Love Island 2018 Start Date Confirmed!
Caroline Flack has confirmed Love Island's series 2 start date to be June 2018.
Caroline, who presents the popular ITV2 series, took to Twitter and retweeted a gossip account breaking the news that Love Island will return to our screens in just 2 months.
Due to the huge success of last years series it’s no surprise that the show saw a massive increase in the amount of applications this year. The Sun has reported that an insane 80,000 people have applied to take part in Love Island’s 2018 series.
There’s good news for applicants this year with sources saying that the show wants to include nearly double the amount of contestants in order to “stir things up”. Although we doubt that will be enough to include all 80,000 hopefuls.
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