What Time Does Love Island Finish?
- 1 What time is Love Island finish at?
- 2 What time does Love Island finish 2023?
- 3 Are people watching Love Island 2023?
- 4 How did Love Island end last night 2023?
- 5 Who are favourites to win Love Island?
- 6 How does Love Island work?
- 7 Is Love Island losing popularity?
- 8 Will there be a Love Island 2024?
What time is Love Island finish at?
What time does Love Island finish tonight? – Generally, Love Island episodes finish anywhere from around 10pm to 10:30pm BST, This can vary, though, although most episodes tend to finish at 10:05pm BST. For the grand finale, fans can expect it to conclude at around 10.35pm BST, Article continues after ad
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What time does Love Island finish 2023?
What time is the Love Island 2023 final? – The Love Island 2023 final will air on ITV2 at 9pm. It’s a much longer episode than usual, with the winning couple to be announced by 10:35pm.
What time does Love Island come on tonight?
What is the Love Island USA Season 5 release schedule and episode count? – Love Island USA drops new episodes at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, While we don’t yet know how many episodes there will be in Season 5, we do know that the show’s debut season on Peacock contained 38 episodes.
Episodes 1-8: Tuesday, July 18 to Tuesday, July 25 Episodes 9-14: Thursday, July 26 to Tuesday, August 1 Episodes 15-20: Thursday, August 3 to Tuesday, August 8 Episodes 21-26: Thursday, August 10 to Tuesday, August 15 Episodes 27-32: Thursday, August 17 to Tuesday, August 22 Episodes 33-38: Thursday, August 24 to Tuesday, August 29
And as mentioned above, Saturday night’s installments will likely be what the series calls Unseen Bits, Those episodes include outtakes, funny moments, and weird stuff that didn’t make the cut.
Are people watching Love Island 2023?
Only 1.5 million people tuned in to watch Jess and Sammy crowned champions. Love Island’s 2023 edition was won by Jess and Sammy but less than half of the audience of last year’s final tuned in to watch them be crowned champions.
How did Love Island end last night 2023?
Love Island FINAL 2023: Jess Harding and Sammy Root WIN Published: 22:00 BST, 31 July 2023 | Updated: 08:46 BST, 1 August 2023
- Jess Harding and Sammy Root were crowned winners of Love Island 2023 on Monday night – beating fan favourites Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki to the £50k cash prize.
- After eight weeks of drama, viewers picked the aesthetics practitioner, who was an original islander, and the project manager as their champions.
- The couple, both 25, were speechless when host Maya Jama announced the results during the live final in Majorca.
- Elsewhere, Tyrique Hyde and Ella Thomas placed third in the competition, while Molly Marsh and Zachariah Noble were first out.
- When bombshell Sammy hit the Villa on day four, Jess was excited to get to know him – but the two had a tumultuous journey before becoming boyfriend and girlfriend.
- Jess told Maya before they were revealed as the winners: ‘I feel like the road I have been on is so unexpected, but we’re here now.’
WINNERS: Jess Harding and Sammy Root were crowned winners of Love Island 2023 on Monday night – beating fan favourites Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki to the £50k cash prize Shocked: The couple, both 25, were speechless when host Maya Jama announced the results during the live final in Majorca Journey: After eight weeks of drama, viewers picked the aesthetics practitioner, who was an original islander, and the project manager as their champions Sammy, who told Jess he loved her in his final speech, said: ‘For me, feelings is a big thing and I’m not great at it but at the same time when you’ve got a connection like this you end up going back.’ Jess added: ‘When we got voted least compatible couple, I feel like that was a kick in the teeth, I knew what we had was special.’ Runners-up Lochan and White gushed: ‘They were our winners all along.
We’re over the moon for them.’ After the winners were announced, many viewers took to Twitter to express their shock at the result. One person wrote: ‘WHAT !!! This show is rigged because there’s no way Sammy and Jess actually won over Whitney and Lochan. What kind of bad joke is this!!!’ Someone else shared: ‘How did they win???? Sammy said Jess wasn’t attractive.
They’ve been voted by the public to be in the bottom 3, the least favourite and compatible couple multiple times. Whitney and Lochan have been voted by the public AS THE FAVOURITE COUPLE. And they’ve never been bottom.’ Anothe person joked: ‘Maya I think that was a slip of tongue? What the hell is Jess and Sammy?’ Someone else posted: ‘That was wild! Jess & Sammy had nothing going.
Whit & Lochan we’re solid af & carried this season just to be snubbed by Fiat 500′ While another person tweeted: ‘Sammy and Jess winners!!?? Wtf They were never even in the competition It was always Whitney and Lochan or Ty and Ella What the freaking hell.’ ‘No way ppl actually voted Jess & Sammygagged me,’ shared another viewer.
Another show fan posted: ‘I don’t think I’d even be this mad if it was Zach and Molly. But Sammy and Jess???what was the reason.’ Second place: They beat fan favourites Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki to the £50k cash prize Jess told Maya before they were revealed as the winners: ‘I feel like the road I have been on is so unexpected, but we’re here now’ Sammy, who told Jess he loved her in his final speech, said: ‘For me, feelings is a big thing and I’m not great at it but at the same time when you’ve got a connection like this you end up going back.’ Runners-up Lochan and White gushed: ‘They were our winners all along.
- We’re over the moon for them.’ Thrilled: The islanders rushed over to congratulate the winners Love Island viewers were astounded as Tyrique and Ella finished in third place during the series final, with some fans even claiming the vote was ‘rigged’.
- Speaking to host Maya after being announced as this years third place, Tyrique said: ‘It’s time to move in together now! We are ready for life on the outside!’ Ella added: ‘I am willing to move to London for him!’ Elsewhere in an interview with Maya, Molly admitted: ‘I didn’t expect to be official now, I expected it on the outside’ Zach explained: ‘We are to take it how it comes, we have some dates planned.
Just taking it day by day.
- Sammy and Jess join series nine winners Kai Fagan, 24, and Sanam Harrinanan, 24, who made history with their win as the first time a Casa Amor bombshell has been victorious.
- Before Maya announced the first couple who missed out on winning the show, footage aired of the last day in the villa.
- The remaining four couples poured their hearts out to one another in romantic declarations of love.
- The villa was home to a summer ball ahead of one couple being crowned the joint winners of the show and taking home a £50k prize fund.
The Islanders were relaxing as Tyrique received a text which read: ‘Islanders. Tonight you will attend the Love Island ball but before that boys it’s time to spruce up please get ready to leave the Villa. #LookingSharp #FreshFaced’ Shocked: After the winners were announced, many viewers took to Twitter to express their shock at the result Opinion: After the winners were announced, many viewers took to Twitter to express their shock at the result The boys then head out of the villa to get ready for the evening ahead.
- Lochan asks Tyrique: ‘We’ve obviously got the ball later where we have to open up about our feelings.
- Are you nervous? Are you excited?’ Tyrique says: ‘I am a little bit nervous but I feel like I’ve got a lot of things I want to say and I just want to deliver it in the right way.’ Back at the Villa, the girls head out to the garden for a spa day.
Jess asks the girls: ‘What’s everyone thinking of writing in their declarations?’ Whitney says: ‘You’ll find out when I say it!’ Jess says: ‘Girls, I think I’m going to surprise myself.’ The boys and girls then sit down to pen their declarations of love.
Later that evening, it’s time for the Love Island ball. Suited and booted, the boys eagerly await the arrival of the girls. One by one the girls make their entrance before all the Islanders raise their glasses and Zach says: ‘Cheers to our experience and finding love!’ It’s now time for the couples to give their declarations of love, and up first is Tyrique and Ella.
Ella tells Tyrique: ‘From the boy I met on day one to the man you are today, I’ve seen you change and grow so much – just for me.’ Tyrique tells Ella: ‘Coming into this I was scared to fall in love. You’ve shown me it’s cool to open up about my emotions and it’s cool to be vulnerable.
And being in love is the best feeling ever. ‘It was you taught me. My first love, my first girlfriend and I sure as hell hope you’re my last. When I’m with you I feel like I’m flying.’ Third place: Tyrique Hyde and Ella Thomas finished in third place during the Love Island 2023 final on Monday Fix? Some fans even claiming the vote was ‘rigged’, with many insisting they should have finished runners-up Fourth place: Molly Marsh and Zachariah Noble finished in fourth place during the Love Island 2023 final Elsewhere in an interview with Maya, Molly admitted: ‘I didn’t expect to be official now, I expected it on the outside’ Finalists: Tyrique Hyde, Ella Thomas, Jess Harding, Sammy Root, Zachariah Noble, Molly Marsh, Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki were revealed to be the finalists in Sunday’s episode Final: Before Maya announced the first couple who missed out on winning the show, footage aired of the last day in the villa Next to make their declarations of love is Jess and Sammy.
Jess tells Sammy: ‘Who would have thought I would be standing here confessing my feelings to my actual boyfriend. Knowing how much it takes for you to get strong feelings screams to me how serious and genuine our connection is.’ Sammy tells Jess: ‘It took some time at the beginning of my journey to realise what I was risking but when I saw you walking towards the fire pit on your own after Casa, I instantly knew that you were all that I wanted – my wandering eye turned into my eye for Jess.’ ‘No matter what happens if something is meant to be it will be, which only leaves me to say Jess I love you.’ Now it’s time for Molly and Zach to make their declarations of love, with Molly beginning: ‘I’m really looking forward to life outside the Villa together and calling you mine.
- Zach says: ‘I’m now at a point where I find myself daydreaming about the things and adventures I want to do with you – showing you off to my boys, spoiling you, protecting you and loving you.
- ‘I can’t wait to do life with me, I lost you once and I won’t lose you twice so what you saying, do you want to be my girlfriend?’
- Finally it’s Whitney and Lochan’s turn to read their declarations of love to one another.
Feelings: The Love Island finalists shared declarations of affection as the series came to a conclusion Suited and booted: The villa will be home to a summer ball ahead of one couple being crowned the joint winners of the show and taking home a £50k prize fund Sweet: It’s now time for the couples to give their declarations of love, and up first is Tyrique and Ella Final countdown: Having all made their declarations of love, the Islanders dance the night away as their Love Island journey comes to an end Whitney says: ‘You ask me if I am happy everyday.
- Lochan says: ‘I want to continue making you happy, growing together, laughing together which is why I can confidently say that I don’t see a future with anyone else on the outside and I can’t wait for our next chapter.’
- Having all made their declarations of love, the Islanders dance the night away as their Love Island journey comes to an end.
- Love Island fans praised producers for keeping the opening to the final short and sweet as the Islanders made their way into the villa live on television on Monday.
- The final four couples cut glamorous figures as they made their way into the garden of the villa ahead of the winner of the series being announced.
- And the last remaining contestants were on camera for just a few seconds before host Maya Jama stepped in to get the final moving.
- Taking to Twitter, viewers said they were delighted to have not been made to sit through a long entry montage, with others revealing who they wanted to triumph.
One person wrote: ‘Huh, the opening sequence wasn’t anywhere near as painful as previous ones have been. Are the producers finally reading our tweets?’ Day out: The Islanders are relaxing as Tyrique receives a text which reads: ‘Islanders. Tonight you will attend the Love Island ball but before that boys it’s time to spruce up please get ready to leave the Villa.
- Maya turned out all the stops to host the Love Island grand final on Monday night.
- The presenter, 28, looked nothing short of sensational as she slipped into a plunging black lace dress.
- Her outfit boasted a plunging neckline to show off her ample cleavage and a daringly high slit that left her long legs on full display.
- She added a black belt around her middle to cinch her in at her svelte waist and a giant gold cross necklace.
- Maya added an extra few inches of height to her frame with a pair of black strappy high heels.
- It comes after Mitchel Taylor and Ella Barnes became the final pair to be dumped during Sunday’s episode of the show ahead of Monday’s series final.
- The moment came after the five remaining couples were asked to vote for pair who they thought were the least compatible as they enjoyed their last dates outside the villa earlier this week.
- After heading into the villa, host Maya Jama, 28, revealed Ella B and Mitchel had received a total of four votes, while Whitney and Lochan got one, meaning both couples went went head-to-head.
- Delivering the news, Maya said: ‘The couple the public have chosen to save is Whitney and Lochan which means Ella B and Mitchel, your time on Love Island has come to an end, it’s time to say your goodbyes.
- ‘The rest of you, congratulations, you have made your way to the final.’
- During their dates earlier this week, Ella and Tyrique, Jess and Sammy, Molly and Zachariah, and Whitney and Lochan all chose Ella B and Mitchel as the least compatible pair.
Lovestruck: The Islanders cut glamorous figures as they made their way into the garden of the villa ahead of the winner of the series being announced (Jess and Sammy pictured) Incredible: Maya Jama turned out all the stops to host the Love Island grand final on Monday night Looking good: Her outfit boasted a plunging neckline to show off her ample cleavage and a daringly high slit that left her long legs on full display Only Mitch and Ella B voted for Whitney and Lochan, meaning they went up against them in the public vote.
- After Maya delivered the news of Mitchel and Ella B’s departure, the rest of the group looked solemn as they hugged them both.
- Ella B said: ‘To be honest, it was expected.
- I feel like out of all the couples we haven’t had the longest of times.’ Mitchel added: ‘Could have read the room, I could see this coming from a mile away.
Everyone’s in love, in relationships and we’ve been good for two weeks.’
- AGE: 24
- FROM: Essex
- OCCUPATION: Footballer
WHAT WILL YOU BRING TO THE VILLA? I’ll bring vibes, confidence, good energy and honesty. I don’t sit on the fence, if I have an opinion I will speak up. I’m also not afraid to go after what I want
- CLAIM T0 FAME? Toby Aromolaran is one of my best friends, we grew up together and were in the same class at school
- AGE: 23
- FROM: Glasgow
- OCCUPATION: Model
WHAT’S YOUR CLAIM TO FAME? I’ve been in a Headie One and Burna Burna Boy music video and I was once an extra in World War Z. I was 12 years old when I filmed it and got to meet Brad Pitt which was cool. WHY SHOULD SOMEBODY DATE YOU? I’m the whole package, I know what I want in life and I’ve got a big heart.
- AGE: 22
- FROM: London
- OCCUPATION: Aesthetics Practitioner
WHY ARE YOU SINGLE? Because every boy is giving me the ick at the moment. I feel like it’s fate because I’m saving myself for Mr Right in the Villa! WHAT GIVES YOU THE ICK? When a guy stunts for money, that’s an ick. Showing off all their designer clothes because most of the time they’re probably fake anyway! Another one is when a boy runs for the train and the train goes without him.
- NAME: Sammy Root
- AGE: 22
- FROM: Kent
- OCCUPATION: Project Manager
- WHAT WILL YOU BRING TO THE VILLA? I’ll be the energy in the villa, lots of guys have pretty faces and nice bodies, which I have too, but I’ve also got the bubbly personality, I’m a bit of a firework
HOW WOULD FRIENDS/FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? Funny, bubbly and good to be around. I’m a bit cheeky too.’
- NAME: Zachariah Noble
- AGE : 25
- FROM: South East London
- OCCUPATION: Personal trainer and basketball player
WHAT WILL YOU BRING TO THE VILLA? I’m a very chilled out guy and I’m completely myself 100% of the time. I’m quite straightforward and never struggle making friends, I like to look after people. WHAT GIVES YOU THE ICK? I’ve got two and they’re both really stupid; Bad handwriting – I’ve got terrible handwriting so they’d need to have better handwriting than me and twerking, I really don’t like twerking!
- AGE: 21
- FROM: Doncaster
- OCCUPATION: Musical Theatre Performer and Social Media Creator
WHY LOVE ISLAND? I think it’s ideal timing and the perfect way to find someone. I don’t go out and party and I don’t use dating apps, I’m actually quite old-fashioned, so there’s no better way to meet someone than by going into a Villa in the sun with the potential ‘one’ in there.
- AGE : 25
- FROM: London
- OCCUPATION: Entrepreneur
WHAT WILL YOU BRING TO THE VILLA? Good vibes, I can be really silly and funny but I can also get deep. It depends on the person and the situation but I am a very adaptable person, I know how to read the room. DO YOU FALL IN LOVE QUICKLY? Real love, no.
- NAME: Lochan Nowacki
- AGE: 25
- FROM: Windsor
- OCCUPATION: Account Manager
WHY ARE YOU EXCITED TO GO INTO CASA AMOR? I feel like I’m excited because a lot of the people in relationships aren’t fully secure. I know the type of person I am as well, so I feel like I can turn heads. I’m not going to be disrespectful and I’m proud of my morals as a person.
I’m confident that I can go in and not necessarily stir it up, but open the ladies’ eyes to what could be a better couple. HOW DO YOU PLAN ON TURNING PEOPLE’S HEADS? I have a top three in my mind already, so I’ll probably be pulling them for chats quite quickly and letting them know they’re the top three people I want to speak to.
But I’m confident I’m a people person, I’m not going in there to act any differently to how I am with my own friends. I back myself that people will see that and see my good looks and bish, bash, bosh. : Love Island FINAL 2023: Jess Harding and Sammy Root WIN
Who are favourites to win Love Island?
© PA After eight weeks of ups and downs in the Love Island villa, series 10 is set to come to an end – and it looks to be Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki’s to lose on UK betting sites, The pair have been odds-on Love Island favourites to win this season and the £50,000 prize for days now, despite not officially being boyfriend and girlfriend. Established 2001 #ad.18+. Gamble Responsibly. Begambleaware.org,18+. New Customers only. Bet £10* & Get £30* in Free Bets. Sign up, deposit between £5* and £10* to your account and bet365 will give you three times that value in Free Bets when you place qualifying bets to the same value and they are settled.
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Love Island host Maya Jama returned to the villa for Sunday night’s episode, which saw day one original Mitchel Taylor and Ella Barnes dumped from the Island, Maya will be back for the final on Monday evening when the Love Island series 10 winners will be crowned – but who will do enough to win the public vote?
What time is Love Island on 1?
What time does Love Island start? – Love Island is on TV every weeknight and Sundays at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX. If you’re too late, you can always catch up on ITV2+1. All episodes will also be available to catch up on via ITVX online. Similarly to previous seasons, Love Island will be on TV every night apart from Saturdays, where instead a special ‘Unseen Bits’ episode will air in its place. The cast of Love Island season 9. Picture: ITV2
How does Love Island work?
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Love Island is a dating reality show that originated in the in 2005 as, Created by, it has spawned a in 2015 as well as several international versions. The show features a group of “single” contestants, known as “islanders” who are sourced from agencies, and live together in a specially constructed villa that is isolated from the outside world, in an attempt to “find love”.
- The islanders are continuously monitored during their stay in the house by live television cameras as well as personal audio microphones.
- Throughout the series, the contestants “couple up” to avoid being dumped from the villa.
- Additionally, the public will vote for their favourite islanders to stay in the villa at points in the series.
As old islanders are dumped, new islanders enter the villa. At the end of the season, the public vote one final time to determine the winning couple.
Is Love Island losing popularity?
Image source, ITV/Shutterstock Image caption, Maya Jama is hosting her first summer series of Love Island The return of Love Island was watched live on ITV2 by 1.3 million viewers on Monday, overnight ratings show – a million down on this time last year.
- The 2022 summer series opener had an average TV audience of 2.4 million, while four years ago the launch episode attracted 3.3 million.
- The decline comes amid suggestions that the dating show has lost some appeal.
- ITV said Monday’s ratings rose to 1.7 million when streaming figures from ITVX were included.
Love Island was the second most-watched programme in its time slot and attracted the biggest audience of the day among 16 to 34-year-old viewers, the broadcaster noted. Fans saw a number of changes to years gone by, with the new islanders surprised as the boys and girls arrived at the same time.
- Producers are obviously thinking Love Island fatigue is in danger of creeping in, so there was a ‘cheeky little twist’ in the opening episode,” The Sun’s TV critic Hannah Verdier wrote,
- Furthermore, the public had already voted for the initial pairings as series 10 got under way in Mallorca, overseen by presenter Maya Jama.
The girls were dared to reveal if they were unhappy with their partners, and producers also kept the new contestants on their toes by revealing the first bombshell. Love Island faces competition from a newer crop of rivals like BBC Three’s I Kissed a Boy, the UK’s first gay dating show.
Is Love Island 2023 finish?
Where to watch Love Island – You can watch Love Island every night at 9pm BST on ITV2, and can watch the episodes on catch-up on Sign up for your free Dexerto account and receive: Ad-lite Mode | Dark Mode | Deals in gaming, TV and Movies, and tech For viewers outside the UK, you’re still able to watch the show, and you can prepare for the June 5 premiere by downloading a VPN, such as,
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Will there be a Love Island 2024?
Image source, Getty Images Image caption, It’s not yet been confirmed if host Maya Jama will also be presenting All Stars Love Islanders from the past will get another chance at romance in a new “All Stars” edition, ITV has said. After months of rumours, the broadcaster confirmed its plan to bring back familiar faces to the villa in South Africa.
The cast of past contestants – yet to be announced – will attempt to couple up when the series debuts next year. Ratings of the reality show, now hosted by Maya Jama, have seen a steady drop since its launch in 2015. The recent summer series in Majorca – won by Sammy Root and Jess Hardin – attracted 1.3m viewers for its first episode – more than a million down on the previous year.
Love Island has faced competition from a crop of new rivals like BBC Three’s I Kissed a Boy, the UK’s first gay dating show. It’s also had to bring in various new measures in response to scrutiny of contestant care after the deaths of two former islanders.
- Most recently, ITV updated its duty of care protocols and implemented a ban on friends and families using contestant’s social media accounts while they’re on the show.
- It said this was to “protect both the Islanders and their families from the adverse effects of social media”.
- Image source, Getty Images Image caption, Sammy and Jess won the most recent series The show has also been criticised for portraying “misogynistic and controlling behaviour” by domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid.
Producers have also been praised for efforts to make the show more inclusive. For its most recent season contestants provided audio descriptions of their appearance and outfits for visually impaired fans. All Stars won’t be the first trip to the luxurious South African villa – the show went to the country in 2020 for its first-ever winter series.
- It’s set to be a must-watch series seeing favourite islanders from across the years heading back to the stunning South African villa,” said Mike Spencer, creative director at production company Lifted Entertainment.
- Love Island, which airs on ITV2 and via ITVX in the UK, has been reproduced all over the world, including hit versions in the US and Australia.
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How long is Love Island 2023 episodes?
When is Love Island starting? – Good news for Love Island fans! Love Island begins on Monday, June 5th at 9pm. As with every series, the first episode of the new series will be a lengthy 90 minutes, while every other episode will be one hour. The programme will be shown on ITV2 and ITVX (formerly ITV Hub). The main episodes air every night except Saturdays and are all slated to start at 9pm.