The Love Island couples are set for one last test before the final on Monday night.
After a double dumping earlier this week, just five couples are left in the running for the £50,000 prize money.
Following the recent baby challenge, this weekend it'll be time to meet the families.
The friends and relatives of the Islanders will be joining the villa for the day to get to know their loved ones' partners.
And they're set to include Belle's famous dad, hardman actor Tamer Hassan.
Tamer previously hit out at Belle's current Love Island partner Anton after a row between the couple.
"I am now doubting Anton’s feelings for Belle and that makes me an unhappy dad!" he said in an interview with The Sun newspaper.
A source shared ahead of his entrance into the villa: “Bosses are thrilled he’s agreed to appear on the show - he’s a movie legend and they can’t wait to see what happens when he finally meets Anton! Anything could happen!”
Belle's dad has a number of screen credits to his name including movies The Football Factory with Danny Dyer, The Ferryman, Batman Begins as well as TV shows such as Game Of Thrones, where he played Khal Forzo.
Other friends and family entering will include Molly-Mae's sister and mum, Amber's parents, Tommy's mum and brother (not Tyson!) and Anton's mum.
Meanwhile, ahead of the final it's looking like it could be quite the open race for victory.
Tommy and Molly-Mae are currently the only official couple on the show and have been the hot favourites up until recently.
With just days to go until the final, bookies have seen a number of bets for India Reynolds and Ovie Soko could take victory at the last minute.
Odds have also been cut on Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea taking the title in the live final on Monday night.
Leon Blanche, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Ovie and India proved how strong their relationship is last night when Jordan tried his best to come between the pair. Ovie is playing it ultra-cool and their odds on winning the show have been cut due to market support into 9/4 from 10/3.
"Greg O’Shea has hit the ground running and his partner Amber Gill has the fans on side and they might be the dark horses having seen their odds cut from 9/1 into 13/2.”
Love Island 2019 continues nightly on ITV2.
The live final takes place on Monday, July 29 from 9PM.