WHILE it may seem like Love Island has just begun, the final is closer than you think.
Here is when we predict the final of the ITV2 dating show.
When could the Love Island final be?
Love Island producers and bosses are yet to confirm the exact date of the final.
However, as the series is eight weeks long, we can estimate that the final will air on Monday, August 1, 2022, at 9 pm on ITV2.
Love Island host, Laura Whitmore, will present the live final, with her husband Iain Stirling providing his popular comical commentary.
Ahead of the new series, Laura confirmed that the series would return for eight weeks, shutting down speculation that it was to air for ten weeks this year, she said: “This summer love is ours; every romance, every bromance, every recoupling round the firepit.
“For eight weeks we’re going to own love and it all kicks off tomorrow in a brand new villa.”
Last year’s series, which also ran for eight weeks, saw Liam Reardon and Millie Court win the show on August 23, 2021.
Can you get tickets to go to the Love Island final and how do I get them?
Yes, you can get tickets for the final, but they are not available to apply for just yet.
When they become available, you can register your ticket request using their online form.
Tickets for the Love Island final are free of charge and transport will be covered, but you will have to pay for flights.
You must be over 18 to apply for tickets, and no cameras are allowed on site.
Where is the Love Island final?
The Love Island final takes place live at the villa in Majorca.
The 2022 series relocated to a new villa in the of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar.
The previous villa was located in a remote setting, which was about 30 minutes from the popular resort of Cala d’Or.
The Love Island final will consist of highlights of the couple’s last day in the villa, including a romantic dance, as well as their last dates.
Then Laura will chat to the finalists live from the villa with a live audience.
Once the winning couple are announced, one contestant will win £50,000 and will face the decision of whether they want to split or take the prize money.
Source: The Sun