A whole new host of faces entered the Love Island villa when the series kicked off at the start of June.
Girls Amber Davies, Montana Brown, Jessica Shears, Camilla Thurlow, Chloe Crowhurst and Olivia Attwood all jetted off to Mallorca in the search of love.
They were soon joined by boys Marcel Somerville, Sam Gowland, Dom Lever, Harley Judge and Kem Cetinay – and later Jonny Mitchell and Chris Hughes.
Though the original contestants were all paired up, swaps soon began to take place as people realised their true feelings.
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So as the drama continues to heat up, here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Love Island final.
When is the Love Island final?
Previous Love Island series have run for seven weeks, meaning this year’s one should conclude during the last weekend of July.
Where can I watch the Love Island final?
Like the series, the final of Love Island will be broadcast on ITV2.
Which contestants are in the Love Island final?
Nobody has left the Love Island villa yet, meaning any of the contestants currently in the house could have a place in the final.
What is the Love Island prize
The winners of Love Island will win a £50,000 cash prize which they can choose to split, or, if one person decided to take it all for themselves – the other will go home empty handed.