Love Island 2016 Final: What We Know

As Love Island draws to a close for another year (*sob*), we’ve only got one thing on our minds – the final.

So we thought we’d round up all the info we know so far about Monday’s Love Island 2016 finale. Tissues at the ready, people!

When is the Love Island final?

Monday 11th July at 9pm on ITV2. The one-off final will last for 90 minutes, and will kick off with a reminder of the best bits of the series. Caroline Flack will host, LIVE, Aw. It’s going to get emosh.

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> Caroline Flack will be hosting the live 90 minute Love Island final special


How many couples will be in the Love Island final?

We’ve heard that four couples will take part in the grand finale, with three being voted off throughout the finale show – and we’ve got the odds on who’s favourite to win. So far, Scott and Kady are leading the way with 4/1 odds. Next, Nathan and Cata (5/1), then Olivia and Alex (8/1). (Thanks, Ladbrokes). But who’s got your vote?!

Who decids who wins?

Viewers will be able to vote for their favourite couple using the new Love Island app.

> Olivia and Alex are tipped third most likely to win the Love Island final…


What’s the prize?

£50,000. If you remember, last year, the winning couple had to vote for either ‘love’ or ‘money’. If both voted for love, they split the cash prize equally. But if one voted for ‘money’ and the other ‘love’, then the first person scooped the £50,000 prize for themselves. Ooh, harsh. Could there be a similar formula this year? We’ve been told the producers are still deciding what dilemma to give the winning couple… We can’t wait to find out what they pick.

Will there be any surprises?

Well, we have a sneaky feeling we might be seeing a few familiar faces in the Love Island finale… Tom Powell let slip that the former Islanders have all been ask to ‘keep the week free, just in case’. Ooh! ‘I hope something really big happens in the finale. It’s got to end on a bombshell hasn’t it’, he said. ‘I would love it if all the exes came back.’

Read: Love Island’s Sophie Finally Admits She *Was* Playing A Game…

> Will Kady and Scott be sharing that £50,000 prize money?


‘Every time we think something is going to happen, we try and guess what the producers are going to do but they come up with something new’, he added. ‘We can’t guess anything. They’re keeping me on my toes too.’ Could the exes be coming back to cast their vote? We just can’t wait.

Basically, drama is INEVITABLE.

> Four couples will be in the Love Island 2016 final