Love Island’s Georgia Harrison has claimed that the series is definitely going ahead this year, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The reality star, 26, who appeared on the show in 2017 revealed that she knows some people who are currently being interviewed for the upcoming series.
She told The Sun: ‘I’m so jealous of anyone who gets to go on it. I’ve heard of a few people who are in the interview process and it’s just so exciting – I wish I could go back in time and be in their position again.
‘I don’t what you say who because I might get into trouble for that – they might get dropped. It’s just friends of friends – it’s just a few people I know.’
The show has been on pause since the first winter series finished in February 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic meaning that travelling to Majorca was not possible.
While it is not yet known whether the series will take place in Spain or potentially be relocated to the UK in a similar way as I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, ITV recently reopened its casting website to allow people to apply for the show.
Georgia added that she doesn’t think the show works anywhere except for Spain: ‘It would be weird if it was filmed anywhere apart from Mallorca.
‘They filmed the one in South Africa, but from what I’ve heard from the people at ITV – it was quite hard to
There has been no official word from ITV on whether or not the series will go ahead this summer or a potential start date as yet.
The show always receives tens of thousands of applicants for every series, though many of the Islanders are found through castings and social media.