LOVE Island returns this night, with a Worcester lad rumoured to be amongst these to shake up the sequence.
The hit ITV2 courting present begins with a semi-professional footballer, a mannequin and a luxurious occasion host among the many singletons heading into the villa in Mallorca.
Within the preliminary solid are Shannon Singh, Sharon Gaffka, Aaron Francis, Hugo Hammond, Liberty Poole, Jake Cornish, Kaz Kamwi, Brad McClelland, Chloe Burrows, Toby Aromolaran and Faye Winter.
New episodes will air on weekdays at 9pm, with the primary episode being an hour and 35 minutes and the remaining instalments airing from 9pm till 10pm.
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Among the many names rumoured to be showing on this sequence as one of many bombshells to shake up the villa is James Value, 23, who was beforehand romantically linked to 2019 contestant Lucie Donlan.
James, who’s initially from Worcester, is reportedly in last talks with producers, who’re “actually eager on signing him this yr”.
The MailOnline’s insider added: “He’s cheeky, enjoyable and good-looking – and will probably be a sure-fire hit with the feminine contestants, whereas he’s additionally looking out for his dream woman.”
The insider mentioned the recruitment marketing consultant now lives in Fulham and spent “a variety of time earlier than the pandemic partying in Chelsea.”
The present this yr is being filmed on a Covid-secure set in Majorca, on the outskirts of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, with Laura Whitmore presenting and comic Iain Stirling offering the present’s voiceover.
The present might run for upwards of six to eight weeks, with contestants hoping to couple up and final to the tip of the sequence.
Within the last the profitable couple chosen by the general public is given two envelopes – one with the £50,000 prize cash, the opposite with nothing inside.
The contestants with the money then chooses between love or cash, as they’re given the choice to both share or steal it from their companion, protecting all of it to themselves.
Nobody within the historical past of the present has ever taken the prize cash all for themselves.