LOVE Island's first look has revealed a previously unseen villa gimmick that keeps all of the Islanders looing picture perfect, but did you notice?
Tonight's sneak peek teased Chloe and Toby's Wonderland themed final date, as well as the stars' parents coming in to meet their other halves for the first time.
But it was the end of the video that gave the game away, as the four remaining couples celebrated making their way to this year's final.
After Chloe received a text confirming that she and Toby, Kaz and Tyler, Millie and Liam, and Faye and Teddy were officially the last pairs standing, they all raised a glass to give a toast.
Afterwards, one of the girls shouted: "Let's go get a selfie in the selfie mirror!" with the gang running across to the other side of the garden.
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Here, they posed together for a group snap, with the touchscreen mirror counting down and capturing the shot hands-free – allowing all of the stars to feature at once.
This is the first time that the gimmick has featured onscreen, and finally offers an explanation as to how the group photos are captured.
Fans had previously speculated that a crew member was the one behind the lens, but the nifty mirror means that third parties aren't actually necessary.
This year's Love Island is now winding down ahead of tomorrow night's final, where one of the couples will be crowned this year's winners.
However, it has arguably been the most dramatic last week in the show's history, with Liberty and Jake breaking up and quitting the villa in Friday's show.
It marks the first time ever that contestants have walked away so close to the end – with Liberty refusing to risk stealing a spot in the final from one of the stronger couples.
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