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Love Island USA renewed for season 3 as series prepares for summer production in Hawaii

Love Island USA fans will get to see a new batch of islanders try to find love as the reality series has been renewed for season three on CBS.

After having to film the second season in Las Vegas, the third season is expecting to take place in Hawaii and is already casting new constestants.

The renewal news was announced by Thom Sherman, Senior Executive Vice President, Programming, CBS Entertainment during CBS’ virtual press tour event on Wednesday.

Hosted by Arielle Vandenberg, the first season premiered in 2019 and was filmed in a villa in Fiji.

The second season, which ran for 34 episodes, was shot at Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel the Cromwell in Sin City.

Season two made history when it was won by Justine Ndiba, 24, and Caleb Corprew, 27, as they became the first Black couple to reign victorious on the reality dating show.

However, the pair split up just three months after winning the series, with Justine releasing a statement that said she was still going through the ‘process of heartbreak and healing’ and that it’s been ‘very hard’ for her.

Caleb went on to reveal he’d received death threats in the hours after announcing the split, with many fans under the belief he already has a new girlfriend.

After some sleuthing from followers, it appears Caleb spent Christmas and New Year’s Eve with a girl that definitely wasn’t Justine.

In a snap, which was taken from the TikTok account of the reality star’s sister, Caleb could be seen posing with his family and his rumored new girlfriend.


Credit: Original article published here.

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