The winter season that is Love Island, starring new host Maya Jama the show has been an emotional rollercoaster. We’ve seen recoupling dramas shocking kisses, sly dumping, betrayals, and of course, the shocking fallout from Casa Amor.
The show was shot in South Africa, the winter season of the cult reality dating show aired in January on ITV2 at the beginning of January. But when will the finale of this season of Love Island? Which couple is the most likely to be the winner and share the prize of PS50,000?
What time will be when will be the Love Island 2023 final? When did Love Island 2023 start?
The date of this year’s Love Island 2023 final hasn’t been officially announced by ITV. However, as the show typically lasts for eight weeks as well as always concludes on a Monday, we’re fairly certain that the finale will air on the 13th of March, on a Monday. It will take just eight weeks from the show’s premiere episode which aired which aired on the 16th of January.
Who are the most likely to be the winner of Love Island 2023?
The most popular candidates to win Love Island 2023 is Will Young and Jessie Winter. The next contenders are Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall Third place goes to Samie Elishi and Tom Clare. Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan are fourth in the rankings, followed by Claudia Fogarty and Keanen Brand in fifth place. The couple in sixth place are Tanya Manhenga and Shaq Muhammed. Rosie Seabrook and Casey O’Gorman have less chances as do Claudia and Tom who aren’t even married. Also, Olivia Hawkins and Maxwell Samuda are at the bottom of the list, having odds that are 100/1.