Love Island is drawing to a close, as the islanders are heading out on their final dates.
Thursday’s episode saw Paige and Adam, Indiyah and Dami, and Ekin-Su and Davide head out on their final dates, while Gemma and Luca, and Tasha and Andrew are set to go on theirs during Friday night’s show.
Now, the couples have just days to make the most of villa life before they’ll head out into the real world together.
But when is Love Island final?
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When is the Love Island final?
Love Island began on June 6, and when the show launched, host Laura Whitmore said that it would run for eight weeks.
The show will finish on Monday, August 1, meaning there are just days left for the islanders to confess their feelings and try to win the public’s vote.
Laura Whitmore will be back in the villa to host the final, where the winning couple will be crowned.
The winners will be presented with the grand prize of £50,000–but they must agree to split it equally, or one of them will run off with the entire amount, leaving the other with nothing.
How long are Love Island seasons?
Love Island’s 2021 season ran for eight weeks. However, season six (the winter edition) lasted for six weeks.
Seasons three, four, and five of the ITV show all lasted for eight weeks, while the first two seasons lasted for six weeks.
Casa Amor usually happens around the halfway point and lasts for four or five days, before boys and girls are reunited in a brutal recoupling.
Love Island is on every day at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV hub. Episodes are available the following morning on Britbox. The final episode will air at 9pm-10.35pm on Monday, August 1.