In a one-off spesh Caroline Flack finds out what the islanders from this year's Love Island have been up to. Will it be festive...or will the fireworks fly?
This year's Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham are definitely still together. But what about the rest of the Islanders from this year's run of the hit ITV2 reality show?
All will be revealed in Love Island: The Christmas Reunion which sees presenter Caroline Flack reunite 19 of the most talked about Islanders as they gather for the ultimate festive get together.
Reflecting on their memorable adventures in a Spanish villa back in the summer, this winter special picks up where the couples left off, with voiceover guy Iain Stirling once again providing some comedy commentary over the proceedings.
Six months on, whose love has lasted the distance, who still has scores to settle, and who is feeling single and ready to mingle once again?
Escaping to a festive retreat, the Islanders will lift the lid on the dramatic break ups and tabloid headlines that have played out since departing the villa. Are reconciliations on the cards, or have the holiday romance bubbles well and truly burst?
Returning for the reunion alongside winners Jack and Dani will be finalists Wes and Megan, and Kaz (alas, boyfriend Josh is away in the USA with a TV presenting job).
Meanwhile, how will estranged couples Laura and Paul, Georgia and Sam and Ellie and Charlie react as they come face to face?
Samira, Dr Alex, Alexandra, Kendall, Hayley and Eyal are also back to update on whether they’ve had more luck in love outside the villa. And are Adam and Zara still living a happy ever after?
Expect awkward conversations, old tensions resurfaced and maybe one or two mistletoe moments as this Summer's biggest TV talking point raises one last festive glass to the class of 2018.
Love Island: The Christmas Reunion will be shown on ITV2 in December
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