Love Island: All Stars confirmed for 2024 in South Africa

The spin-offs keep rolling love island. Just two weeks ago, the producers of ITV announced Love Island Games, a spin-off that will see former contestants return to take on physical challenges and try to find love again. Now another spin-off with returning participants has been announced.

What we know about Love Island: All Stars

Mike Spencer, Creative Director of Lifted Entertainment said: “There have been rumors for a while but we are delighted to finally be able to confirm that we are producing ‘Love Island: All Stars’ for ITV2 and ITVX early next year.”

He continued: “It’s going to be a must-watch series as you see some of your favorite islanders from across the years return to the stunning South African villa to reconnect as their search for love continues .” I can barely wait for it.”

Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality Commissioning for ITV2 and ItvBe, also said: “After ten ratings-busting seasons of ‘Love Island’ on ITV2, we’re delighted to celebrate a decade of the number one dating show in the world with season one to be able to celebrate on TV.” of all time from ‘Love Island: All Stars’.”

Mortimer added: “I know audiences at our luxurious South African villa will be welcoming back some of Britain’s most famous islanders as they embark on a new search for love in a brand new version of our global hit.”

Finally, Martin Oxley, Head of Formats and Entertainment at GroupM Motion Entertainment, was also enthusiastic. “Motion is proud of its long partnership with Love Island and can’t think of a better way to celebrate this milestone alongside Lifted and ITV than by going on a date with our most loved and awaited islanders.”

Currently, Love Island: All Stars appears to be specifically for contestants on Love Island UK, the original version of the show.

Love Island: All Stars is slated to premiere in early 2024.


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