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Moving mad All 37 Love Island contestants to give relationship and life updates on reunion

Drama is sure to ensue as winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon will come face to face with Lillie Haynes – who Liam infamously had a fling with during Casa Amor.

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This year's Love Island cast

This year's Love Island cast

Millie and Liam, who won this year's Love Island

Millie and Liam, who won this year's Love Island

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This year's Love Island cast

The Love Island 2021 reunion will take place tonight.

Those missing their nightly fix of ‘moving mad’ will get the chance to see their favourite Islanders back on their screens for an hour and half long special, airing tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One and the Virgin Media Player.

Host Laura Whitmore will welcome back all 37 Islanders to revisit some of the most memorable moments from the summer and to have a chat about how life has been since leaving the villa.

Drama is sure to ensue as winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon will come face to face with Lillie Haynes – who Liam infamously had a fling with during Casa Amor.

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Millie and Liam, who won this year's Love Island

Millie and Liam, who won this year's Love Island

Millie and Liam, who won this year's Love Island

Fan favourites and runners up Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran will likely be asked about how their relationship is going after melting hearts when they revealed (in true Chloby fashion) that they went on their first date to Nandos.

And Faye Winter’s explosive row with Teddy Soares will surely be a topic of conversation after sparking a record of almost 25,000 complaints to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.

Villa sweetheart Liberty Poole will hopefully be gracing our screens to discuss her romance with ex-boyfriend Jake Cornish after spending eight weeks together before deciding to split just before the final.

Meanwhile, things are sure to get awkward as Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank could be reunited with Casa Amor's Clarisse Juliette, who caused a stir when she made some savage comments about the pair after leaving the show.

Another potentially awkward reunion will be that of Hugo Hammond and Amy Day, who had a heated row on Aftersun after Amy had a viral reaction to Hugo saying that his Love Island journey had been “tragic.”

Fans will also get a chance to see some of the Islanders who left the villa too soon, as Georgia Townend, Dale Mehmet, and Sam Jackson confirmed today that they were on their way to the reunion show.

Watch the drama unfold at the Love Island reunion tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player.

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