Laura Whitmore is returning to our screens very soon indeed (Picture: ITV)
Love Island is right around the corner, and it’s now been confirmed that the show will return to Spain on Monday June 28.
It’s been a long time coming, but after a long delay the programme will be back on ITV2 after being cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020.
It comes after reports that the Love Island cast is already in quarantine in Spain, as the show gears up for a hotly-anticipated new sizzling series.
The reality TV stars in the making are allegedly out in the Mediterranean, quarantining for two weeks so they are safely ready to mingle, according to reports.
Rumours of singletons included in the box-fresh Love Island line-up include aspiring influencer Lucinda Strafford, ex of Brighton & Hove Albion winger Aaron Connolly, 25-year-old NHS hospital doctor Toluwa Adepeju and Harley Benn, son of boxer Nigel Benn.
There’s also talk of the series welcoming its first-ever disabled contestant as it looks to present its most diverse cast to date.
After amputee Milly Pickles revealed she was asked to go on the show just a few days ago, it’s been reported that bosses are ‘actively approaching for someone with a visible disability’.
In April, it was also reported that producers had begun accepting applications from LGBT contestants.
However, bosses have since said that gay islanders would present ‘logistical difficulties’.
Love Island is set to start on June 28 ITV2. This Morning airs on weekdays at 10 on ITV.