After a year’s absence, Love Island is finally returning to our screens this summer – and to its original villa in Mallorca.
Last airing its one (and only) winter series in January 2020, the ITV2 dating show was pulled last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The new series premieres tomorrow night – and fans are more than a little excited to see who’s in a relationship and who’s getting tricked.
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Ahead of the first episode, host Laura Whitmore gave fans a tantalizing tour of the villa, which has had a facelift for this season.
Watch the video above for a look inside the villa.
All of the contestants signed strict rules before appearing on the popular show.
As for how they make sure they don’t lock lips before the show, they are kept in strict lockdown – and even their phones are taken away from them.
Additional measures see them placed in separate accommodation on different parts of the island.
And to make things even harder, they’re chaperoned so they definitely can’t go looking for their fellow islanders before the show starts.
We’ll get our first look at the new islanders in action tomorrow night.
Love Island begins at 9 p.m. on ITV2 on Monday June 28.