We haven’t even obtained our Christmas tree down but however ITV are going full steam forward for new recruits for this yr’s Love Island 2019.
Applications are now formally open for the upcoming collection of the present, so should you fancy your probabilities as an islander, it’s now time to crack on with sending over your information.
Be ready although: there’ll be quite a bit of mugging off, quite a bit of cracking on, and quite a bit of scandal as you search for love within the Mallorca compound.
But it’s additionally the right excuse for you to replace your bikini assortment and possibly you’ll discover the Jack to your Dani – and take residence a £50ok prize within the course of.
So, if spending eight weeks within the solar appears like your bag, and also you’re up for coupling up for a summer of love, that is your likelihood.
You should be over 18, and be out there for eight weeks began from the start of May so as to participate.
You can apply for the collection by clicking right here.
Taking half on the present has confirmed to be surprisingly profitable to find love matches – with former contributors getting married and even having children within the 4 years the present’s been on-air.
Series two winners Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey now have an lovable son in Freddie and are engaged to be married.
Luis Morrison and Cally-Jane Beech from collection one have their daughter Vienna, and Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen have additionally made it down the aisle in 2018 (with a candy actuality present to seize all of it within the course of.)
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Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow have also stayed the course after meeting on the 2017 series.
Currently, from series four, winner’s Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer are still together, as are Wes Nelson and Megan Barton-Hanson, Josh Denzel and Kaz Crossley.
Love Island returns in May 2019.
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