Love Islands 2021 Final Is Almost Upon Us
Love Island 2021 is almost over as the winners will finally be announced in tonight’s grand final.
Bray’s Laura Whitmore hosts live from the Villa in Spain, as one couple will be crowned the ultimate winners.
If bookie's odds are to be believed, Millie and Liam are battling it out against Chloe and Toby to win tonight’s final as both couples are tipped as the favorites.
Of course, Faye and Teddy as well as Kaz and Tyler make up the finalists.
After two months of waiting it’s finally here, we’ve been taken on a rollercoaster of emotions through ups and downs, walkouts and walk-ins, break-ups, recouplings and Tom Jones sing-a-longs!
Last night of course our hearts melted in the penultimate episode when we seen the remaining contestants meet up with their families.
The islanders haven’t seen their family members since joining the reality show over 2 months ago.
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Who Will Take Home The Grand Prize
Not only will tonight’s winning couple win the mystique and ultimate fame that comes with the show they will also get a chance to take home £50,000.
Like all reality TV its not without a catch! As one half of the winning couple will be handed an envelope with all the money, and then given the option to keep it all or share it with their other half.
Its positioned as the ultimate test for the islanders but never in the show’s history has anyone kept the winnings for themselves, it’s always been split 50-50.
In any case, there’s always room for an extra twist when it comes to reality TV and our love lives.
Jake And Liberty’s Shock Exit
The final of the show might be the biggest news story of the past few days if it wasn’t for Liberty and Jake’s shock departure from the villa.
We watched on jaw dropped as liberty ended the relationship with Jake, believing her feelings for him were not being matched.
Since then, social media has been inundated with negative comments towards Jake claiming he undermined liberty and was playing a game to win.
Speaking to the Sun liberty said, “when you love someone you don’t think they’re playing a game”.
Adding, “I do think he genuinely liked me, but I was just questioning whether obviously, he loved me the way I loved him”.
We know all too well the series has been hit with devastating news over the years regarding past contestants and indeed the late Caroline Flack.
Love Island producers have again pledged to prioritise the contestant's well-being over long-running concerns around the islander's mental health.
Love Island: The Live Final airs tonight on Virgin Media One and ITV2 at 9 pm.
Ahead of the love island final tonight, why not get up to speed on all the islanders’ latest storylines. Join Marty Guilfoyle, Tara Walsh, and 2019 Islander Anton Danyluk on CASA SPIN as they give their final thoughts on Faye and Teddy before the end of the show, revealing if the producers are controlling the babies in the infamous baby task and who they think will win the season!
The podcast is available now on GoLoud and on our socials. And get ready as tomorrow we break down the drama of the final in a special final episode of Casa SPIN!
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