Arguably the greatest thing to grace reality TV, like, ever, Love Island has been providing us with non-stop entertainment every night at 9pm - and we've been racing to our TVs quicker than Caroline Flack on her way to boot an islander out of the villa.
GLAMOUR UK jetted into the Mallorcan villa to meet the cast, chat to Caroline Flack and find out all the villa secrets. Here are all the essential details that every Love Island aficionado needs to know.
Let's crack on...
How long is Love Island on for?
It's been an even longer series (hallelujah!) due to the massive influx of the public applying to become contestants as a result of the show’s success last year, not to mention the show's insane popularity. But while producers decided to extend Love Island from seven weeks to eight, our time is nearly up (cue moral panic).
Radio Times has just listed the penultimate episode as Sunday July 29, meaning the finale will air on Monday July 30. *Sobs*.
We have no idea how we're going to live without our daily fix of Georgia's loyalty and Jack's piercingly blue eyes.
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When is Love Island on?
Love Island started on Monday June 4th at 9pm on ITVBe. The first episode was an hour and a half long (yaaaaaas).
Where is the Love Island villa?
We head back to sunny Mallorca. Following the same format of most reality TV “fly on the wall” shows, the Love Island villa has been refurbished for 2018’s contestants.
How do I apply for Love Island 2018?
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What are the new Love Island rules?
Despite having cameras watching them 24/7 in their time in the villa, this year’s contestants are being watched even closer with new rules and regulations forbidding them from appearing completely nude or engaging in 'bed hopping', which some of the islanders were infamous for last season.
According to , smoking in the villa and the garden area is banned this year. Instead, the islanders will have to ask a producer if they can have a cigarette and be taken to a private hut - alone.
A TV source said: “Last year there were more viewer complaints about the amount of smoking than anything else. It did feel like someone had a fag in their hand constantly last series, so hopefully viewers will notice the difference.”
We'll certainly miss all of the gossip sessions they usually indulge in at the smoking area.
Who are the Love Island presenters?
Love Island is, of course, presented by the glorious Caroline Flack, with narration by the ever-comical Iain Stirling.
We caught up with Caroline ahead of the show to find out more about her relationship with the islanders and top advice.
Where can I find the Love Island podcast?
An extra special treat for us all, as well as the After Sun show presented in the UK, ex-contestant, Kem Cetinay, hosts a podcast, The Morning After, with TV presenter Arielle Free.
You can access it through the official Love Island app or via the app store.
Where can I buy Love Island merchandise?
If you're looking for one of the infamous Love Island water bottles, they're purchasable through the app. OR, if it's something else you're after, and you just can't wait, you can get the gold tattoos and other Love Island merchandise straight from the great British high-street!
If you're wondering how to fill your evenings once the show is over, check out our run-down of the best TV series ever.