Love Island 2023 is over, and the competitors have returned home after over two months of recouplings, drama, dumpings, challenges, and, of course, romance.
Sammy Root and Jess Harding were declared series champions this summer, beating out fan favourites Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki, who many fans thought would win.
But it’s not quite time to say goodbye to the villa just yet, because we have one more Love Island classic to look forward to: the reunion episode.
When and where can you watch the Love Island reunion?
When is the Love Island reunion?
ITV2 will broadcast Love Island: The Reunion on Sunday, August 6 at 9 p.m.
The programme will last one hour and 35 minutes, giving plenty of opportunity for villa gossip to be revealed.
If you miss it, you may catch up on the episode on the ITV Hub.
Maya Jama will host the reunion programme, as she does the regular season, with former islander Indiyah Polack and Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson also appearing.
The show will follow the islanders’ activities once their time in the villa ended, as well as if love is still in the air for those who emerged from the show as a pair.
All eyes are on Catherine Agbaje and Scott van der Sluis, who were dating in the villa before she met Elom Ahlijah-Wilson at Casa Amor.
Catherine and Elom have since divorced, and there have been speculations of a possible reunion with Scott, who left the show in a friendship pair with Abi Moores.
Addressing the speculation over a potential date, Scott said: ‘At the moment we get on as friends really well.
‘There’s nothing different to that at the moment. I don’t know about a date just yet. I was sort of over that situation in the villa.’
When does Love Island return?
As of yet, no winter season of the programme has been announced for 2024.
The regular winter season, however, may be replaced with a ‘all-stars’ edition of the programme, with single previous islanders invited back to take part.
‘The winter series of Love Island has been axed for a second time… viewers just aren’t interested in watching the show twice a year,’ a source claimed.
They continued to MailOnline: ‘It will be replaced by a brand new All Stars series, which will feature former Islanders who are still looking for love.’
According to the tabloid, the all-stars series would supposedly be filmed in South Africa, with casting producers looking for former Love Island stars who are single to sign up.
If you’re keen to be a part of the 2024 series, here’s how you can apply.
Source My Celebrity Life.