Laura RoganJuly 9th

Caroline Flack has confirmed that the sun is due to set on this year's series of 'Love Island', and there's not long to go.

It's almost time to retire our Twitter accounts and put our personalised water bottles back in the back of the cupboard for another year... Because Caroline Flack has just confirmed that the hit dating show is set to end in less than three weeks.

Revealing the news on Sunday's episode of 'Love Island: Aftersun', Flack told fans the finale will take place on Monday 29th July, where we'll find out who'll be taking home the grand prize of £50,000 - and of course, see if the winner's decide to share or steal the prize! Juicy, huh?

molly and tommy

So far, no one has chosen to do the dirty on their partners and steal the £50K, but after an ever-dramatic summer this series it would be a brilliant way to end the long, hot summer with the reveal that who ever does win, didn't care much for their fellow contestants after all.

As always, the finale will take place in Mallorca and fans can be in for the chance to see it for themselves live at the villa. Tickets are free, but you'll have to pay for your flights and accommodation yourself, which if you ask me is totally worth it see Tommy and Molly-Mae be crowned this year's winners (wishful thinking!).

jack and dani

You can get your hands on a set of tickets over on ApplauseStore, a company that offers free tickets for people wanting to be part of the audience of all of your favourite UK TV shows such as 'Celebrity Juice', 'Britain's Got Talent' and 'Love Island: Aftersun' - but be quick, because as expected there's limited availability on tickets to the villa.

Fear you'll need to fill the Island shaped hole in your life once the show's over? Re-watch all the drama on Amazon Prime and create your own re-couplings with your mates with the Love Island Game!

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