The popular reality dating show Love Island will be airing a new celebrity spin-off series in early 2024, according to an exclusive report from an entertainment news outlet. Dubbed Love Island: All Stars, the upcoming show will feature former contestants from past seasons traveling to a lavish South African villa for another attempt at sparking a romantic connection on television.
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While the specific cast has yet to be confirmed, inside sources suggest that even former Islanders who are currently in relationships could make cameo appearances on the spin-off. The announcement coincides with the flagship Love Island series being nominated for a major television award this week.
In a statement, a creative executive for the production company behind Love Island expressed enthusiasm about finally being able to confirm the new All Stars edition. He hinted that viewers can expect to see some of their most beloved contestants from throughout the years going on dates and coupling up in the villa once again. Mean while Peacock’s Love Island Games will be streaming from November 1st 2023.
Meanwhile, a programming executive for the network airing the show said Love Island: All Stars will be the perfect way to celebrate a decade of the massively popular matchmaking series. By bringing back the most iconic UK contestants, the spin-off aims to deliver all the romance, drama, and recoupling twists that fans have come to expect.
Only one couple will be left standing at the end to be crowned the winners this time around. The announcement has built major buzz and left fans speculating which unforgettable Islanders will get another shot at finding The One when the celebrity edition hits screens next year.
Who are the contestants?
The following Love Island contestants are expect in the All-Star Love Island.
- Megan Barton-Hanson
- Georgia Steel
- Maura Higgins
- Hannah Elizabeth
- Kem Cetinay
- Theo Campbell
- Jack Fowler
- Ovie Soko