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Love Island is returning for its second series of the year, so what can we expect from the summer series? Here's everything you need to know about season 10, from the start date to the location to the Islanders.
ITV2 confirmed there will be both a winter and summer villa of love and fans of the show were delighted to hear the news.
So after Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan won the £50,000 prize at the end of the winter series, viewers are already excited for the next cohort of Islanders, the first 10 contestants of the 2023 summer season have already been announced!
Here's everything we know so far including start date, contestants, the villa and more.
Love Island's summer series in 2023 will begin on June 5th at 9 PM, ITV has confirmed.
The first episode is just around the corner and can be watched on ITV2 and ITVX.
The contestants and lineup of the show usually remain top secret until the last minute before it hits our TV screens! A week before season 10 commenced, Love Island revealed the first 10 love hopefuls – read about each and every Islander here.
Before the official announcement, there were a lot of rumours circling around who will be entering the villa this summer; glamorous influencers, footballer's sons and soap star's daughters were all mentioned in the weeks leading up to Love Island.
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As the official presenter of Love Island and Aftersun, Maya Jama will of course return for a second series this year!
Her debut on the winter version was a total success with viewers, with fans praising her work, dress sense and hosting abilities.
Summer Love Island has regularly taken place on the beautiful island of Mallorca and 2023 is expected to make a return to the famous villa.
Producers moved location in 2022 after the original villa was reportedly unavailable.