Winter Love Island 2023 is almost over and the winners will be crowned in a few hours.
Tonight, the four remaining couples will dress up in their finery and profess their love for each other, before host Maya Jama (no doubt wearing a sensational dress) reveals who this year’s champions are.
After Jessie and Will were brutally dumped at the last minute, this year’s finalists are: Sanam and Kai, Lana and Ron, Shaq and Tanya, and Samie and Tom.
But what time does the final start tonight? And how long does the delivery take?
Let’s find out.
What time does the Love Island finale start?
The Winter Love Island 2023 finale airs tonight (Monday March 13) from 9 p.m.
Love Island Final 2023
It’s almost time to pack your bags and leave the villa because Love Island 2023 ends tonight.
Get all the latest villa updates on Metro.nl‘s dedicated Love Island hub.
The finale is longer than a normal episode of the show, running for an hour and 35 minutes, ending at 10:35 p.m.
It will air on ITV2 and those who miss the action can catch up with ITVX.
What’s happening in tonight’s final?
In the first look for tonight’s episode, the islanders get a dance lesson ahead of the Love Island ball.
Then they change (the boys in suits and ties and the girls in beautiful evening dresses) and the girls reveal their appearance to the boys one by one.
“Oh my days, wow,” says Tom when he sees Samie walking over to him, while Shaq tells Tanya she looks “unreal” (aww).
In previous finals, the remaining couples have taken turns professing their undying love for each other (a kind of wedding vows) before the host announces the fourth-place couple, the third-place couple, the second-place couple, and finally the winners . so it is likely that this year’s final will follow the same format.
In series 1-7, the winning pair were given the option of splitting the £50,000 prize money between them or stealing it, meaning one of them took all the money for themselves (although this never actually happened).
However, in the final series, this feature was dropped and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Saclimenti were left with no choice but to share the money.
It’s unclear if the split or steal option will return this year.
The The Love Island final airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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