The Love Island series airs on June 28 and just under two weeks away – now all you need is something to keep you cool while watching the summer!
It’s not just the Love Island Villa that’s been given a stylish summer makeover – the iconic water bottles have been too.
The popular product has a new look as the show returns for a new series.
Fans can’t wait for the sexy dating show to get closer as the contestants are already in quarantine.
The start date for Love Island 2021 has finally been confirmed, and viewers don’t have long to wait.
The series will air on June 28, just under two weeks from now.
Now all you need is something perfect to sit next to while you watch on your couch.
Legendary water bottles now feature a slimmer design and matte white finish.
The double-walled stainless steel body means the bottle is suitable for hot and cold drinks.
Hundreds of thousands of personalized bottles have been sold since they hit the internet in 2017.
Of course, the islanders use them too – and with your name scrawled on the side, you are one of them.
Will van Rest, ITV Games, Live and Merchandise Director, said: ‘The Love Island water bottle is one of the most recognizable elements of any television show and has been a smash hit. to viewers.
“This year we gave them a refresh and they will be back in the villa and available for fans to purchase to host the summer show again.”
Love Island hasn’t aired since the very first winter series aired in early 2020 and fans have been missing it.
There’s not long to wait until we can experience the all-new set for ourselves.
The news was confirmed on Wednesday’s episode of This Morning by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
In the style of the show, they received a text confirming the news, which read: “Love Island is back! Monday June 28 9pm, ITV2 and ITV Hub.”
It ended with the hashtags #ThisIsNotADrill and #CrackOn.
Holly said, “That’s exciting, isn’t it? Awesome!”
It comes after it was reported that new Love Island contestants were already in quarantine before filming began.
The new series would also feature its first-ever disabled contestant after producers contacted influencers with disabilities to participate.
The ITV show has had a record number of applications this year and bosses have already interviewed more than 1,000 aspirants ahead of the new series.
Due diligence is vital before the sizzle of summer.
There will be psychological support on hand, as well as training on how to handle abuse on social media.
Islanders will also receive financial training and full aftercare when they leave the show.
Love Island starts June 28 at 9 p.m. on ITV2