Love Island starts casting for series 7 sparking rumours show will finally return in 2021


LOVE Island has started casting for its latest stars – sparking rumours is is going to return in 2021.

The show has been off air since February, with coronavirus laying waste to plans to stage the ITV mega-hit twice a year.

Love Island has already started the casting process for its seventh series

But now its casting website has crackled back into life – inviting potential villa stars to apply for the show’s seventh series.

A return in January, as happened this year, is off the cards, lining up the show for a possible summer series in June.

A list of requirements for possible contestants lists only four things – that applicants must be 18 or over, have no family links to ITV or the Love Island producers, hold a passport and be free for eight weeks to film the show.

Applicants must then upload a short video explaining why they would be a great Islander – plus headshot and full-length photos.

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A warning states: “Videos that have a filter on them won’t be accepted!”

There are then questions about applicants’ jobs, genders and sexual orientation.

Love Island has aired ever year since 2015, when it was brought back after an initial run as a celebrity reality show.


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