After an incredible eight weeks of watching Love Island’s sexy singletons find romance in the Majorcan sunshine, the cast and all its crew headed back to Britain after its incredible finale on August 23.
Viewers were overjoyed that ITV bosses decided to produce one extra-special episode, promising explosive drama in its Love Island: The Reunion episode.
From Teddy Soares and Faye Winter’s explosive fallouts – which ended up with the pair making their relationship official – to Liberty Poole and Kaz Kamwi’s enviable friendship, we’ve been hooked this year, and can’t wait to see more.
Laura Whitmore will return to present the reunion episode, which shows exactly what all of the Love Island stars have gotten up to since their departure from the Spanish villa.
Here’s all you need to know about Love Island: The Reunion
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When is Love Island 2021’s reunion episode on TV and where can you watch it?
Love Island fans don’t have long to wait as the reunion episode will air TONIGHT at 9pm.
On Sunday, September 5, host Laura Whitmore will welcome back the islanders for the first time since the show ended in August.
Some seriously juicy drama is set to air, with unsettled romances, beef since leaving the villa, and exciting new job prospects all on the horizon for tonight’s episode.
Anyone who has Sky, Freeview, BT TV or Virgin Media can tune in to ITV2 for the episode at 9pm, and it’ll be an hour and a half long.
However, those without a telly needn’t worry, as you can also catch the show live, or on catch-up on the ITV Hub.
Which contestants will be in the Love Island reunion episode?
Some might expect only the fan favourites to return, but nope – lucky fans will be treated to the return of all 34 contestants.
We’re not sure how Laura will manage to squeeze in a chat with every single one of them, but we can’t wait to find out.
Liberty and Jake Cornish, who initially looked set to leave the villa as a couple, will come face to face for the first time following their breakup, and both Casa Amor’s Lillie Haynes and Clarisse Juliette will also be in the building, which will undoubtedly make life uncomfortable for both Liam Reardon and Tyler Cruickshank.
Plus, we’ll find out how the rest of the couples are faring, if there have been any unexpected romantic rendezvous and what really happened when the cameras stopped rolling.
The voice of Love Island himself, Iain Stirling, will also be on hand to provide some light relief, and if that doesn’t work, they could always ask Millie to whack out her keyboard for an encore of her talent show performance.
Love Island: The Reunion airs on Sunday, September 5 at 9pm on ITV2.
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