Hey, Love Island fans. We've got some news which is bound to turn your head.
Sadly, (given the ongoing pandemic, and all) the Love Island special shows won't involve actual islanders grafting in the sun.
But, don't fear: ITV have pulled together the next best thing, with a three day schedule packed full of hilarious throwback moments from over the years, and none other than Iain Stirling on hand to offer a voiceover. Yaaaas!
Starting this Wednesday (July 15th), the shows will be titled Love Island: All the Dramz, Love Island: All the Feels and Love Island: All the Lols (ah, we can practically imagine Iain saying them in his sarcastic Scottish accent, now!).
The first episode, Love Island: All the Dramz, will air on Wednesday at 9pm and will - unsurprisingly - look back at some of the most dramatic episodes to air over the years. Think clashes, heartache and ferocious rows...
During the episode, we'll be treated to tonnes of memorable highlights, like Amy and Curtis' awkward split in series five (Throwback to Curtis saying: "I want to be the person that gets up and makes everyone a coffee so they're ready for the morning...").
Also featured will be the moment Kady McDermott and Scott Thomas came to blows following his date with Tina Stinnes in series two.
Oh, and let's not forget Maura Higgins and Tom Walker's row after she overheard him saying: "Let's see if she's all mouth"... (We still cringe thinking about that one now!)
While the arguments are sure to provide some entertaining viewing, former islanders might want to steer clear of Love Island: All the Feels on Thursday, if they're not still with their TV beau.
The episodes will be looking back at all the most romantic moments from the ITV series, and catching up with some of the series' longstanding couples.
We probably don't need to explain this, but the third and final episode, Love Island: All the Lols, will be looking back at some of the comedic highlights from each series of the show.
Featured moments will include Molly-Mae Hague taking a tumble on the decking to Olivia Attwood losing her patience at Chris Hughes as he raps around the villa.
Ah, Love Island. It really has provided some gems, hasn't it?!
Love Island: All the Dramz lands on Wednesday, Love Island: All the Feels lands on Thursday and Love Island: All the Lols lands on Friday - all at 9pm on ITV2.