Love Island 2017 finished last night with a series high in the ratings.
It was Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies who won Love Island 2017 last night in the live final on ITV2.
Rivals Jamie and Camilla were runners up, Olivia and Chris finished in third and Gabby and Marcel ended the series in 4th place.
An average audience of 2.6 million watched the final, up 1.3 million on last year and the most watched Love Island episode to date.
2.9 million was the peak audience with more than half of those watching in the 16-34 demographic.
Overall Love Island's third series has averaged 1.7 million viewers, up around 700,000 on 2016's run.
It's no wonder that ITV have already confirmed a fourth series to air in the summer of 2018.
Elsewhere last night, over on ITV Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy was watched by an impressive 7 million viewers at 9PM, the most watched show of the day.
Coronation Street earlier had 6.7 million and 6.6 million for its two episodes while Emmerdale averaged 5.6 million.
Meanwhile, on BBC One, EastEnders was the most watched show with 5.4 million viewers. DIY SOS dropped to just 2 million at 9PM against the strong competition from ITV while Panorama had 1.5 million tuning in.
Finally, on Channel 5, Big Brother continued with 700,000 viewers.