When is Love Island's reunion show on TV? One off special airs this Sunday!

What time is Love Island's reunion show on TV?

Love Island 2017 cast

Love Island's reunion show airs this Sunday night (tonight) on ITV2.

It was Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies who won Love Island 2017 in the live final last Monday night.


They went on to share the £25,000 prize fund in a twist that originally saw Kem win all £50,000.

Meanwhile, rivals Jamie and Camilla were runners up, Olivia and Chris finished in third and Gabby and Marcel ended the series in 4th place.

The Love Island reunion show will see what happened next to the final couples.

Love Island 2017 winners
Love Island winners

What time does Love Island's reunion show air on TV?

The Love Island 2017 reunion show airs tonight from 9PM on Sunday, July 30.

The one-off special runs until 10:35PM and features not just the finalists but all of this year's contestants.

And there were over 30 of them! The girls were Olivia Attwood, Chloe Crowhurst, Montana Brown, Jessica Shears, Camilla Thurlow, Amber Davies, Gabrielle Allen, Tyne-Lexy Clarson, Tyla Carr, Amelia Peters, Chyna Ellis, Danielle Sellars, Ellisha-Jade White and Shannen McGrath.


And the Boys on this year's series were Marcel Somerville, Kem Cetinay, Sam Gowland, Harley Judge, Dominic Lever, Chris Hughes, Jonny Mitchell, Mike Thalassitis, Simon Searles, Alex Beattie, Craig Lawson, Marino Katsouris, Nathan Joseph, Rob Lipsett, Steve Ball, Jamie Jewitt and Theo Campbell.

The reunion show will follow the contestants in their first days out of the villa and what happened next.

For one couple, it's already all over.

The Sun reports that Montana and Alex - who finished in fifth place on Sunday night - haven't actually seen each other since arriving back in the UK.

A source told The Sun: “Montana is keen to follow her dreams as a TV presenter and has been attending meetings this week to get the wheels in motion.


“She doesn’t like partying and isn’t a big drinker so personal appearances in nightclubs aren’t really her thing."


They added: “Instead she is ambitious and very much a career woman – her relationship with Alex is going to take a back seat.”

Love Island airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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