Love Island boss teases explosive All Stars series to bring back former Island residents
Love Island’s executive producer, Mike Spencer, has said that he would “love” to bring back the show’s stars – such as Molly-Mae Hague, Maura Higgins and Ovie Soko – for a special season
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Love Island bosses are hoping for the possibility of an ITV all-star dating special that will see the biggest Islanders return to the mansion.
The All Stars series could see the return of fan favorites like Molly-Mae Hague, Maura Higgins, Ovie Soko and Dani Dyer to sip their special bottles of water in the sunshine.
Love Island’s executive producer Mike Spencer said he “would love” to bring back the show’s stars for a special.
Speaking during a Q&A with fans on Reddit, he raised the possibility of the special series, getting fans excited.
He said, “Personally, I want to do a future ‘All Stars with the previous Islanders across all the movies. What do you think?”
He then added that the call would eventually be sent to broadcaster ITV, saying it “would be a question for the channel”.
Reacting to the prospect of Love Island doing the same, one fan replied, “That would be my DREAM!!! Let’s make it happen!!”
Another wrote: “As long as you bring [back] Our Queen Maura will be amazing! “
This comes after the broadcaster confirmed that Love Island will be back on our screens soon.
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ITV bosses have confirmed that the eighth series of the popular ITV2 show will premiere on Monday, June 6.
An announcement from the show’s official Twitter account read: “This is your first hot date of the summer Love Island is back Monday, June 6 on ITV2 and ITV Hub!”
That means we’re just a few days away from being able to meet singles looking for the latest love and people who want to be influencers.
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“This announces the start of summer,” one fan happily replied to the show’s tweet on Tuesday, with another adding: “I’m so ready for this!!! Ready!!! for my annual summer love!!!”
The trailer for the 2022 edition was revealed on Britain’s Got Talent last week and pokes fun at rival shows Too Hot To Handle and Love Is Blind.
Voiceover Iain Stirling said: “224 islanders have walked through the doors of the famous Love Island mansion, but don’t take it away from me, babies and brides can tell you. why we’re number one,” said voiceover Iain Stirling.
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“This summer love isn’t blind, it’s neon lights and we can cool the heat. We’ve got a mate in a fire pit. Love is we own it.”
The new mansion has been taking shape in recent weeks, with workers busy preparing the building for its unveiling on June 6.
It looks like the new piece could see some classic Love Island elements added to the villa, with photos showing construction of a modern terrace in progress.
In addition to the new setting, Love Island’s bosses also recently announced that they’ll be ditching fast fashion for the eighth series in favor of being more eco-friendly.
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