She may have left the villa just before the final, but Liberty Poole is set to be one of the most successful stars of this year’s show. Experts have predicted she could become a multi-millionaire off the back of her Love Island fame, as fans were impressed by her standing up for herself and putting herself first.
Love Island reunion date
When asked by a fan whether she’d keep in touch with everyone from the villa, she said:
Definitely. We was all a massive family in there. I’ve already FaceTimed Kaz and she’s still got my necklace haha. Can’t wait to be reunited soon. Miss her loads and everyone. Love Island Reunion is on September 5.
Fans will be particularly delighted to hear that last bit of info as we’ve been missing our daily dose of villa action since the final on Monday 23 August. The reunion show is expected to take the form of a wrap party and is likely to feature some awkward moments as ex-couplings, love rivals and frenemies come face-to-face once more.
This year’s Love Island reunion will be taking place almost two weeks after the final—that’s a longer gap than in previous years, probably due to quarantining requirements for Islanders who’ve just returned from Majorca and aren’t yet double-vaccinated. But that means more time for juicy drama to develop now the Islanders are back in the real world...
Love Island reunion drama
There are currently only four Love Island 2021 couples still together—Kaz and Tyler, Faye and Teddy, Chloe and Toby and Millie and Liam. Will they all still be together by the time the reunion comes around next week? Will any other ex-Islanders surprise us with a real-world recoupling? Or will we have a marriage proposal by then? We can’t wait to find out!