A week has passed since the Love Island final, and we’re all missing the programme. Everything from Hugo’s speech to Teddy’s incident to Faye and Teddy’s disaster kept us on our toes for eight weeks.
Thank goodness we won’t be seeing them for the rest of our lives, as ITV has promised us an official Love Island reunion. All 37 candidates are anticipated to make their big comeback to our screens on Sunday, September 5th, so mark that date in your calendars.
In the studio, Laura Whitmore is hosting them all. In addition, Liberty and Jake will be reunited after their on-screen breakup. Liam and Tyler will have to encounter Lillie and Clarrise again, and the awkwardness will be too much for them to handle. At the same time, Aaron and Mary’s relationship will be examined in depth.
Our Instagram stories allowed us to follow the couples’ reunion this week, but we’ll now be able to hear about their romantic adventures and see if there have been any surprise pairings.
You don’t have to worry if things get tense since Iain Stirling and his wife will be on hand to calm everyone down. Iain Stirling, Laura Whitmore, and all 37 participants from the series will join Laura Whitmore in the studio to reflect on the most dramatic events from the villa and answer all major questions.
There were 2.8 million viewers for the final episode of Love Island 2021. Despite this, the show’s ITV chief Kevin Lygo believes it has
Ahead of this year’s Edinburgh TV Festival, he addressed the audience: “I do not believe it has peaked. I believe this is a pattern that you see when new programmes come along and become big phenomenons.”
“We have many more seasons to go, and I think the producers have been challenged to spice it up and make it as fresh as they can despite the epidemic. So let’s give them some credit for that. They managed to put on a show every night,” he added.
Has romance been revived, what happened when the cameras stopped running, and who has been secretly hooking up?” Virgin Media One will broadcast the Love Island reunion on Sunday at 9 p.m.