Sunday, 12 July, 2020

Love Island 2017: Everything you need to know about the new series!

Love Island is soon back on ITV2 with romance, controversy and a load of drama – Here’s everything you need to know.

Caroline Flack is back on Love Island this summer, overseeing the ultimate game of love as the show returns to ITV2.

Love Island is entering its third series since being revived in 2015.

When does Love Island start?

ITV haven’t yet announced the official start date for the new series, although it’s rumoured to return at the end of May.

Who is presenting Love Island 2017?

Caroline Flack is back fronting the new series of Love Island.

Iain Stirling will return to voice the series, giving his own inimitable take on the islanders’ antics.

What can we expect from the new series?

There’ll be a group of singletons hoping for love across six weeks.

The winning couple of Love Island 2017 will share the prize of £50,000.

Contestants will be braced for a bombshell whenever Caroline drops in – she will be appearing in the villa throughout the series to deliver shock announcements and surprise twists that are guaranteed to test relationships in the islanders’ passion-fuelled paradise to the max.

It has also been reported that the show will be extended by an extra week.

Anything else to know?

Host Caroline will also host a brand new weekly live studio show in the UK that will keep Love Island on everyone’s lips throughout the summer.

With a panel of different celebrity guests each week, the show will offer viewers first reaction to the goings on in the villa, exclusive interviews with dumped islanders, and all the gossip from the sauciest and sexiest series to date.

Follow us on:

AD

Latest news

Graham Norton to star in Will Ferrell’s new movie

Graham Norton is set to star in Will Ferrell’s upcoming Netflix film about the Eurovision Song Contest.

Gogglebox’s June Bernicoff dies aged 82

Gogglebox favourite June Bernicoff has sadly died at the age of 82.

Filming Love Island in the UK ‘wouldn’t be the same’, ITV boss says

ITV boss Kevin Lygo has said that filming a UK version of Love Island ‘wouldn’t be the same’ and considers scrapping the show.

Has Netflix renewed ‘Never Have I Ever’ for a season 2?

Netflix’s comedy-drama Never Have I Ever has been tipped for a season 2 following its successful debut.
Advertisement

BBC’s The Greatest Dancer has been axed after two series

BBC has officially axed The Greatest Dancer after only two series due to 'falling viewing figures'.

Simon Cowell presses his Golden Buzzer for Britain’s Got Talent hopeful Fayth Ifil

Simon Cowell pressed his Golden Buzzer for Britain's Got Talent hopeful Fayth Ifil.

Nicole Raquel Dennis to play lead in Dreamgirls UK tour

Nicole Raquel Dennis has been confirmed to play the role of Effie White in the first ever UK tour of Dreamgirls.

BBC’s ‘The Big Night In’ fundraising event raises £27 million, government said to double it

'The Big Night In' saw the BBC’s biggest charitable partners, BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief partner together to raise money.

JLS announce free concert for NHS and frontline staff

JLS have announced a free concert for the UK's 'health heroes' as part of their comeback tour at the end of the year.

Meet the 12 celebs taking part in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins returns to Channel 4 this evening, meet the 12 celebrities taking part in the new series.