Romance, relationships and plenty of drama are just around the corner as Love Island gets ready to return to our screens.
And the third series of the ITV2 reality programme promises to be hotter and sexier than ever, jetting a new group of stunning singletons to a sun kissed paradise for a summer of loving.
An ITV source has confirmed to Who’ll Win that this year year the show will last seven weeks – a week longer than previous series – so expect even more shameless flirting, secret hook ups and scandalous revelations in the luxury villa.
Host Caroline Flack is back as host on the show, bringing viewers the ups and downs of the Islanders, with Iain Stirling adding his dry humour to proceedings on all the events taking place in the villa.
Flack said “I'm super excited to host series two and start watching all those ridiculously hot people get it on. It's going be a long hot summer.”
While a date for the show is yet to be released, it is expected the series will start anytime between the end of May and the start of June.
At the end of the series the public decide who the winning couple are, and they walk away with a cool £50,000 prize.