The final date for Love Island 2023’s summer series is on its way!
Hosted by Maya Jama, the end of Love Island’s latest series will see one couple walk with a cash prize.
After some seven weeks of coupling, recoupling and dumpings, the winners will be crowned in a live show on ITV2 and ITVX.
The Love Island 2023 final date has been confirmed for Monday, 31 July 2023 at 9PM.
Maya Jama will present the final live from the villa in Majorca.
In the final, the public will vote for their favourite couple who will pick up a cash prize of £50,000 to share.
But in order to be in with a shot at the money, the Islanders will need to make it to the end.
Fresh from a surprise double dumping at the start of the week, six couples remain in the competition.
They are Abi & Scott, Ella B & Mitchel, Ella T & Tyrique, Jess & Sammy, Molly & Zach and Whitney & Lochan.
For now, Love Island continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2 and ITVX.
Saturday nights sees a special Unseen Bits episode while Sunday also features live spin-off show After Sun.
Love Island will return in the summer for a brand new series.
Running now since 2015, ITV2’s Love Island features a line up of singletons hunting for love.
The islanders will do their utmost to couple up, flirt and date in the hope of not being dumped the Island.
With every instalment will come new twists and turns including bombshell contestants. Who’s head will turn?
Expect dramatic revelations at recouplings when the truth behind the relationships is revealed – often resulting in surprise recouplings, unexpected exits and shock break ups.
Watch the current series online with the ITVX website here.