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From Digital Spy The 2018 series of Love Island is officially coming to an end. ITV has confirmed when the winners of the fourth seri...

Love Island will come to a dramatic end on Monday 30 July, ITV2 has confirmed

From Digital Spy

The 2018 series of Love Island is officially coming to an end.

ITV has confirmed when the winners of the fourth series will be crowned, as the finale date has been set for Monday, July 30.

This year's Love Island, presented by Caroline Flack and narrated by Iain Stirling, premiered on Monday, June 4, meaning that it will end just shy of two months.

Although the series has provided many twists and turns, bookmakers have made Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham clear favourites to win.

Love Island has been a huge hit this year, but did receive around 2,600 complaints from viewers after Dani was shown a video of Jack reacting to his ex-girlfriend Ellie Jones arriving in the villa, leading her to burst into tears.

The show was accused of "emotional cruelty" as the video did not show the fact that Jack was actually loyal to Dani, but Ofcom will not be investigating further.

"We carefully considered viewers' concerns about the wellbeing of a female contestant on this established reality programme," an Ofcom spokesperson said yesterday (July 17).

"While we understand her distress made for upsetting viewing, we consider that viewers are likely to expect emotionally charged scenes that have been engineered to test contestants' relationships."

Last year's series was won by Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay, with Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt in second and Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes in third.

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