Love Island is an essential summer staple, with viewers tuning in every season to keep up with all the latest gossip, dramatic dumpings and shock recouplings.
Series seven of the hit ITV2 dating show has been no different, bringing some all new twists and turns as a fresh batch of sexy singletons look for love after over a year of coronavirus restrictions put a dampener on dating.
Now, with the fifth week of Love Island well underway and the boys’ explosive trip to Casa Amor over and done with, all eyes will soon turn to the grand finale.
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But when is the Love Island 2021 final and what prize is on offer for the winning couple?
When is the Love Island final 2021?
The date for the Love Island 2021 final has yet to be officially announced, however eagle eyed fans might have noticed that ITV2 have actually accidentally let slip the date already.
A recent competition giving viewers the chance to win a seat at the exclusive Love Island final viewing party made it clear that the event would be taking place on Monday, August 23, eight weeks to the day since the original eleven contestants entered the Majorcan villa on June 28.
What is the Love Island prize?
The general public will once again decide who gets to be crowned winners of Love Island by voting for their favourite couple.
As in previous years, there’s a prize pot of £50,000 up for grabs, with one Islander from the winning couple given the choice between splitting the money with their partner or keeping it all for themselves.
Who hosts Love Island 2021?
Laura Whitmore took over presenting duties from Caroline Flack in 2020, and is back presenting the hit dating reality show and its weekly Sunday night chat show, Love Island: Aftersun for her second year.
She is joined by her husband Iain Stirling, who is once again adding some humour to proceedings with his brutal nicknames and sassy narration.
Love Island continues on ITV2 tonight at 9pm