Everything you need to know about the Love Island 2021 final

Get ready to hear “I’ve got a text”, as the Love Island singletons will finally be entering the villa for the first time on Monday.

The popular series, which sees singles looking for romance and a chance to win a £50,000 cash prize, is returning to our screens next week.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, last year's summer series in the iconic villa in Majorca was cancelled.

But this year it will make its triumphant return, with a line-up of 11 contestants ready to couple up, put all their eggs in one basket and desperately try not to get dumped.

The villa will be in its own “Covid-secure set” to guarantee the safety of both contestants and crew members.

The islanders are thought to have flown out to the beautiful island of Majorca on June 20, and they will quarantine before entering the villa.

The show usually starts at the beginning of June for eight weeks but due to current restrictions, the show is starting slightly later.

When is the Love Island final?

However, despite the later start the show is still intended to run for the full eight weeks, as usual, ready to take over our evenings entertainment.

As we watch re-couplings take place, friendships unfold and build, tasks are taken on, Islanders entering the villa and others leaving, we’ll get down to the final couples.

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The final is expected to take place on or around Monday August 23, although nothing has yet been confirmed.

This is eight weeks after the Islanders first enter the villa which is the usual time for the show to end, and when we will see the final couple crowned as the winners.

The first 11 Love Island contestants have been announced, including the first disabled contestant Hugo Hammond, civil servant, Sharon Gaffka and fashion blogger, Kaz Kamwi.

With the first 11 Islanders confirmed there’s already going to be some drama as they enter and couple up, leaving one singleton without a couple on the first night.

The show will be hosted by Laura Whitmore who was also the host for the winter edition in 2020.

Joining her for the seventh series of Love Island will be husband, and iconic narrator of the show, Iain Stirling.

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Get ready for his hilarious comments, teases and jokes he sends our way through the Islanders journey, a position he’s held on the show since 2015.

Love Island returns on June 28, and will be available to watch on ITV2 or ITV hub at 9pm.

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