The sun is finally shining (a little bit) and we’re officially counting down the days to when the 2022 series of Love Island is in our lives.
We can’t wait to find out which couple will be crowned the new Millie Court and Liam Reardon, who are flourishing as the current King and Queen of the villa (they’ve even moved into together in a plush pad in Essex). And we’re excited to see if the calls for more diversity in the application process happens too.
We’re officially buzzing for what’s to come. However, there could be another series of Love Island to get excited about if recent rumours are anything to go by, which will hopefully include familiar faces from past seasons as well as international editions.
Yep, rumours that a Love Island: All Stars series could be on its way after reports that ITV has trademarked ‘Love Island World’ which will allow use of the name for filming, advertising, marketing and other forms of entertainment including video games.
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Kaz Kamwi - fashion influencer
Before heading into the villa, Kaz was already an influencer (with 71k followers) and could have been earning up to £1,000 per post. So annually she could have been making £57,200.
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As well as the UK version, the Love Island concept has been used in 21 countries including America, Australia, South Africa, Norway, Germany and Sweden.
Versions are also in the pipeline for Romania, Nigeria and New Zealand.
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It’s all up in the air at the moment, with ITV representatives telling The Sun that the name was trademarked for a YouTube channel which would feature clips of old series - not a new reality show.
We can only hope that bosses will hopefully change their minds, could you IMAGINE the line-up?
Back in January, applications officially opened for the new series of the UK show this summer, and bosses are believed to have made some changes to the applications process to enough a diverse range of singletons to apply following calls for the show to include wider representation of different body types, race and sexuality.
According to reports, those in charge of the ITV2 show are also hoping to encourage applications from non-binary hopefuls – meaning those who do not identify as male or female.