It was confirmed earlier this year that an All-Stars version of Love Island would be hitting our screens, but now more information has dropped.
The spin-off series will see popular contestants from the US, UK, Australia and other international versions of the dating show who are looking for a second chance at love.
Set to be called Love Island Games, it will see the singletons couple up and compete in different games and challenges as one will be crowned the winner.
Produced by ITV Entertainment and airing on Peacock this autumn, The Sun has revealed that filming is set to begin in October in Fiji.
A source told the publication: “Filming kicks off in Fiji in October – that’s where theythe US version of the show.
“Bosses are in talks with over 100 contestants from the US, UK and Australian versions of the show including a controversial UK winner and one of the most memorable girls from a legendary season.”
It was previously reported that Maura Higgins, Sophie Piper, Kem Cetinay and Scott Thomas were all set to be on the wish-list for the upcoming series.
While Maura has since revealed she is off the market, she’s still someone on ITV’s radar.
Speaking about the possibility of an all-stars season being on the cards, executive producer Mike Spencer told RadioTimes that he would ‘love’ to make it happen.
Spencer said: “I think I said I’d like to do one last year and then everyone started talking about it! I can’t say anything yet but I’d love to do an all stars!”
When he was asked who he would like to see back, and if Maura was going to return to our screens, he said: “I had breakfast with her the other day.
“She’s so funny. She’s amazing, so I’d love to see her on it.”