter, Dominque Defoe, Micah Lussier, and Tolú Ekundare in Season 2 of 'Perfect Match.'
Source: Netflix

Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Seasons 1-2 of Perfect Match.

The point of Netflix's Perfect Match is for the cast of sexy singles to find their best-suited partner with whom they may be able to leave the show. And, while that doesn't happen for everyone in the first season, there are quite a few couples in the highly anticipated second season that fans think will go the distance.

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And now, with the Netflix reality dating series hurtling toward its season finale, many are asking: Who wins Season 2 of Perfect Match? Here's everything we know.

(L-R) Jess, Harry, Tolú, and Chris smile and laugh while sitting on a red couch together in Season 2 of 'Perfect Match.'
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Who wins Season 2 of Netflix's 'Perfect Match'?

As of now, the winners of Season 2 of Perfect Match remain a total mystery. Sadly, the finale doesn't hit Netflix until Friday, June 21, so we've got some time to kill before all is revealed. But hey, that doesn't mean we can't make some wild guesses and predictions about who will take home the crown!

By the end of Episode 6, the happy couples include Chris Hahn and Tolú Ekundare, Justin Assad and Elys Hutchinson, Stevan Ditter and Alara Taneri, and Harry Jowsey and Jessica Vestal. If we had to put money on it, we'd bet that Stevan and Alara have the best shot at winning Season 2.

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Stevan Ditter and Alara Taneri sit on a tan couch in their swimsuits in Season 2 of 'Perfect Match.'
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They seem to be the strongest couple in the villa, as they only have eyes for each other. Plus, they have been dominating challenges together, which speaks volumes about their compatibility.

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However, there's no doubt the other couples will team up to shake things up for Stevan and Alara. So, be prepared to see one of them go on a date with someone new — and who knows, they might even consider ditching their partner for a fresh face.

Dom and Georgia won Season 1 of 'Perfect Match.'

OK, let's rewind to the inaugural season of Perfect Match. During the nail-biting finale, it all comes down to two couples regarding how tight the votes fell. While host Nick Lachey doesn't share the other couple's names, he announces Dom Gabriel and Georgia Hassarti as the winners!

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Now, there aren't enough memes in the world to recreate Francesca Farago's shocked expression when Nick declares Dom and Georgia the winners. After all, Dom was initially paired with Francesca at the start of the season.

As for the second place couple, we can only assume that Joey Sasso and Kariselle Snow were close behind in terms of votes.

Dom and Georgia from 'Perfect Match'
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So, let's be real — there weren't many couples left to pick from as the perfect match in the end. The other possibilities were Chloe Veitch and Shayne Jansen — who weren't serious about each other — along with Bartise Bowden and Izzy Fairthorne, who got together too late in the season to be serious contenders for the win.

So, if Kariselle and Joey weren't going to win, it totally makes sense that Dom and Georgia took home the prize (even though they are no longer together).

Perfect Match is now streaming on Netflix.

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