love island australia returns for another season premiering Monday, October 31 at 6:00 p.m. exclusively on 9Now, with new episodes airing every night Monday through Thursday, and also available later every night on 9Go.
Sophie Monk is back as host and the island of love own Cupid, alongside the narrator, Irish presenter Eoghan McDermott.
Sophie Monk said: “I can’t wait for everyone to meet this amazing new cast. This year’s twists and turns are on another level, outrageous but in a good way.
“I love being back in Mallorca, I feel like the island of love for me. It’s going to be an incredible series that no one will be able to take their eyes off.
Back on the island of Majorca, the islanders must pair up and stay together to secure their place in the villa or risk being dumped and sent back, while surviving the temptations of new bombs arriving.
They must also convince the viewers who will ultimately decide their fate and the winning couple.
At the end of the series, the winning couple, as voted by the public, receives a $50,000 pot to start their new life together, but there is a very big catch: a partner has the right to decide whether to split the money 50/50, or walk away with the lot.
Love Island Australia Season 4:
Austen 22, Sydney, New South Wales
“I’m a sucker for romance. I love romantic movies. If you didn’t cry during The Notebook, there’s something wrong with you.
Mitchell 25, Sydney, New South Wales
“I’m looking for a girl who doesn’t take life too seriously, someone who pisses”
Jordan 25, Gold Coast, Queensland
“I get on really well with guys – I love my brothers. But at the same time, there’s nothing better than chasing after”
Conor 26, Sydney, New South Wales
“When I walk into a room, heads turn. Look at me”
Andre, 26, Perth, WA
“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I wouldn’t mind meeting a girl I could settle down with and build a future, you never know. It’s gonna be a crazy trip”
Callum, 24, Brisbane, Queensland
“I can’t wait to meet some great birds and work on my tan. It’s a victory, a victory”
Tak, 22, Brisbane, Queensland
“The girls look at me and think he’s dangerous. And girls like bad boys”
Claudia, 23, Adelaide, South Africa
“No one said no to me – ever”
Stella, 24, Brisbane, Queensland
“I think the experience will be amazing. I always have the best interests of the best people at heart and I want to do good and show people appreciation and love.
Holly, 25, Brisbane, Queensland
“I want to go out there and find love, but I’m not here to be people’s best friends and I’ve moved on either. If you don’t love me then it’s your fault, I’m not going to change myself”
Jessica, 26, Sydney, New South Wales
“I’m small but I have a punch. A lion does not lose sleep over the opinion of sheep”
Layla, 20, Melbourne, VIC
“I don’t believe in the girl code. If there’s someone I have a connection with, what am I supposed to do? »
Phoebe, 24, Sydney, New South Wales
“I usually pick the athletes, a very stereotypical type of athlete – the AFL players. I don’t allow myself, maybe I’ll try another sport.