After what seems like an eternity, Love Island will finally return to our screens TOMORROW (4 June) and we can’t wait to see what this year’s Islanders get up to.
One of things we love about the show is voiceover star Iain Stirling’s absolutely hilarious narration and ahead of the new series, he’s opened up about the moment that he found most difficult to watch.
“I suppose anything that involves heartbreak is hard to watch, because we’ve all been through heartbreak and we all know how difficult it is,” he told Metro.
“I think I got quite sad when Camilla got upset when Johnny left her, in series three. That was quite heartbreaking because I think it took so much for Camilla to open up in that romantic way and to have that thrown back in her face must have been very difficult.”
We feel ya, Iain.
In exciting AF Love Island news, we could be getting two series of the show a year as show bosses are apparently ‘in talks’ to bring back Celebrity Love Island.
Back in 2005, the show was hosted by Patrick Kielty and Kelly Brook and involved celebrities including Calum Best and Bianca Gascoigne heading to Fiji to try and find love with each other. It only lasted for two series before being axed and brought back 10 years later as the show we know and love, but it’s thought that show bosses are considering reviving a celebrity edition of the show after the reboot’s HUGE success.
GALLERY: Love Island 2018 contestants
Love Island 2018 contestants (slider)
Age: 29Occupation: Cabin CrewFrom: Stirling, Scotland
Age: 21Occupation: BarmaidFrom: East London
Age: 21Occupation: ModelFrom: Liverpool
Age: 26Occupation: Retail ManagerFrom: Blackpool
Age: 22Occupation: West End PerformerFrom: London
Age: 23Occupation: Student and Construction WorkerFrom: Coventry
Age: 22Occupation: ModelFrom: London
Age: 22Occupation: Personal Trainer and Gym DirectorFrom: Newcastle
Age: 26Occupation: Stationary Sales ManagerFrom: Kent
Dr. Alex George
Age: 27Occupation: A&E DoctorFrom: Carmarthen, West Wales
Age: 20Occupation: Electrical and Nuclear Systems Design EngineerFrom: Staffordshire
“It’s a no-brainer to bring back the celebrity version. It will mean they can air two series a year – a regular one and a celebrity one,” a source told the Daily Star on Sunday.
They continued: “It’s an easy format to slot celebs into, and the villa and location are available in January so ITV are costing everything up and speaking to sponsors,” suggesting that the celebrity version of the show could hit our screens in the winter months.