We’re rapidly approaching our peak season of fun: it’s actually sunny outside, every evening feels like it requires a chilled glass of rosé and Love Island is officially coming.
That’s right, season 10 of Love Island is finally here – and ITV bosses have confirmed exactly when it will hitting our screens as well some ‘twists and turns’ coming our way. Producers are probably doing all they can to build up hype for the summer series since the January show saw ratings slump to the lowest in seven years.
Ready for some summer Casa Amor drama? Here’s everything we know about the summer Love Island 2023 so far.
When does Love Island 2023 start?
Very soon! Producers have confirmed the ITV reality show will return to our screens on Monday, June 5, following weeks of speculation.
A press release for Love Island says: “Returning to ITVX and ITV2 in June, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date and couple up in a bid to avoid being ‘dumped’ from the Island.
“With new arrivals, heads may turn, while others will prove their true feelings. From romance and heart-to-hearts to betrayal, bombshells, and broken hearts, there’s never a dull moment in the ultimate search for love.
“More texts, fire pit gatherings, and challenges await the lovestruck Islanders, meaning there’ll be plenty for them to dish the dirt on in the Beach Hut.
“Twists and turns will follow every step of the way, with shock recouplings, unexpected breakups and dramatic dumpings.”
Who will host Love Island 2023?
ITV have confirmed that Maya Jama is returning as the Love Island summer 2023 host, after taking over from Laura Whitmore in the last season. ITV said “Love Island will see Maya Jama make her return as host presiding over all of the Villa action.”