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Two weeks have gone by since Millie Court and Liam Reardon were crowned the winners of Love Island 2021 and we bid farewell to the villa until next summer.
In the days since the series wrapped, lots has unfolded in the the real world, with Islanders going on dates, reacting to their scenes and revealing nuggets of gossip we didn't see during the show.
Luckily for us ITV2 is set to air a Love Island reunion on Sunday night - and it's sure to be must see TV.
Host Laura Whitmore will welcome back all 37 Islanders for the first time since the show wrapped.
This includes Liam's former flame Lillie Haynes who famously confronted Liam during the recoupling after Casa Amor. Her confused reaction to 'Milliam' winning the series went viral and fans will be on the edge of their seats waiting to see if she has more tea to spill.
Fans will also get the opportunity to find out how the couples are getting on since returning to reality, including Mary Bedford and Aaron Simpson.
This year’s runners up: Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran, Faye Winter and Teddy Soares and Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank will be in attendance.
Toby and Chloe recently went on their first date outside of the villa at Nandos which has made viewers’ hearts swell with adoration.
Faye and Teddy will likely address that argument which led to almost 25,000 complaints to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom, a record number for the ITV show.
Love Island bombshells Clarisse Juliettè and Matt MacNabb will make an appearance, which will undoubtedly make the reunion uncomfortable for Kaz and Tyler.
Jake Cornish and his now ex-girlfriend Liberty Poole will come face to face after breaking up and leaving the villa together.
Their break-up was the talk of television, with the pair then being forced to down a round of press interviews explaining their feelings.
And while some were left taken aback about how chilly the pair seemed towards each other when chatting on screen, Liberty has cleared up any confusion, revealing they were made to give an interview before getting a chance to speak with each other beforehand.
Iain Stirling will be in attendance to narrate the juicy drama unfolding on our screens. And who knows, maybe Millie will bless us with another piano solo too.
Popcorn at the ready!
Love Island: The Reunion airs on Sunday, 5th September at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
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