Here’s everything we know about Love Island so far

Your summer starts now

2018 marks the beginning of season 4 of Love Island and we literally cannot wait. Why is it so addictive?! Is it because it makes us feel super summer? Because let’s be honest, nothing screams summertime more than a bunch of singles shacked up in a villa attempting to snog each other, whilst trying to avoid getting mugged off. Whatever it is, it has had the nation hooked in the past and we reckon Love Island 2018 is going to be the same. So grab your bikinis – we’re off to the villa….

Here’s everything we know so far about Love Island 2018…

When does Love Island 2018 start?

ITV haven’t yet confirmed a start date, but the show’s presenter, Caroline Flack, tweeted in early April that there was two months until show time. Plus, season three, which aired last summer, started on the 4th June. This could indicate an early June start time, which HELLO is in three weeks.

Flack also posted a teaser trailer on Instagram, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long.

Here we Gooooo! HELL YEH

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Where is the Love Island 2018 villa?

We’re not too sure, but it’s likely that the producers will keep the Mallorcan villa that’s been used in the past, but give it a bit of a make over in time for season four. As long as there’s a pool, gym and fire pit.

Love Island Water Bottles

Last year, everyone wanted to get their hands on their own personalised Love Island bottle. So much so, that the manufacturers struggled to keep up with demand and delivery times were months long. Will they be back for season four or will they have a little facelift? If this clip, which was posted onto ITV’s YouTube channel, is anything to go by the pink neon writing looks like it’s here to stay.

 

Love Island 2018 Cast

We have no idea who will appear this season, but we’re sure that the casting director’s of the ITV2 show won’t disappoint.

Love Island Make-up

Yesterday, Rimmel announced they’re the official make-up partners for Love Island 2018. Not only will it keep the cast stocked up with make-up, the brand has also created two Love Island transfer tattoos for them to wear during their eight weeks in the villa. Luckily, these tattoos will be available for us to buy too. They’re being sold exclusively at Superdrug from 23rd May and will cost £7.99. There are no visuals of the tats yet, but we predict an instant sell out already.

Update: Rimmel have revealed the designs for the tattoos and they look grrrrrrreat.

 

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Love Island 2017

Last year was probably the most addictive of all the seasons. From Marcel’s constant reminders that he used to be part of Blazin’ Squad to Chris and Kem’s bromance, we loved every moment of it. Unfortunately, last month saw the break up of Marcel and Gaby, meaning that since the end of season 3, most couples have actually parted ways. These include Chris and Olivia and winners Kem and Amber. Camilla and Jamie, however, seem to be still going strong and Jess and Dom even got married on Good Morning Britain. (Nothing weird about that at all.) It was recently announced that seasons 1-3 will be popping up on Netflix, meaning if you’re new to the party you’ll soon be able to catch up on old episodes.

Keep popping back for regular updates.

We’re counting down the days! Here’s to another summer of racing home from a night out to catch up with the Islanders.

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