With Love Island Australia drawing to a close, ITV2 have come up with a new way for us to get our villa fix for the rest of this week. Three brand new special episodes - Love Island: All The Dramz, Love Island: All The Feels and Love Island: All The Lols - will air at 9pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening.
After this summer’s new series of Love Island had to be pulled due to the coronavirus crisis, ITV treated us to the first UK broadcast of series 1 of Love Island Australia. The final episode - which saw Grant Crapp and Tayla Damir crowned the winners of the show - aired on Tuesday 14th July but fear not, as ITV have already sorted you a new Love Island fix.
Starting on Wednesday 15th July at 9pm, three new special episodes will revisit some of the most dramatic, emotional and cringeworthy moments from UK Love Island over the years. Each of the best-of style episodes will feature commentary from Iain Stirling, who has narrated Love Island since 2015.
The first episode, Love Island: All The Dramz is set to look back on some of the biggest bust-ups between Islanders over the last six series. Some of the moments we can expect to relive will include Kady vs Tina in series 2 and the explosive break-up between Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard last summer.
On Thursday, it'll be time to get your tissues out for Love Island: All The Feels as we look back at some of the villa's most romantic moments. ITV has promised that the episode will be 'totes emosh' but will also feature some comedy with 'some of the very worst grafting, flirting and chat up lines' the villa has ever seen. Plus we'll get a where-are-they-now for some of the past couples.
Finally on Friday, Love Island: All The Lols will send us laughing into the weekend with some classic moments including Chris Hughes rapping, Molly-Mae stacking it and Olivia Attwood losing her temper. We reckon this'll probably be the best episode of the lot - but we'll be tuning in for all of them!