The nation is currently gripped by an addiction to Love Island .

So, in a bid to ween us off our compulsion slowly, ITV bosses will let us down gently with an extra instalment of the dating show.

Following Monday’s all-important final, viewers will be treated to a special edition wrap party later in this week.

This will reunite the as-yet-unannounced winners with their (not so successful) contestants.

Hosted by Caroline Flack, it’s destined to see the 2018 series go out with a bang.

But when is it on? And how can you be a part of it? Here’s everything you need to know…

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Love Island 2018

  • What time is the final?
  • Contestants
  • Where is it filmed?
  • Who is the Love Island narrator?
  • Where are the Love Island couples now?
  • Odds
  • First look at the villa
  • Water bottles

When is Love Island: The Reunion on?

The live show will bring all the islanders together again on Sunday 5 August at 9pm via ITV2.

Filmed at Elstree Film and TV Studios in Hertfordshire, it’ll be one last hurrah for cast and crew alike.

If you’re keen to join them, ticket vendor Applause Store is offering free passes to those wanting to be part of the real-time audience.

Applicants must be aged 18 or over. Brilliantly, the tickets are also completely free.

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Are they your type on paper? Love Island 2018 contestants

  • Samira Mighty
  • Kendall Rae-Knight
  • Hayley Hughes
  • Laura Anderson
  • Dani Dyer
  • Adam Collard
  • Jack Fincham
  • Alex George
  • Wes Nelson
  • Niall Aslam
  • Eyal Booker
  • Zara McDermott
  • Ellie Brown
  • Rosie Williams
  • Georgia Steel
  • Charlie Frederick
  • Josh Denzel
  • Sam Bird
  • Full cast list

What can we expect to happen?

If the reunion episode is anything like last year’s, we’ll get to see what happens when the winning couple hang out outside the villa.

It’s safe to say there’ll be some VERY awkward run-ins too.

As detailed on Applause Store, they say it "promises to be packed to the rafters with even more gossip direct from the Islanders themselves."

They also promise "exclusive interviews and a celebrity panel desperate to have their say on all things Love Island."

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