Love Island 2020 Final: When Does The Winter Series End & Which Couples Are Left?
12 February 2020, 17:19 | Updated: 12 February 2020, 17:21
Love Island’s winter series is nearing the end and we’re here to keep you in the loop about what to expect from the final.
Love Island season is well and truly upon us and fans are counting down the days to seeing which relationships will stand the final tests.
The winter series has already lost some couples and some singletons and is set to boot off a few more in the coming weeks as we watch the Islanders battle it out for the cash prize.
But when is the final and what do they win? Here’s what we know…
When is the final?
In the past, the show has aired for eight weeks, however, the winter version will be a shorter six weeks.
This means the final will fall on February 23, as confirmed by ITV.
Which couples are left?
The Islanders who are currently coupled up are:
What do they win?
If the previous series are anything to go by, the winners are set to take home a £50,000 cash prize.
However, the ultimate couples test will show how loyal the chosen pair are to each other as presenter Laura Whitmore will hand them an envelope each - one with £0 inside and the other with the full five-figure amount.
They will then get the choice to split or steal the prize money - which means if they’re both greedy they’ll end up with nothing!
Where is the final?
The winter series final will be hosted in South Africa, live from the villa.
How can I watch it?
It will be aired on ITV2 at 9pm.