Love Island gets spin-off series Aftersun

Caroline Flack will host

Love Island has confirmed a new spin-off show for this year’s series called Aftersun.

Hosted by Caroline Flack, the sister programme promises more action from the luxury villa, exclusive interviews with the Islanders and a celebrity panel of guests offering their opinions on the goings on.

Love Island: Aftersun

The show will be broadcast live every Sunday night, and will give viewers the chance to get involved in the proceedings.

They want super fans to record vlogs about last year’s contestants in a no holds barred commentary of who you loved and loathed. The best ones will be used on air and social media.

Caroline Flack

Bosses of the show are jumping on the huge success of last year’s series by expanding their output for the reality show in 2017, which is due to start in June.

Although a date is yet to be fixed, 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.

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.”

Cara De La Hoyde

Nathan Massey

Cara De La Hoyde Nathan Massey

Cara de la Hoyde and Nathan Massey (above) won Love Island last year, both scooping the £50,000 prize.

They had seemed to be the most solid couple at the villa, but split just last month.


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