LOVE Island's explosive reunion show will hit our screens in a matter of days.
It is sure to fill the Love Island hole in our hearts and will see the contestants grilled on their relationships by presenter Laura Whitmore.
When is Love Island: The Reunion?
The Love Island reunion show will air on Sunday, September 5 on ITV2.
Laura Whitmore made the announcement at the end of Love Island's Aftersun show on Sunday, September 22.
It will be the first chance for the contestants to see each other after what's been an explosive season of the reality TV show.
2019's reunion episode featured plenty of awkward confrontations and exes coming face to face – and no doubts fans will be looking forward to similar fireworks this year.
Islanders are also often asked to address public rumours and theories, meaning Hugo could face a grilling from presenter Laura Whitmore over his alleged crush on Toby's partner Chloe.
The PE teacher could also be forced to reunite with ex Amy Day, who he publicly feuded with on Aftersun.
Fans will also get a chance to catch up on the lives of some dumped islanders, so it's likely we'll get to see what even the briefest former islanders, such as Georgia and Chuggs, have been up to since their appearances.
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Which contestants from 2021 will attend?
It's likely all the contestants from 2021 will feature in the reunion show.
However, it's not clear if any stars from prior seasons will attend the reunion to give their take on the season's drama and conflict.
However, plenty of 2019 stars have appeared on Love Island: Aftersun this year, so it's likely that, if asked, they'd be happy to return to the show.
Fans of Molly-Mae Hague, however, probably shouldn't hold their breath as she said in a recent YouTube video that she was hoping to "distance" herself from the show.
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