Love Island Summer Series 2020: Is It Going Ahead And When Will It Be On?
21 February 2020, 11:48 | Updated: 21 February 2020, 11:51
Will there be a summer series of Love Island 2020? And will Laura Whitmore still present it? Here's everything we need to know about the next ITV2 series.
Love Island 2020 kicked off with the winter series giving us characters such as Shaughna Phillips and Siannise Fudge - but will there be a summer series of Love Island this year? And how long will it be on for?
As we get ready to close the Cape Town villa with the final, fans are already intrigued as to whether there will be another series of summer Love Island and if we can expect to see Laura Whitmore make a return.
Here's everything you need to know about summer Love Island from how long it's on and to who will be hosting:
When will summer Love Island 2020 be on?
As the ITV producers are currently very busy with the winter edition, hosted by Laura Whitmore for the first time, they have yet to confirm their plans for the summer.
However, judging by the past few years, Love Island usually begins in June and finishes in July.
How long will the summer Love Island be on for?
The winter edition is a shorter version to what we’re use to, only lasting six weeks.
And because of the two runs of Love Island, it's been confirmed that the summer series will also only run for six weeks.
Will Laura Whitmore host summer Love Island?
After a successful stint on Love Island 2020 in Cape Town, it's likely Laura Whitmore, Iain Stirling's girlfriend, will return for another series.
However, as it's early days in the production of the show, nothing has been confirmed just yet.