Love Island accidentally announces 2019 winners in awkward blunder

LOVE Island’s social media made a huge gaffe ahead of the final.

Love Island will be coming to an end in a dramatic final episode tonight, where a winning couple will be crowned.

Love Island 2019 couples Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins, and Ovie Soko and India Reynolds are all going going for the crown.

And although fans have to wait for the official results, eagle-eyed fans have noticed that the winner of the series always stands on Caroline’s left.

In the past four series, Jess Hayes and Max Morley, Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey, Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay, and Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have all stood in the same position.

This means it is likely that whoever stands on Caroline’s left side will win the 2019 series.

Meanwhile, Caroline Flack has teased her gorgeous outfit for the final, squeezing her curves into a tiny zebra print dress with an asymmetric hemline to show off her golden legs.

The blonde bombshell’s dresses for the 2019 series have been her raciest yet, with a number of outfits highlighting her hourglass proportions.

Meanwhile, fans can’t wait for the final show after a seriously explosive series, which has already seen a number of splits and furious rows.

It looks like the last couples have finally settled down as they will declare their love for each other after getting glammed up for a final party.

Each islander will do a speech for each other as they all bid to win the hearts of their other half and the public ahead of the public vote.

Molly-Mae and Tommy are currently favourites with the bookies, although fans have been predicting there could be a major twist ahead as another couple could pip them to the post.

Meanwhile, Love Island’s Facebook page made a blunder tonight as they posted the winner announcement before the show had even started, prompting a baffled reponse from fans.

It read: “The results of the VERY important serious Love Island Awards 2019 are in! Say hello to your official winners.”

As fans rushed to comment on who they wanted to win, the post was swiftly deleted.

It was later reuploaded to confirm it was talking about Love Island awards, not the winners of the show.

It looks like fans will have to wait and see who is going to take the crown tonight.

The show set to end at 10.40pm, so viewers should expect the results to be revealed after 10pm.

Who is going to win the show?

Love Island airs at 9pm tonight on ITV2.