There won't be a Love Island Christmas reunion show in 2019, it's been reported.
2018 saw a festive Love Island special, welcoming back couples from the summer to catch up on their relationships and break ups.
But sources have said that there are currently no plans for such a reunion in 2019.
Arguably another reason that a reunion could be off the cards is how few of this year's couples remain together.
Winners Greg O'Shea & Amber Gill, who shared the £50,000 prize fund, became one of the first to split after leaving the villa.
Ovie Soko & India Reynolds, Anton Danyluk & Belle Hassan and Chris Taylor & Harley Brash have also parted ways.
However it's not all bad news. Runners up Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague and third placed finishers Curtis Pritchard & Maura Higgins are both still currently together.
While fans of the show may be disappointed with the news, Winter Love Island will soon arrive with a brand new group of singletons.
According to the Daily Mail newspaper, the winter series will run for six weeks from around January 8.
Caroline Flack will return to host, suggesting that the new run will be "the hottest one yet".
Caroline teased previously: "I literally cannot wait. It is going to be so hot. Probably the hottest one yet.
"Cape Town, can you believe it? Love Island's twice a year now, it's going to be mad."
Meanwhile, you've still got time to apply for Winter Love Island in 2020: Applications for Love Island next year close on 30 November 2019.
In order to apply, you need to be at least 18, have valid travel documents and be free to fly out in January if you get called up.
To apply, visit the official ITV2 website HERE.