Love Island 2018: BIG plans for the final TONIGHT!

What time is Love Island on tonight? Who will win?

The group wait for Dani to arrive.

The Love Island 2018 final is coming and there are big plans for the end of series climax.

If you've been wondering just when is the Love Island 2018 final is then wonder no more, as ITV2 has confirmed the series will conclude tonight July 30, at 9PM.


The special 95 minute long show will air LIVE from the Love Island villa in Majorca, Spain as host Caroline Flack reveals the winning couple.

The public will have the ultimate say in who triumphs with the £50,000 prize money although getting their hands on it may not be straight forward.

In the previous three series, the most popular couple as voted for by the public are each asked in private if they want to steal or share the money.

If both share, they each get £25,000. If both steal, neither gets anything. If one steals and the other shares, the one who steals gets all £50,000.

To date, every winning couple has decided to share - but could that all change this evening?

After eight weeks of Love Island, we're down to four couples for the final tonight.


Love Island finalists!

Megan & Wes

Josh & Kaz

Jack & Dani

Laura & Paul

Bookies have installed Jack & Dani - aka 'Jani' - as the strong favourites to win.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “After two months, the Love Island finale is here and unsurprisingly the villa sweethearts Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer, who have been together since day one, are the red hot 1/10 favourites to win.”

She added: “Punters seeking value have turned to our Straight Forecast and Top 3 exact order markets. Josh and Kaz are second favourites throughout, but punters aren’t buying into them placing second to Jani as they latch onto new beau Paul and Laura to steal second at 7/4.”

Vote for which of the four couples you're hoping will take the cash below...


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The grand final LIVE this Monday night at 9PM with Caroline.

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