LOVE Island 2019 has gripped the nation, with the ITV2 reality show, hosted by Caroline Flack, airing five days a week.
On the weekends, however, the day-to-day goings-on from inside the villa are not televised, but Love Island: Unseen Bits can remedy the loss of the show
What is Love Island: Unseen Bits?
Can’t get enough of Love Island? Love Island: Unseen Bits gives fans of the programme a chance to see new unseen footage from within the Majorca villa.
Love Island’s voiceover comedian Iain Stirling will host the show, providing a rundown of the best bits viewers have not yet seen.
If that is not enough, Love Island followers can head over to the Love Island app, where they will find lots of clips and snapshots from inside the villa.
When can I watch the Love Island: Unseen Bits?
Love Island: Unseen Bits will air Saturday at 9pm on ITV2, meanwhile the Love Island recap show, Love Island: Aftersun, is shown on Sunday night’s at 10pm, following the main show.
Then, on weeknights and Sundays Love Island 2019 airs on ITV2, between 9pm and 10pm.
Caroline, 39, fronts the hugely popular dating programme, popping in occasionally to check up on the islanders – and sometimes deliver bad news.
Meanwhile, Iain, 31, narrates the series, tickling viewers with his witty remarks and perfectly timed jokes.
When is the next Love Island re-coupling?
Tomorrow night (Friday June 7) will see the next re-coupling, which is sure to be a shocker.
On this occasion, the female contestants get to choose which boy they want to partner up with.
Ultimately, one boy will be booted off the competition, missing out on the £50,000 prize money.
At the moment the bookies predict Callum Macleod will be the first contestant to leave this year’s series.
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Which couple will win Love Island 2019?
Curtis Pritchard, 23, and the 26-year-old air hostess Amy Hart are the front-runners to win the competition with 4/1 odds, following the recoupling on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.
However, bookies are still betting on early favourites Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt, given their close bond, with 5/2 odds on the twosome to make it all the way to end and nab the £50,000 prize money.
The next likely pairing to win are Tommy Fury and Lucie with 6/1 odds, then Tommy and Amber with odds of 14/1.
Trailing behind the pack are Anton and Lucie at an odds of 50/1.