The latest series of Love Island concluded earlier this week, after nine weeks of romance and drama in the winter sun.
Presenter Maya Jama crowned the winning couple, Kai and Sanam, live from the luxury villa in South Africa on Monday night.
With the islanders now back in the UK, the ITV2 dating show will return for a special one-off reunion episode this weekend.
Here's everything you need to know about Love Island: The Reunion.
When is the Love Island reunion episode?
Love Island: The Reunion will be broadcast live on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm on Sunday.
The 95-minute episode will be hosted by Maya Jama and will feature exclusive interviews with this year's crop of contestants.
Jama took on hosting duties for the reality show for the first time this year after replacing Laura Whitmore.
Who won Love Island 2023?
The pair secured 44% of the public vote in Monday's final, which had an average audience of 1.1 million viewers, according to overnight figures from ITV.
Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall were runners-up, winning 30% of the vote, while Samie Elishi and Tom Clare (24%) finished third.
Tanya Mahenga and Shaq Muhammad placed fourth after gaining 2% of the final vote. Just under 800,000 votes were cast in total in the final.
Read more: All the Love Island winning couples so far
Social worker Sanam became the first Casa Amor contestant to win the show, having entered the villa as a bombshell last month.
The 24-year-old thanked fans for their support in an Instagram post on Thursday, saying she feels "blessed and overwhelmed with positive emotions".
She added: "Love Island has been a beautiful experience for me and I'm so proud of say I've left with someone I love, admire, look up to, connect with on a deeper level and absolutely value and appreciate everything he stands for.
"I'm so excited to continue our journey on the outside and can't wait for us to become so much more."
PE and science teacher Kai, also 24, said was "so grateful" to be walking away with a "humble, intelligent, caring, loving" partner.
"It's still not sunk in and don't think it will for a while," he added. "I'm honestly so excited to start this journey on the outside with her my real-life Disney princess."
When is the summer series?
ITV has already confirmed that Love Island will return to screens this summer, with Maya Jama back as host.
The summer series, which typically takes place at a villa in Spain, is expected to begin in early June.
Applications to take part in the show are currently open. A casting call says producers are looking for "vibrant singles" to join the line-up.
Watch: Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan win Love Island