Summer of 2021 saw the return of many things, from pubs to live music. But for us this did't come at the best time, as Love Island also returned, meaning we just had to spend every night watching 👀. We may as well have been in lockdown to be honest.
And what a series it was - from the chemistry between winning couple Millie Court and Liam Reardon, to the drama between Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish. But like all good things must, the series eventually came to an end.
Well, we’ve got good news if, like us, you’re a little bit lost without Love Island as ITV have provided us with something amazing to tide us over until we get a brand new series later this year.
Brace yourselves… YOU CAN NOW WATCH ALL SEVEN SERIES ON LOVE ISLAND ON THE ITV HUB.
Yup. You can catch up with the OG Islanders, relive that moment Jon Clark actually proposed to Hannah Elizabeth in the villa in series one and reminisce that epic Malin Andersson / Terry Walsh showdown in 2016.
It’s safe to say our lockdown just got a whole lot better.
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Paige Turley and Finn Tapp: TOGETHER
They made their romance official within the Love Island villa, and 2020 winners Paige and Finn are still going strong back in the UK!
The exciting news was announced on the official Love Island Instagram account as they shared a snap of all six winning couples and wrote, “Every episode. Every series. Every bit of drama. ❤️🏝 Watch now on #ITVHub. 👀 #LoveIsland.”
Fans were over the moon, with one writing, “Omg!! This is so exciting 😊,” while a third commented, “Omg thankyouuu!!”
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Look! More news!
Love Island will return to our tellies later this year for its eight series. We know, such a long wait - why can't they bring back winter Love Island? ITV recently announced that applications are open to appear on this series, so why not take a chance and apply? Do you see yourself as the next Faye Winter or Molly-Mae Hague? or perhaps you want to be the next Liam Reardon or Marcel Somerville?
ITV bosses also recently announced a major change to the applications process. Changes have apparently been made to encourage a diverse range of singletons to apply. This follows calls for the show to include wider representation of different body types, race and sexuality.