Love Island 2018 final date CONFIRMED with a special live episode

When is the Love Island final? Love Island end date revealed

Caroline Flack

If you're wondering when Love Island 2018 finishes, the final date has now been officially confirmed.

The Love Island 2018 final is nearing with ITV2 confirming that the current series comes to a close on Monday, July 30.

The LIVE final airs between 9PM and 10:35PM on ITV2 where the winner will be crowned.

The night before, Sunday 29 July, will see an extended episode of spin-off Aftersun airing between 10PM and 11:05PM.

It makes it the longest series ever at almost two months since the launch back on June 4.

In the final, the public crown their favourite couple before - based on past series - a twist decides who gets the prize money.

The top couple will individually decide whether they want to split or steal the money. If they both split, each will enjoy £25,000. If both steal, they'll get nothing but if one steals and one splits, the one who steals will get all £50,000 for themselves.

As for who will win, bookies reckon there could be a huge upset in Love Island, according to Ladbrokes.

Money is pouring in for Josh and Kaz to send shock waves through the villa and win this year's series, and their odds of doing so have been slashed in half to just 5/1 (from 10/1) since Wednesday's show.

Jack and Dani's price has consequently drifted out to 1/5, though this still makes them the clear favourites with the bookies.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Josh has gone from zero to hero since hooking up with Kaz. Punters are starting to smell an upset and we've been left with little option but to slash their odds of winning."

For now, Love Island 2018 continues nightly on ITV2.

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