Love Island reveals most-talked about moments of this year’s series

It's been one of the most popular shows on TV this summer.

With the Love Island final set to take place tomorrow, it’s time to take a moment to reflect on the biggest moments of one of the most popular TV shows of the moment.

And on yesterday’s Love Island: The Weekly Hot List, the most-tweeted about moments of the show so far were revealed – and they may surprise you.

The ITV2 show regularly sparks a huge social media reaction. But by far the most discussed moment on Twitter was the moment Josh Denzel came back to the main villa from Casa Amore, hand-in-hand with Kazimir (Kaz) Crossley – therefore ending his relationship with 20-year-old Georgia Steele.

Fans were left stunned by the shocking episode, but many praised Georgia for her dignified response to the situation.

So which moment took the second spot? According to ITV, the runner-up was the moment Megan Barton-Hanson decided to make a move on Wes Nelson, causing a huge rift in his relationship with Laura Anderson.

In third place, was the moment Kendall-Rae Knight left Niall Aslam for then-newcomer Adam Collard – which seems like many moons ago now.

The fourth most-tweeted about moment was when the now-evicted Eyal Booker kissed Megan in front of his pal Dr Alex George – a scene which left Alex and viewers of the series in shock.

And at number 5, was the moment earlier this week when Dr Alex dumped Alexandra Crane. She won fans over with her biting comeback to the doctor, confessing that he should be ashamed of himself for his treatment of her.

So did any of these feature in your most-talked about moments of the series?

In tonight’s instalment of Love Island, viewers will finally witness each of the islanders be reunited with their parents – and meet their partners parents too.

Some fans have however been left disappointed, as a teaser for the Sunday show appears to suggest that Dani’s dad, Danny Dyer, will only appear in the villa via video link.

Love Island returns to ITV2 on Sunday evening at 9pm.