'Love Island' may be over, but we still have one more episode to look forward to - the reunion.

It's set to take place on Sunday and will follow the finalists as they acclimatise to 'real life' again, including Curtis and Maura's trip to Ireland.

It'll also bring all of the islanders back together again, no matter how long they were on the programme for - but one of them has apparently been 'banned' from taking part.

Remember Sherif? He was one of the original islanders but was removed from the villa after nine days for breaking the rules (which turned out to be accidentally kicking Molly in the groin and making a crude joke about it, and not masturbating in the hot tub.)

While he is still eligible for the 'aftercare' treatment that all the islanders receive, he will not take part in the reunion because his contract was ended.

A source told The Sun: "Sherif is gutted. He was really looking forward to having the chance to reunite with the other Islanders who became his friends during the villa. It’s hard to fathom why they wouldn’t want him as he was so popular during his short stint on the show. He made a mistake and apologised, so why he is still be punished is hard to fathom."

A spokesman for Sherif said: "It would have been nice for Sherif to see his friends at the reunion; it’s a shame ITV feel this strongly against him attending."

ITV, meanwhile, released a statement confirming the news. "Sherif left this series of Love Island by mutual agreement after breaking the rules and there are no plans for him to appear at this weekend’s Aftersun Reunion."