LOVE Island new boy Sam Bird was the latest lad to choose a three of the girls to have a date with.
But who did he choose and who else on the show has been on a date so far? Here’s the lowdown…
Love Island 2018 dates – who’s been on a date so far?
Kendall Rae-Knight was coupled with Niall Aslam on the first show but personal trainer Adam swooped in and stole Kendall for himself.
The pair enjoyed the series’ first dinner date, which included an aioli dish that no one could pronounce, before also sharing the show’s first steamy smooch.
Here is the full lowdown on who’s been wined and dined in this year’s villa…
- Episode 2: Adam and Kendall
- Episode 4: Niall and Georgia
- Episode 4: Alex and Rosie
- Episode 6: Jack and Dani
- Episode 7: Josh and Hayley, Samira, and Laura
- Episode 7: Charlie and Hayley, Samira, and Georgia
- Episode 7: Megan and Niall, Eyal, and Alex
- Episode 9: Laura and Wes
- Episode 11: Josh and Georgia
- Episode 12: Jack and Dani (night in the hideaway)
- Episode 13: Ellie and Josh, Ellie and Wes
- Episode 13: Zara and Alex, Zara and Eyal
- Episode 14: Zara and Adam, Ellie and Alex
- Episode 19: Sam and Ellie, Rosie and Samira
- Episode 32 : Georgia and new Jack, Megan and Wes
- Episode 36: Josh and Kaz
- Episode 37: Idris and Laura, Kieran and Georgia
Where do the Love Island contestants go on their dates?
The dates so far this year has ranged from dinner dates to snorkelling on the Island.
Kendall and Adam enjoyed a candlelit dinner for the show’s first date and Niall and Alex both joined Georgia and Rosie for a similar romantic meal.
A picnic was the setting for Wes’ date with Laura where the nuclear designs engineer asked the cabin crew member to move in with him despite still living with his parents.
Jack and Dani were the first couple to venture to the idyllic Majorcan beach but it was Josh and Georgia who enjoyed the show’s first activity date as they went snorkelling.
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When is Love Island on ITV2?
Love Island series four kicked off on Monday, June 4, on ITV2.
The show is airing at 9.00pm six nights a week – only taking a break on Saturdays – over eight weeks.
Caroline Flack has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015 and is joined once again by voice-over artist Iain Stirling.
Kem Cetinay, the winner in 2017, is also back to host a daily spin-off podcast entitled The Morning After with TV presenter Arielle Free.