Adam Collard is reportedly set to head into the Love Island villa for a third time – there is really no stopping this man.
As the saying goes, the third time’s a charm and for Adam and his Love Island journey, that seems to be especially true.
The 27 year old first appeared on the dating series back in 2018 and then returned four years later in 2022 as the “ultimate bombshell”, being the first ever past islander to return to the show.
Following the announcement that the winter version of the show is set to be replaced by the new All-Stars series, it has been reported that Adam has his eye on it
Speaking to MailOnline, the personal trainer said: “Would I do it again, I don’t know. Never say never, I wouldn’t rule it out.
“I’m already one up on the world other than Kady [McDermott] so I’ll let the others catch up. Kady and I went to Marbella on a trip and she’s really nice, I thought I wouldn’t get on with her but she’s amazing.
“I don’t know how she felt going back in there though, I know I felt a little weird going in the second time and I think the All-Stars would do a bit better because everyone is in the same boat.”
A new dating show called All Stars is set to begin airing at the beginning of next year in place of the show we know and love.
The first Love Island winter series was originally cancelled in 2020 but was brought back for 2023 after new presenter Maya Jama took over from Laura Whitmore.
Hoping the series would increase ratings for the series in general, it did not go as well as producers had hoped.
According to the MailOnline, All Stars will still have the same vibe as Love Island but a slightly different format as we see former contestants of the show return to our screens for a second chance at love.
A source told the publication that “in terms of iconic Love Island stars who are now happily married including the likes of Olivia Attwood, producers are looking into cameo appearances so that they still involve fan favourites from the years gone by.”