When Does Love Island 2018 Start? And How Long Is Love Island On For? Important Details Revealed
30 May 2018, 18:11 | Updated: 4 June 2018, 16:11
Love Island 2018 is already causing havoc with its start date and a fresh new line up. Find out everything you need to know about the ITV2 show including how long it’s on for and when the final is.
Love Island 2018 is being teased all over social media and ITV2 already so we’re sure this is going to be the best series yet! Sorry Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes…
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When Does Love Island Start?
The fourth series of Love Island is launching on Monday 4th June 2018 at 9pm.
Taking to witter, Love Island confirmed the news with a video of presenter Caroline Flack winking from a plane alongside the caption, 'Wave goodbye to your social life, we’re landing Monday 4th June at 9pm on
Wave goodbye to your social life, we’re landing Monday 4th June at 9pm on @itv2. #LoveIslandpic.twitter.com/Gtt49qZtXC— Love Island (@LoveIsland) May 23, 2018
So get that date in your calendar ASAP, set an alarm and prepare for another summer of incredible TV.
What Channel Is Love Island 2018 On?
Love Island 2018 will be shown on ITV2, much like the previous versions of the show.
Who Is Presenting Love Island 2018?
Having hosted the show since 2015, 38 year old presenter Caroline Flack is back to host the 2018 series too! Her Instagram is @carolineflack.
Caroline has been dating former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Andrew Brady for several months and their relationship as gained a lot of intrest from the media. Will Andrew be joining Caroline out in the villa? We'll have to wait and see!
What Is The Love Island 2018 Prize Money?
When couples win Love Island, they are awarded a prize fund worth £50,000. Not bad for spending the summer in a villa with some gorgeous housemates and finiding love eh.
This time around though, you'll be voting for one solo Love Island winner and that person will be able to choose whether they split the £50,000 cash prize with their partner or not. Oooh just imagine the drama if they don't!
Where Is The Love Island 2018 Villa?
The Love Island villa was located in Mallorca for 2017 and the 2018 series is no different. Contestant on the show will be treated to a massive hot tub and plenty of other luxurious settings in arguably the best villa yet.
As we know, the weather is always beautiful during the summer onths in Mallorca, so the contsetants can look forward to coupling up in the sun and spending plenty of time in the pool during the series!
Who Is The Love Island 2018 Voiceover?
The voiceover on the show is comedian Iain Stirling. The 30 year old funnyman is currently dating the presenter of Love Island's sister show Survival Of The Fittest, Laura Whitmore. His Instagram is @iaindoesjokes.
Who Is In The Cast Of Love Island 2018?
This is the BIG question! On May 28th, Love Island officially released the new contestant list on Twitter & we couldn't be more hyped!
WE'RE BACK! It's time to meet the scorching singles ready to get their graft on this summer… #LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/gKGxNbEJuB— Love Island (@LoveIsland) May 28, 2018
How Long Does Love Island 2018 Last?
In previous series' Love Island has run for seven weeks, but it's reported that due to the success of the last series, producers are looking to expand the 2018 edition by a week, meaning it'll last eight weeks!
An extra week of hot Love Island goodness!? Yes please!
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