When is the Love Island 2023 reunion? Date, time and how to watch revealed
15 March 2023, 17:18
Wondering when the Love Island 2023 reunion is on TV? Here are all the details, from where to watch it, to who will be attending.
Host Maya Jama crowned the loved-up duo live in South Africa who were visibly shocked to beat runners-up Ron Hall and Lana Jenkins to the £50k prize fund.
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And fans of the show won't have to wait long for another instalment of romance, drama and gossip as the much-anticipated reunion episode is just around the corner.
So when is the Love Island 2023 reunion? Where can you watch it? And which contestants have made the guest list? Here's all you need to know.
When is the winter Love Island 2023 reunion?
Now the ninth season has come to a close, there's only one thing left to watch – Love Island: The Reunion.
The juicy one-off episode will air from 9pm until 10.35pm on Sunday 19th March, broadcast live from the villa in Cape Town, South Africa.
As usual, the hit special sees all the Islanders from the winter series return for a grilling as host Maya gets the undisclosed gossip from the class of 2023.
Expect confrontations, romantic revelations and a side of awkwardness as exes, friends and foes are brought together for an explosive wrap party.
How to watch the Love Island 2023 reunion
You can watch the drama unfold live on ITV2, or catch-up on streaming service ITVX immediately after the show.
The gang are expected to reflect on their epic journeys during the extended episode and dish the dirt on what viewers didn't get to see behind closed doors.
Fans are also hoping for an update on the final four couples as they settle into life as boyfriend and girlfriend outside the love nest.
Which contestants are returning for the Love Island reunion?
As with every year, the full cast of Love Island 2023 are expected to attend the reunion show along with a glitzy celebrity panel.
From the winners and runners-up, to the bombshells, Casa Amor constants and early dumpees, so far it looks like no-one has declined the invite.
Along with the Islanders, Aftersun regulars Indiyah Polack and Sam Thompson have flown over for the Love Island reunion – and we're sure they're not the only stars turning up for the action.
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