Caroline Flack has revealed that the prize money is set to change during this year's Love Island finale.
Normally the winning couple receives £50,000, but bosses are set to deliver yet another twist.
The presenter appeared on Sunday Brunch to chat to hosts Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer about her new musical Crazy For You, but all they wanted to talk about was Love Island.
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Tim asked: "Is there a prize?" to which Caroline said: "There is £50,000 that they share."
But when questioned on whether the couple share the cash, Cazza said that they will be in for a shock.
"If you saw it last year it gets to a point where you can, erm, actually it might change this year so...", she said.
At that moment, Tim and Simon jump up for joy as they tell everybody that they got a world exclusive.
The 37-year-old laughed nervously and tried to divert from the bombshell, by saying: "Naturally we're just nosy aren't we? We care about other people's relationships."
In 2015, Max Morley and Jess Hayes won the show, but were tested on whether they were in it for love or money.
If you saw it last year it gets to a point where you can, erm, actually it might change this year so...
If they both chose love they would split the £50,000, but if they both chose money that would receive nothing. And if their answers didn't match, the person who chose money would get the entire cash prize to themselves.
Jess and Max chose love, which meant that they both split the money between them, with Max saying: "We were never going to take the money."
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Then during last years finale, Cara de la Hoyde and Nathan Massey were each given an envelope; one with 'love' on it and the other with 'money'.
Cara was given the money envelope so had to choose whether she was going to keep it for herself or share it with her beau. Luckily, she chose to share.
So how will it go down this year?
We think it's going to be the best twist yet...