Love Island: Last News

Love Island is a British dating reality series. It is a revival of the earlier celebrity series of the same name, which aired for two series in 2005 and 2006 on ITV. The series is narrated by Iain Stirling, and was hosted by Caroline Flack until 2019; Laura Whitmore began presenting the series in 2020. In 2018, it won a BAFTA Award for Best Reality and Constructed Factual Show.

Iain Stirling teases potentially huge change to Love Island

If Love Island goes ahead this year we may need to park any thoughts of seeing attractive twenty-somethings cavorting in the Spanish sun.

Instead, it might be umbrellas and raincoats for this year’s crop of love (and clout) hungry contestants.

The show’s narrator and Laura Whitmore’s other half Iain Stirling has weighed in on what the show *could* be like this year and if he’s correct it won’t be the Love Island we know and love.

Chatting to The Metro, Iain said that he didn’t know what plans

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Love Island: Main News

Iain Stirling has dropped a hint that Love Island could be made in the UK this summer. Uncertainty over when coronavirus restrictions will be lifted means producers are already thinking of a back-up plan.The ITV show usually come from hot spot Majorca, where the romance-hunters enjoy regular 30s heat.
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