How long is Love Island 2023 on for and when does it finish?
6 July 2023, 14:05 | Updated: 6 July 2023, 15:32
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When is the final of Love Island and what day is the last episode? Here's when the summer series finishes.
Love Island 2023 is coming to end and the remaining couples are all in with a chance of winning that life changing £50,000 in the final.
With the summer version being full of fireworks, from Molly Marsh's Casa Amor return to Kady McDermott's shock entrance, this series has never been short of drama and the upcoming final looks sure to deliver.
There's only weeks left for islanders to win over the public in their couples after they've enjoyed a long summer in the Mallorca villa getting to know one another.
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So, when does Love Island 2023 finish and what day is the final? Here’s everything you need to know.
How long is summer Love Island 2023 on for?
Love Island, the summer edition, kicked off on June 5th, 2023, and typically lasts around eight weeks - that's two whole months of bombshells, dating, cringey challenges and shock dumpings.
During those eight weeks, the contestants typically couple up in order to find Mr or Mrs Right, anyone left single is either dumped from the island or left in a vulnerable position.
Famous episodes for viewers include Casa Amor, Heart Rate challenge, meet the family and the ever-popular parent and baby task.
Zach and Molly have reunion kiss on Love Island
When is the Love Island 2023 final?
The final of Love Island 2023 has yet to be confirmed but as the show typically lasts around eight weeks, you can pencil it into your diary for Monday 31st July.
Final night will see the remaining couples face the public vote with fourth, third, second and first place being rewarded.
The last episode typically features the last pairings having a very sentimental day in the villa which includes speeches, declarations of love and a traditional Spanish dance.
The show's history has also shown this to be the best moment the whole villa jump in the pool.
The winning couple will then be given an envelope each, one with the £50,000 prize money and one without.
Whoever gets the prize money will then have to decide whether they want to share it with their couple or steal it for themselves.
You can watch new episodes of Love Island every night on ITV2 at 9pm, except Saturday when Love island: Unseen Bits airs. You can also catch up on ITVX.