The stars of Love Island 2021 will be brought back together for a special episode to look back at their time in the villa this summer.
This year’s winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon are going to be joined by all of the islanders – bombshell and otherwise – for the reunion to get the goss on what really went down behind the scenes.
Fans should expect to see the likes of Jake Cornish and Liberty Poole, her BFF Kaz Kamwi and her man Tyler Cruickshank, and controversial coupling Faye Winter and Teddy Soares having a good old catch up nearly two weeks on from the live final.
So who is still together? Who has split? Have any new romances been kindled? Is Hugo Hammond still moving mad?
Here’s when you can see all the 2021 islanders back together.
What time is the Love Island reunion tonight?
It all kicks off tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and is also available to stream on ITV Hub.
The September air date was announced by host Laura in the closing seconds of the final.
As the four remaining couples hugged it out, she said: ‘Join me on Sunday 5th September for Love Island: The Reunion.’ So there you have it!
Fans of the show will remember previous reunions can be pretty explosive as old scores are settled and new romances heat up.
It will be the first reunion special since 2019 as it was dropped for the winter series in 2020. And that was before the pandemic, by the way.
The 2018 Christmas reunion famously aired after that year’s winners, Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer, temporarily split before the episode went out.
Love Island The Reunion airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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