Love Island final, time and where to watch

The Love Island final is around the corner and fans will soon find out who is to be crowned this year’s Love Island winners.

The famous final episode will show the winning couple decide whether to split the prize of £50,000 or steal it from each other.

For the past couple of weeks we’ve watched as couples become official, others break up and some re-couple.

A lot has happened on this year’s hit ITV show – and fans will be sad to see the back of the series icons – including Liberty, Jake, Toby and Faye to name a few.

When is the final?

The live final will take place on Monday 23 August.

Presenter Laura Whitmore will announce the winners from 9pm.

In the past, the final usually involves a Love Island prom where all remaining islanders dress up, learn a dance routine and write speeches for each other.

Meanwhile the public will get the chance to vote for their favourite couple on the Love Island app.

ITV2 will also air an extra show – ‘Unseen Bit’s’ for after-party gossip once the final has finished.

Where to watch it?

The final will start at 9 pm, airing live from the sunny island of Majorca.

It is expected to be around 90 minutes long, providing us with our final fix of this year’s Love Island contestants.

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It will be available to watch live on ITV2 or on ITV hub.

Who will be in the final?

It’s hard to predict who will be in this year’s final – as we’ve seen this year, anything can happen.

Jake Cornish and Liberty Poole were one of the strongest couples throughout the series until recently when they appeared to be going through some rocky areas.

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New favourites Toby Aromolaran and Chloe Burrows have also had a rough journey throughout the series together, having broken up previously.

The pair seem to be going strong at the moment, and it's likely the'll reach the final.

Millie Court and Liam Reardon are also in the running to be winners, as they have built a strong relationship despite earlier cheating problems.

The other remaining couples are: Faye Winter and Teddy Soares, Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank, and Mary Bedford and Aaron Simpson.

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