The Love Island final date has been confirmed and it's just 17 days away.
ITV2's hit dating show will come to an end on July 29, when the couples will make their declarations to each other and fans will pick the winning pair.
With the final fast approaching, it doesn't leave much time for the couples to pick their partners.
So far, the only really strong couple still standing is Molly-Mae and Tommy, who are now officially boyfriend and girlfriend and they've even said "I love you".
The other pairing that could be in contention is Anton and Belle, but they only recently got together so it remains to be seen whether they will last two more weeks.
Michael is still with Joanna, but fans are convinced the romance is on the rocks and the firefighter might still end up ditching her for single Amber.
The other couples have recently broken down with Anna, who's still officially with Ovie, getting back with Jordan.
Maura also ditched her Casa Amor fling Marvin, but they are still an official couple until the next recoupling ceremony.
The rest if the villa is filled with singles as Curtis has been left on his own since he broke up with Amy and she quit the villa.
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