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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Love Island is over for another summer, but fear not, there is one more chance to get your fix.The series has proved to reignite the nation’s love of reality TV; with far more fans tuning in to watch this season than the last, thanks to iconic catch-phrases and (“liyaaaaar”) and some genuinely extraordinary moments of dialogue (“I licked her tit… or whatever”). The cast are set to come together once again in the annual reunion episode. Here’s everything you need to know.When is the Love Island 2022 reunion?The Love Island 2022 reunion will take place on Sunday 7 August at 9pm.The episode will be available to watch live on ITV2 or ITV Hub.You can also stream the series on ITV Hub.As usual, the show’s host Laura Whitmore will present the show and will interview different contestants about their time on the island.Narrator Iain Stirling is also expected to make an appearance as he usually does, and will likely discuss his own highlights.More from TelevisionFirst the Game of Thrones prequel, now The Sandman - why does TV require so much homework?04 August, 2022Full list of acts that performed at doomed Woodstock '99 festival seen in Trainwreck on Netflix04 August, 2022Forget Starsky and Hutch, Code 404 has the best cop double act04 August, 2022Who won Love Island?This year’s series was a belter with fresh catch-phrases, new romances and dramatic relationship arcs, but it came down to four couples in the end.Tasha and Andrew came fourth, Indiyah and Dami took third place, and Gemma and Luca came second.This means that the series champions are Ekin-Su and Davide, two of the most beloved contestants from the start.
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. Describing themselves as a “Turkish delight” and an “Italian snack”, the pair are reality TV gold and would have succeeded on any given TV show (speaking of which, let’s start the campaign to get them on the rebooted Big Brother right now).“I have no doubt that their attraction to one another is real, but without their spats and their resulting iconic one-liners, from “you are a liyaarr, actress, get the f**k out” to “make sure my food is ready”, Ekinde would be just another Love Island couple. Instead, they’re comedy gold, ready-made for TV and with sparkling personalities to match their devastatingly good looks. Can you tell I voted for them to win?”Love Island 2022 winners Ekin-Su and Davide (Photo: Lifted Entertainment/ITV)Who will be at the reunion?In short, everyone. All of this year’s cast will attend. This will include the winners, runners-up, bombshells and Casa Amor contestants.Who were the original contestants?Paige Thorne, 24, Swansea, paramedicDami Hope, 26, Dublin, senior microbiologistIndiyah Polack, 23, London, hotel waitressLiam Llewellyn, 22. Newport, South Wales, masters student Tasha Ghouri, 23, Thirsk, model and dancerDavide Sanclimenti, 27, Rome, Italy (lives in Manchester), business owner Gemma Owen, 19, Chester, international dressage rider and business ownerIkenna Ekwonna, 23, Nottingham, pharmaceutical sales Andrew Le Page, 27, Guernsey, estate agentAmber Beckford, 24, London, nannyLuca Bish, 23, Brighton, fishmongerWho were the Casa Amor contestants?Deji Adeniyi, 25, an accounts manager from Bedford Josh Samuel Le Grove, 22, a model from EssexJack Keating, 23, who is the son of Boyzone singer Ronan Keating, works in social media marketing and lives in London George Tasker, 23, labourer from the CotswoldsSamuel Agbiji, 22, a model from ManchesterBilly Brown, 23, a roofing company director from SurreySummer Botwe, 22, events decor business co-owner from Hertfordshire Jazmine Nichol, 21, a nightclub manager from NewcastleCoco Lodge, 27, a graphic designer/ring girl/shot girl from SurreyChyna Mills, 23, a youth support worker from LeedsMollie Salmon, 23, a make-up artist from SouthamptonCheyanne Kerr, 23, cabin crew from BarnsleyWhen is the next series of Love Island? In exciting news, ITV have confirmed that Love Island will return for two series in 2023. The winter series will air in January and there will be another season in Mallorca. Paul Mortimer, director of reality commissioning and controller, ITV2, said: “Love Island has once again proved itself to be the nation’s favourite talking point across the summer, and we’re always blown away by the show’s ongoing impact and talkability amongst our younger audience.“So, rather than just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love with two full series of the show.”
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