Today, we’re treating you to your very first look at the fresh batch of singletons looking for love – and it looks set to be one hell of a long, hot winter for the school of 2020.
Blessed be the gods at ITV2 for blessing us with not one but two series of Love Island this year.
If the winter blues are already setting in or you’re looking for some respite from dry January (because, same), the winter edition of Love Island is here and GLAMOUR is reporting live from the villa in South Africa to bring you all the latest news on TV’s most popular show.
This year’s line-up of singletons are about to embark upon a scintillating winter of dates, drama, romance and relationships, with host Laura Whitmore welcoming the new cast to a plush new villa in Cape Town, South Africa. Iain Stirling (who happens to be Laura’s boyfriend, natch) also returns with his inimitable take on all the island action as the show’s narrator.
Kicking off on Sunday the 12th at 9pm on ITV2, it’s time to cancel those rainy-day plans as another sizzling line-up of singles head to the brand new luxury villa in Cape Town. Laura Whitmore will present the main show which airs every night at 9pm on ITV2 apart from Saturdays when Love Island: Unseen Bits will be bringing viewers all of the best unseen and exclusive action from the villa. Laura will also host Love Island: Aftersun, which will air live from London on Monday nights at 10pm.
As they flirt, date, break up and make up, the fresh batch of Islanders will be trying to capture the hearts of each other – and the nation – as the viewers decide their favourite couple and declare them the Love Island series 6 winners.
So whose heads will be turned? Who will be dumped from the Island? And who will couple up and be in with a chance of winning a share of the £50k prize money?