Here's When Love Island 2021 Will Start
16 June 2021, 14:17 | Updated: 16 June 2021, 14:19
Love Island returns to TV screens this summer, and the start date is just around the corner.
Love Island is making a huge comeback in 2021 after a year off of TV screens and the contestants on the line-up are already being rumoured.
With Love Island gearing up for its biggest series yet, the start date in June has been confirmed – and it’s just days away.
Two weeks before the show's launch, it was revealed the contestants are already in isolation in Mallorca, ready for their reality TV fame to begin and fans too are more ready than ever.
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Here's what we know about the Love Island 2021 start date...
When does Love Island 2021 start?
Love Island 2021 will begin on Monday 28 June at 9pm, ITV have confirmed.
Yep, just days away!
Love Island is set to return to its home of Mallorca, meaning this year’s singletons will get to enjoy a long-awaited holiday after months of lockdowns.
💌 A hot date for your diary: #LoveIsland returns to @itv2 and @itvhub on Monday 28th June! pic.twitter.com/MUvfRdjV8p— Love Island (@LoveIsland) June 16, 2021
The villa that’s been used on the sunny Balearic Islands is said to be back in action, with the crew preparing it to become the romantic hotspot it’s known so well for.
Laura Whitmore will return as the show’s host while her husband Iain Stirling will continue as the series’ iconic narrator.
The contestants are said to be “the most representative” line-up the series has had.
When we say we're ready!
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