When is Love Island back on TV: Everything you need to know about the new series

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When is Love Island back on TV: Everything you need to know about the new series

Cannae wait, mate

We don't mean to alarm you, guys and gals, but you might wanna cancel all social plans you might have made for summer. Why? Because ITV have literally just announced that Love Island's coming back to TV with Caroline Flack on presenting duties aaaaall over again. Oh, and a new spin-off studio show with some snazzy guests.

Can we get a 'YAAAAS'?

Now,'cause we're dead nice to ya (and it's sort of our job) we thought we'd bring you all the latest on the show. So, yeah.

Here you go:

When is Love Island back on TV?

There's no official date for when Love Island's back yet (we're predicting it will be in a couple of weeks), but to get you all hyped-up the official press release says: "As well as introducing this year’s fresh batch of Love Islanders, 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."

Fab.

What channel is Love Island on?

ITV2.

And how to watch Love Island online?

ITV Player is your friend, honeybunches. Go catch up.

Who presents Love Island?

Caroline Flack's been confirmed as the presenter of the new series. HOORAH.

Look, has anyone of influence even commented on Love Island 2017 yet?

FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK. Commissioning editor for ITV Comedy and Entertainment Amanda Stavri said “Last year, Love Island became a real part of the national conversation and now, our new studio show will help feed our viewers’ appetite for more.

"If the twists and turns are anywhere near as fast paced as last year, it looks like Caroline and our studio guests will have plenty to talk about."

Who won Love Island 2016, again? Remind me.

Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, remember? LOVE 'em. They've also announced that they're expecting a baby together, revealing the news just a month after they announced their amicable split.

:( :(

And even though they reportedly have no plans to get back together, they are both super excited about becoming parents.

Awwww!

Cara broke the news of her pregnancy to OK! Magazine: "It’s a shame and a sad situation. I know a lot of people will think, well you’re going to have a baby together so just stay together – but we’re not going to do that just to look like the perfect couple.

"Me and Nathan would always speak about kids, we said maybe when we’re 30, but sometimes life doesn’t go to plan."

Speaking of past Love Island couples, are Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen still together?

YUP. They're engaged and everything. Adorable.

How to apply for Love Island?

Head over to itv.com/loveisland/news/apply-love-island-2017 if you're single af. Or in a relationship, whatever you're into.

What's Love Island's Instagram?

Over here @loveisland, mate.

What's Love Island's Twitter?

You can find all the goss over on @LoveIsland.

Is there a Love Island series 3 trailer?

Sure is, and it looks hot, hot, HOT.

YAAAAAS.

Are they any changes to this year's Love Island?

SO BLOODY MANY AND WE'RE SO EXCITED FOR 'EM.

In news that will make our summer a whole lot better and guarantee this will be the best series yet - Love Island will officially be seven days longer.

Yep that seven more days full days of sun, sex and saucy shenanigans.

According to The Sun, a source revealed: "Due to the massive success of last year’s series among viewers, bosses have decided to extend the current one by a week.

"They hope this will give contestants a greater chance of finding love and lead to more summer loving than ever before."

AAHHHHH!

And what's the deal with Caroline Flack's spin-off show Aftersun?

ITV2 have confirmed that Cazza's new show will be called Aftersun* (of course) and will feature different celebrity guests every single week.

The show will include all the gossip from the Love Island villa, along with exclusive interviews, discussions from the celebrity panellists and Love Island super fans will also have loads of opportunities to get in on the action.

Yep. Love Island want you. To get involved, upload a short video of yourself on the Love Island website telling us which of last year’s Islanders you loved and which you loathed and you could make you way on air, on social media and beyond!

Any hints about the Love Island line-up?

Well, not really. It's all very hush hush at the moment but there have been some rumours swirling around that Love Island bosses have flown a group of hopefuls out to the Spanish villa for a five-day trial in a bid to see who is the WILDEST.

Oi-oi.

A source told The Sun: "The trial will be seriously debauched. The contestants know misbehaving is the way to get on the show – but that leads to all sorts. Last year contestants romped on TV and producers were forced to provide the villa with extra condoms.

"This year’s crop of hopefuls will have a lot to live up to."

So there you go - loads of info on the next series of Love Island. We cannot. bloody. wait.

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