The Love Island 2018 Christmas reunion airs tonight on ITV2 and here's a look a the cast.
Host Caroline Flack hosts Love Island: The Christmas Reunion tonight as she reunites nineteen of its most talked about Islanders as they gather for the ultimate festive get together.
Are reconciliations on the cards, or have the holiday romance bubbles well and truly burst?
Those back for the special include winners Jack and Dani as well as fellow finalists Wes and Megan, and Kaz (however boyfriend Josh is away in the USA).
Ex partners Laura and Paul, Georgia and Sam and Ellie and Charlie will come to face and there's sure to be drama.
Joining them are Samira, Dr Alex, Alexandra, Kendall, Hayley and Eyal are also back to give us the latest on whether or not they've had more luck in love outside the villa. And are Adam and Zara still living a happy ever after?
Love Island: The Christmas Reunion airs this evening, Monday, December 17 at 9PM on ITV2.
Alongside Josh, those NOT returning for the Love Island reunion include former couple Jack Fowler and Laura Crane. Although they continued to date for a while after the show, they ultimately ended up going their separate ways.
“Sadly Jack and I have both decided to go our separate ways due to such busy schedules right now and not having the time to spend together,” Laura said in a statement in September.
Also not taking part Niall Aslam, Rosie Williams, Darylle Sargeant, Alex Miller and Ellie Jones.
And while Samira will be back, her ex Frankie Foster won't be returning.
Host Caroline Flack teased of the show during Channel 4's Sunday Brunch: "We’ve reunited all the islanders and put them in a lovely country manor. It’s catching up where they left off. Some of them are still together, some have broken up. There are quite a few rows!"
She added of Dani and Jack's recent 'Instagram break up': "When I last saw them they were fine and they'd just got a little puppy. Then they broke up but they’re back together now... They seem in love. They come out of the villa and there’s so much media attention, they're just young kids."