'Love Island' reunion: When it's on TV and who will be there
Love Island might have left the Mallorca villa for another summer, but it's not quite over for the Islanders yet as this time Laura Whitmore wants to pull them for a chat.
The infamous reunion show is still to come before ITV2 finally calls it a wrap on season eight, with plenty of drama and romance expected to feature.
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Here's all you need to know about the Love Island 2022 reunion episode.
When is the Love Island 2022 reunion?
As ever, Love Island won't officially finish its season until there's been one last debrief on the villa goings on and the romances and rivalries formed.
The Love Island season eight reunion episode is pre-recorded, having been filmed on Thursday, and will air on Sunday, 7 August from 9pm to 10.30pm on ITV2.
Who will be at the Love Island 2022 reunion?
There are of course a few must-shows at the reunion - host Laura Whitmore and winning couple Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti will be key players in the episode.
We can also expect to see runners up Gemma Owen and Luca Bish, as well as third placed couple Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope, and fourth placed Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page.
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The show is known for its large cast, but it will include contestants from throughout the series, with bombshells Coco Lodge, Summer Botwe and Josh Le Grove amongst those who will make an appearance.
Look out for heroes and villains from across the entire series as Laura Whitmore grills them on key moments, recouplings and rows.
What will happen at the Love Island 2022 reunion?
Everyone wants to hear from the winning couple Ekin-Su and Davide, one of the most popular in the show's history, but there are plenty of other issues to discuss, too.
Apparently, viewers can expect to see a blow up between Coco and Summer after Coco's comments that she could have slept with Summer's boyfriend, fellow Islander Josh, if she'd wanted to after they left the show.
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Season eight has been full of controversy - the notorious previous contestant Adam Collard returned, Women's Aid put out a statement warning about his "emotionally abusive" behaviour, and various contestants were accused of misogyny, abuse and bullying.
Jacques O'Neill left the show calling his decision to go on it the worst of his life, Remi Lambert accused Jacques of bullying, and Coco slammed the behaviour of the male islanders for rating her out of 10 and making derogatory remarks about her.
In short, there are no end of issues to rake over in the last episode of the season.
Love Island's reunion airs on Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.
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