Love Island will return this summer after getting the Covid all-clear
Love Island will return to our screens in June after the series received Covid all-clear.
ITV has now confirmed that the seventh series of the show will go ahead later this. It is likely the cast will return to the Majorca villa. The show is set to take extra precautions to ensure the safety and success of the show including flying out additional cast.
A source told The Sun ''Producers have watched shows like Dancing on Ice struggle during the pandemic. They don't want the same fate.
''All precautions have been taken to make sure it goes smoothly
''Besides the extra cast, they've incorporated Covid safety measures and increased checks on contestant's mental health''.
Laura Whitmore will host this year's series of Love Island.
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