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Love Island is coming to an end tonight and the winning couple of 2021 will be crowned and handed a whopping cash prize.
Over the last two months, we’ve seen bombshells come and go - as well as babies and Casa Amor - all to test the couples’ resilience.
If Casa Amor wasn’t traumatic enough, the remaining couples met each other’s family members last night. Teddy’s brothers gave Faye some things to think about and fans couldn’t get enough of Tyler’s dad.
So who are the remaining couples? And how many of the OGs have made it through to the final?
Four of the original Love Island contestants have made it all the way to the final with their partners. They are Faye, Chloe (who was a bombshell the first evening), Toby and Kaz.
Liberty’s bestie Kaz has been in the villa since day one and was on “friend island” for a while until her Prince Charming entered the villa.
Casa Amor nearly saw the end of Kaz and Tyler, as Tyler couldn’t resist the temptation of a bombshell and in revenge, Kaz cracked on with one of the new boys.
Kaz and Tyler soon realised they missed each other and got back together. Since then, fans have been loving how sweet Tyler has been to Kaz.
Faye is another OG Islander who had to kiss a few frogs before finding her prince. As such a fiery lady, she needed somebody who could take her sauce.
Again, Casa Amor pushed Faye and Teddy’s relationship to the limits, which led to probably the most dramatic explosion we’ve ever seen on Love Island from Faye, which led to a record number of Ofcom complaints. She later apologised.
After kissing and making up, Faye and Teddy are all loved up again and ready to face the final.
Chloe and Toby are both day one’s, meaning they’re the only completely OG couple to reach the finish line in this year’s Love Island.
Fans loved seeing Chloe’s mum meet Toby in the penultimate episode over the weekend. They’ve said that Chloe’s mum is literally Chloe in a few years time.
She loves Toby and even said he’d been “iconic” throughout the series.
After some major grovelling from Liam who cheated on Millie in Casa Amor, the two are stronger than ever and Liam even dropped the L-word.
Both Millie and Liam were bombshells, with Liam entering the villa at the end of week one and Millie coming in with Lucinda Strafford during week two.
Whatever the outcome of tonight, fans look forward to seeing which couples stay together once they leave paradise.
Love Island is on weeknights at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub. The episodes are available to stream on BritBox the following morning.
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