If you watch a Love Island series without tuning into the climactic Love Island reunion show that follows, do you even Love Island?
No. No, you do not.
When is the Love Island 2022 reunion?
The Love Island 2022 reunion show airs at 9pm on Sunday 7 August, as confirmed by Laura Whitmore. As with all things Love Island, you'll be able to watch it on ITV2 and on the ITV Hub.
The most iconic moments from Love Island reunion shows
Just to remind ourselves how iconic Love Island reunion shows are we’ve put together a rather iconic list (if we do say so ourselves) of the five most iconic moments from Love Island reunion shows. Yes, we know, we've said iconic a lot, but it really is THAT good. How did we pick just five, we hear you ask? We’re really good at our jobs, that’s how.
We sat through hours and hours (or in the case of the Love Island 2021 reunion, minutes and minutes) of simply iconic footage from countless reunion shows to highlight the five most iconic moments in reunion history. How iconic does that sound?
We’ll start from number five and work our way up to number one, because it’s dead dramatic like…
Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake’s feud (with the angry tears)
You know, the one with all the furious tears. Bless, it wasn’t an easy watch - especially at Christmas time. This reunion was aptly called the Love Island: The Christmas Reunion and there was DRAMA under the Christmas tree – so much of it. A particularly iconic gift came from former couple Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake.
Georgia Steel telling Sam Bird she’s “loyal”
Such commitment. Another iconic moment from this iconic reunion episode (it was essentially a regular juicy episode with more furs and seasonal mood lighting). In short, Sam Bird claimed he had proof Georgia Steel had cheated on him – which inevitably ended the relationship. Fast forward to Christmas and Georgia was still standing by her “loyal” nature.
Laura Whitmore kicking off after fans moaned about the Love Island reunion 2021
Fans dubbed the S7 Love Island reunion as ‘boring’, ‘awkward’ and ‘cringe’. Come on, guys – it was only kind of all of those things. In fact, Shannon Singh calling the reunion a “waste of time” / “no need” on her Instagram Stories shortly after leaving the studio.
Fans also questioned why fourth place couple Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank weren’t interviewed on the sofa like the other finalists and were instead sat among the rest of the Islanders in the audience.
However, Laura Whitmore wasn’t taking any criticism lying down and took to her Instagram story to set the record straight, right away.
She said, “Shall I clarify a few other things?
“Hundreds of people work on Love Island. My job is not to organise seating arrangements. I barely know what seat I’m sitting in before the show as set changes so much 🙄.”
Laura continued: “We invited Kaz to sit with Toby for his exes segment but she didn’t want to and it’s her choice to make. Everything is run through with the Islanders beforehand. It’s all about choice.
“I only ask questions that are pre-approved by the compliance division. A lot of meetings happen before I see the script and then I can add my own voice.”
When Anton Danyluk had to explain why he unfollowed Molly-Mae hague on Instagram
If you watched The Blair Witch Project all those years ago, you probably watched this reunion moment in a similar fashion – hiding inbetween sweaty fingers. Get those fingers ready:
It’s the continuous hole digging for us.
Love Island Christmas reunion: Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer cook a turkey
As we said, this number one moment is not up for debate.
Away from all the drama of that Christmas reunion, Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer cooked Christmas dinner for all of the Islanders and it was equally wholesome as it was hilarious.
We play it every Christmas.