Love Island: All Stars has been confirmed as heading to TV screens featuring past contestants from the hit dating show.
ITV has said the special new series will hit screens in early 2024 and celebrating the past 10 series by bringing back Islanders already known to fans for a second chance of finding love in the villa.
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Here is what we know about the new series.
When will Love Island: All Stars start?
Love Island: All Stars has been announced as starting in the 'New Year' in 2024, airing on ITV2 and ITVX. While an exact scheduling date is yet to be confirmed, it could well begin as early as the second week of January in the slot previously taken by Winter Love Island.
Mike Spencer, creative director at production company Lifted Entertainment, said: “It has been rumoured now for a while but we are thrilled to finally confirm that we are making Love Island: All Stars early next year for ITV2 and ITVX."
Who will take part?
Love Island contestants from the past 10 series will be in the running to return to the villa and compete to become the winning couple.
The contestant line-up has not been confirmed, so any one of your favourite Islanders would be taking part.
With the exception perhaps of Love Island couples who are still together and therefore not single and ready to mingle.
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These include Love Island 2019 contestant Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, Love Island 2016 alumni Alex and Olivia Bowen, and Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey and 2017's Jess Shears and Dom Lever - all of whom are married with kids.
Also among those still together are Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt from series 5 and Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico from 2020.
Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan who won Winter Love Island 2023 and Jess Harding and Sammy Root who won the latest series are currently still together along with several other love pairings who they shared the villa with.
But will the call of Love Island: All Stars be make or break for them?
Where will it be filmed?
Love Island: All Stars has been announced as taking place at the "stunning and luxurious South African villa" used for Winter Love Island. The last series was located at Franschhoek, a small old town in the green and rolling Western Cape province of South Africa.
The first Winter Love Island villa was located in Cape Town.
Who will host Love Island: All Stars?
Maya Jama took over from Laura Whitmore as the latest host of the show this year and has proved a huge hit with viewers. She is also the host of upcoming spin-off Love Island Games.
However, it is yet to be confirmed if she will be presenting the All Stars spin-off, or if the series will have a new host.
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