Love Island launch date confirmed by ITV - and it's only days away

Love Island start date has been confirmed
Love Island start date has been confirmed -Credit:ITV

Love Island 2024 will launch on Monday, June 3, at 9pm and will air on ITV1, ITV2, ITVX, STV and STV Player, ITV confirmed on Wednesday. The dating show will then continue on ITV2 and ITVX for the remainder of the series.

A group of singletons will move into a luxury villa in Majorca, Spain, where they will go on dates and complete a variety of challenges in the hopes of finding their true love. The winner will bag a share of the £50,000 prize fund.

The Love Island 2024 line-up is still yet to be announced, but Maya Jama will be fronting the show as host for the fourth time. The 29-year-old has also worked on a winter, summer and All-Stars edition of the ITV show since taking over from Laura Whitmore in late 2022.

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Maya Jama will return for Love Island 2024 -Credit:ITV

Maya will also present Love Island: Aftersun live from London every Sunday on IT2 and ITVX. She will be joined by a variety of all-star panelists including regulars Sam Thompson and Indiyah Polack.

Former love islanders Amy Hart, Chris Taylor and Jordan Stephens will also take part in the spin-off show as they discuss all the goings on from the Villa this summer.

Love Island All Stars aired earlier this year and saw Molly Smith and Tom Clare win the show, beating competition from Callum Jones and Jess Gale, who placed second overall.

Meanwhile, Love Island 2023, which unfolded across June and July of last year, saw Jess Harding and Sammy Root rise to the top of the ranking. The couple broke up less than two months after leaving the villa.

Love Island returns at 9pm on Monday 3rd June on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.

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