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Love Island 2021: Is Aftersun on tonight following the final as winners are announced?

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Tonight’s final will see the Love Island stars make heartfelt speeches (Picture: ITV)

The final of Love Island 2021 has finally arrived, with the winners of the competition set to be announced tonight.

Following Liberty and Jake’s shock departure, the final four couples in the show are Chloe and Toby, Millie and Liam, Kaz and Tyler and Faye and Teddy.

Very soon, host Laura Whitmore will be announcing which couple has been voted the winners by the public and will have to choose whether to split the grand prize of £50k.

It’s a big night for reality TV, with many fans undoubtedly hoping it will continue into the night with an episode of Aftersun.

So will Aftersun be on tonight after viewers have found out who has won Love Island 2021?

Is Aftersun on tonight?

Throughout Love Island 2021, Aftersun, the reality competition’s sister show, has aired on Sunday nights after the main show has aired.

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Laura Whitmore will announce the winners very soon (Picture: Jonathan Hordle/ITV)

The latest episode of Aftersun was shown on Sunday August 22, with Jake and Liberty reuniting following their exit from the villa.

While fans may be hoping the drama of the final will continue with another episode of Aftersun, there will not be another instalment of the spin-off after the winners have been crowned.

The Love Island final is airing tonight on ITV2, followed by an episode of Family Guy.

A reunion episode, which will air later on in the year, will see the islanders of the 2021 series come back together.

What time is the Love Island final?

The grand finale begins at 9pm tonight, Monday August 23, and will finish at 10.35pm.

Where can you watch the Love Island final?

You can watch the final on ITV2 or stream it live on the ITV Hub.

The show will be available to watch on the ITV Hub after it has finished airing.

What are the latest Love Island odds?

On the day of the final, Betfair placed Millie and Liam as the frontrunners, with odds of 8/13.

Chloe and Toby were predicted as coming second with odds of 13/8, with Faye and Teddy and Kaz and Tyler in joint third place with odds of 11/1.

The final of Love Island 2021 airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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