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31 January 2024, 09:43 | Updated: 6 February 2024, 10:32
Love Island: All Stars has its first batch of Islanders, including exes Molly Smith and Callum Jones, but who will be joining them as bombshells?
Love Island: All Stars is underway and viewers are watching Islanders such as Georgia Harrison, Toby Aromolaran and more return to the show that made them famous, for a second chance at love, this time in a brand new villa in South Africa.
As well as the confirmed contestants, iconic and unforgettable Islanders, there are a few more names still to join, in the form of bombshells – the first two being Joshua Ritchie, who diehard fans of the show will know from season one, Arabella Chi, who's got history with Toby, Tyler Cruickshank who dated Kaz Kamwi, Tom Clare from series nine and Sophie Piper from series six. Case O'Gorman and Joanna Chimonides also recently joined the drama.
Joseph Garratt and twins Jess and Eve Gale are the latest bombshells to arrive with the aim of ruffling some feathers, having taken part in series five and six respectively.
But who are the Love Island All Stars bombshells? Who's already entered as a surprise addition and who's still rumoured to make a return? Here’s the latest…
Jo was originally on Love Island series five in 2019 alongside Anton Danyluk. He's back looking for love once again, but this time he's got a past with some of his co-stars; Georgia Harrison and Molly Smith.
Only time will tell how deep these romantic connections really went.
Joanna is back in the Love Island villa five years after she first entered the show and met now-ex Michael Griffiths who dumped Amber Gill to be with her after having his head turned in Casa Amor.
The Islander was famously dumped during one of the beach club parties and was left furious when Michael didn't follow after her, choosing to stay in the villa instead.
Casey is back on Love Island and reunited with BFF Tom Clare after they first appeared on series nine together last year.
During his brief time on his original series he was coupled up with Claudia Fogarty, who he eventually dumped for Rosie Seabrook. This time around, he has his sights set on Tom's partner Molly Smith.
Sophie Piper is heading back into the Love Island villa four years after first taking part in the show for its first series in South Africa. Asked why she's giving the show another go, Sophie said: "It’s a once in a lifetime experience and not something that comes up every day. You get the chance to really get to know someone without social media and the intense environment of going on a date."
Tom Clare turned a lot of heads in Love Island series nine last year, but after a short relationship with fellow Islander Samie Elishi he's heading back to the villa to find love.
Asked who is 'top' Islanders are, Tom said: "I really liked Molly Smith, she’s stunning. Joanna Chimonides and Arabella Chi are both very attractive."
Tyler, 28, reunited with ex Kaz Kamwi when he returned to Love Island as an All Stars bombshell. He and Kaz met on Love Island series seven in 2021 but split four months later and now fans are hoping they might rekindle their flame.
Asked about reuniting with Kaz, Tyler said: "I haven’t seen Kaz for two years, which is a long time. She is a lovely girl and has a heart of gold. There shouldn’t be any bad blood between us, especially not on my side. Kaz deserves the world. I won’t know how I feel seeing her until I see her."
Arabella, 32, was first on Love Island in 2019 for series five, where she caught the eye of Danny Williams but was only in the villa for a week.
After the show she dated fellow Islander Wes Nelson and had a short fling with Toby Aromolaran, who she's just come face to face with once more on All Stars.
Before returning to the villa Arabella's been globetrotting; living in Dubai before moving to Ibiza in 2022. She was even spotted hanging out with Leonardo DiCaprio on his yacht on the party isle last summer.
Joshua Ritchie, who first appeared on Love Island in series one with Hannah Elizabeth and Luis Morrison, was the first bombshell to join All Stars.
He fuelled speculation he was entering the villa when he wiped a huge portion of his social media days before the show’s launch, just as it was revealed the show’s bosses have lifted Islanders’ social media ban so they can decide whether their family and friends post on their behalf.
Twin sisters Jess and Eve, who took part on Love Island in its first winter series in 2020, are back in for the All Stars edition.
The siblings were rumoured to be contestants before the show even began. The tabloids' source said at the time: “Jess and Eve were a hit with viewers when they first appeared four years ago and made great telly with their bubbly personalities. Adding sisters to the mix offers another dynamic to the action and they are bound to turn heads when they arrive and cause a stir with Islanders who are already coupled up.”
Still rumoured to be entering All Stars as bombshells are...
Olivia, also from series nine, is reportedly ‘on standby’ for the All Stars villa as producers wanted ‘controversial’ Islanders to stir things up.
Danica, like Olivia, is apparently ‘on standby’ to head into the All Stars villa as a bombshell. She took part in Love Island series eight, with Islanders including Gemma Owen and Luca Bish, and was unlucky in love until footballer Jamie Allen arrived. However, they were the first couple from the series to announce their split.
The tabloids’ source said: “Liv and Danica may not actually make it into the villa but they’re part of the pool of former stars on standby – and if their previous Love Island appearances are anything to go by, they’ll both be at the front of the queue if fireworks are required.”
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