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The sixth series of Love Island began broadcasting on 12 January 2020 on ITV2. The series was announced on 24 July 2019 when it was confirmed that two series would air in 2020, and is also the first winter edition of the series. Unlike the summer edition, the luxury villa is located in Cape Town. This series is also the first to be hosted by Laura Whitmore, having taken over from Caroline Flack. The series is narrated by Iain Stirling.

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Masked Singer fans convinced Firework is a Love Island winner after spotting ‘clues’ in her voice

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THE Masked Singer fans are convinced Firework is a Love Island star after spotting a "clue" in the sound of her voice. Viewers have been taking to Twitter to speculate that the hidden celeb could be winner of the ITV2 dating show, Paige Turley.

After the latest clues revealed the celebrity is "known for being on a reality show", fans think their identity has been exposed already.

The singing competition's viewers explained they had narrowed it down thanks to the sound of the mystery celebrity’s voice, which appeared to have an accent. "The reality of being a firework is that you're always looking for a spark," Firework said in a VT before their performance. "I like things that spark my interest. "I have a very short attention span.

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