Georgia Harrison wants ITV to make an all stars version of ‘Love Island’.
The former PA from Essex, England, was among the contestants on the 2017 series of the hit dating show, and she’s keen for producers to bring some of the most memorable and popular islanders back to the villa to give them another shot at finding love.
In her column for Closer magazine, Georgia insisted an all stars show would be a great way to help her find a relationship as well as the other former contestants who are still single.
She wrote: “I’m still single five years after I was on the show and if I got the opportunity, I’d go back in a heart beat.
“There was talk of an all stars version - how incredible would that be? They should bring us back and give us another shot at love.”
However, Georgia fears it will never happen because so many of the former Islanders have become friends since leaving the villa.
She added: “It would cause chaos, however, because former Islanders from different runs are pals now - for example I’m really good friends with Kaz Crossley, who was in the series after me. I think it would be amazing though. I may get in touch with ITV to see if it could happen.”
Georgia may have to wait some time though as Love Island executive producer Mike Spencer recently admitted they aren’t ready for an all stars version just yet.
He said: "All stars isn’t happening, it hasn’t been commissioned. I don’t think we’d do that because the main show is still so popular."
Mike did admit there is more chance of an international all stars show being commissioned in the future.
He added: “But if we did (make the show) maybe an international all stars with contestants from around the world would be good.”
'Love Island' has become a huge success around the world with versions running in the US and Australia as well as Germany, Italy, South Africa and Sweden.