Love Island 2022 will host a reunion show this Sunday night, it’s been revealed.
After eight weeks of recouplings, dumpings and doing bits, four couples remained for Love Island 2022’s final on Monday night.
It was Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu & Davide Sanclimenti who won the series with Gemma Owen & Luca Bish in second, Indiyah Polack & Dami Hope finishing third and Tasha Ghouri & Andrew Le Page placing fourth.
The Love Island Villa may have closed its doors once more but there’s still one more episode to come from the series with Love Island: The Reunion airing Sunday, 7 August at 9PM.
As well as watching on TV you’ll be able to stream on ITV Hub where the full series is currently available to stream.
ITV2 share of the special: “As the class of 2022 are reunited for the first time, Love Island’s leading lady Laura Whitmore will be asking all the big questions to the winning couple, finalists and all the Islanders who made a splash on the island! Is love still on the cards, what happened when the cameras stopped rolling, and who’s been secretly hooking up?
“Comedian Darren Harriott joins the show behind the Reunion’s ‘Reasonably Priced Bar’ to share his highlights of the series and serve up cocktails and chat with some of this series’ most iconic Islanders – expect exclusive interviews, behind the scenes VTs, sketches, and all the gossip.”
Alongside the finalists this year’s full cast of Islanders included Danica Taylor, Jamie Allen, Deji Adeniyi, Lacey Edwards, Nathalia Campos, Reece Ford, Billy Brown, Summer Botwe, Coco Lodge, Josh Le Grove, Jacques O’Neill, Chyna Mills, Jay Younger, Cheyanne Kerr, George Tasker and Jack Keating.
They were joined by Jazmine Nichol, Mollie Salmon, Samuel Agbiji, Antigoni Buxton, Charlie Radnedge, Amber Beckford, Ikenna Ekwonna, Remi Lambert, Afia Tonkmor, Liam Llewellyn
Love Island will return to ITV2 for TWO brand new series in 2023.
The show’s winter spin-off will return in the new year before the usual summer series. Both will air on ITV2 as well as new streaming service ITVX.
Airing in early 2023, Winter Love Island will see a new batch of singletons head to South Africa on a quest for love and romance.
Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality Commissioning and Controller, ITV2, said: “Love Island has once again proved itself to be the nation’s favourite talking point across the summer, and we’re always blown away by the show’s ongoing impact and talkability amongst our younger audience.
“So, rather than just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love with two full series of the show.”