The stars of this year’s Love Island will reunite one last time.
Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti were the winners of the latest series of dating show ITV 2.
It came after weeks of drama and memorable moments at the Love Island villa.
But while the show is over, there will be one final episode.
Love Island: The Reunion takes place tonight.
Here’s everything you need to know:
When is Love Island: The Reunion and how to watch?
The reunion episode takes place today (August 7).
Like the main series, it will be broadcast on ITV2 and will also be available on the ITV Hub.
The episode starts at 9 p.m.
How long will Love Island: The Reunion last?
It will last 90 minutes, ITV has confirmed.
The reunion episode runs from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
What to Expect
After a long, hot summer at the villa, the islanders of Mallorca return and come together for the biggest celebration of the year, Love Island – The Reunion.
As the Class of 2022 reunites for the first time, Love Island lead lady Laura Whitmore will be asking all the big questions the winning couple, the finalists and all the islanders who made a splash on the island!
Is love still on the horizon, what happened when the cameras stopped rolling, and who secretly met?
Comedian Darren Harriott joins the show behind the Reunion’s “reasonably priced bar” to share his series highlights and serve up cocktails and chat with some of the show’s most famous islanders – expect exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes VTs, skits and all the gossip.
Who is attending the reunion episode?
ITV expects the cast of Love Island’s 2022 series to be involved.
Including winners and finalists.
Who won Love Island 2022?
In case you somehow missed the last episode. The reality show was won this year by Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti.
The couple received nearly two-thirds of the public vote, ITV revealed.
The Turkish actress from Essex, 27, and the Italian business owner, also 27, won over viewers with their fiery relationship, which developed over the eight-week series.
ITV said they received 63.7 per cent of the public vote in the vote on Sunday 31 July and Monday 1 August.
They were the clear champions ahead of Gemma Owen and Luca Bish in second with 14.5 percent.
Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope placed third with 11.8 percent, while Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page placed fourth with 10.1 percent.
Last year’s winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon secured 42 percent of the public vote, closely followed by runners-up Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran, who secured 31 percent.
It comes after ITV said the series finale secured a surge in TV viewership, up 100,000 on last year.
An average of 2.9 million tuned in to ITV2 on Monday night, according to the broadcaster’s overnight figures.
The 2021 final had a slightly lower average of 2.8 million viewers.
The latest series has launched to a consolidated five million viewers across devices, according to ITV, making it the biggest launch since 2019.
ITV has also announced that there will be two series of the show in 2023, a winter series in South Africa and a summer series in Mallorca.