Love Island 2019: Cast, Line-Up, Start Date And Latest Celebrity Islanders Rumours
6 March 2019, 15:52 | Updated: 6 March 2019, 15:56
Love Island 2018 was such a hit we already can’t wait to get stuck into the 2019 version. Here’s everything we know so far from the line up to Caroline Flack’s return.
Love Island 2019 – yes, we’re thinking about it already – is already being tipped as one of the biggest TV shows of the year.
Following the success of Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham and even Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, fans of the ITV2 show are already desperate to know things like the start date, cast and all the latest rumours for the next series.
So when will Love Island 2019 be on TV? And are there any rumours about the cast yet? While there is still a lot to be confirmed, here is what we know so far:
Love Island 2019 cast and line up
The producers and bosses over at ITV2 keep their top secret cast under wraps for as long as possible before the show, but rumours have already started.
Rumour has it, the producers are lining up smaller reality TV stars such as Ercan Ramadan from The Only Way Is Essex's Marbella spin-off, though his new relationship with Vicky Pattison may throw a spanner in the works.
An insider told a tabloid, "Love Island casting agents are approaching people with low-level fame to take part in this year’s show. Ercan was approached by casting producers in January.
"They told him he'd be a perfect fit for the show and that they really wanted him on board. He knows it would be good for his career but he's with Vicky now, so he's not sure how to play it.
"It's a total U-turn after Love Island bosses binned reality stars for the last series.But this year they know exactly who they want on the show. Everyone on Love Island must have a strong influence on social media - it's key to the success of the show."
Another name that has been bandied about for the show is bisexual Instagram star Braelin Kail Peery, who claims has been approached by producers.
The 20-year old model is from America and confirmed she was biseual on social media in September 2018.
i really just got asked to be on the show love island ...— braelin kail (@ohkailno) March 6, 2019
i. im. IM 20 AND HAVE NEVER BEEN IN A RELATIONSHIP BEFORE. I CANT ALREADY BE GOING ON LOVE SHOWS.— braelin kail (@ohkailno) March 6, 2019
Another contestant who has been rumoured to be entering the villa is Jane Park, who became the youngest ever EuroMillions winner at the age of 17.
Love Island 2019 start date
No official confirmation has been given but judging by the start date of previous years, we can make an educated guess that the release date will be Monday 3rd June 2019.
Can you apply to be on Love Island 2019?
Oh yes, producers are already on the look out for the best new females and males to spend a long hot summer in the famous villa in Mallorca.
Here’s everything you need to know about the application process.
Will Caroline Flack and Iain Sterling be back?
Is there really a Love Island without these two? Presenting and voicing the series since the beginning of the show, it’s not looking likely these two will quit anytime soon.