Here’s All You Need To Know About Love Island 2018

It's not too late to apply...

The buzz around the fourth season of Love Island is definitely building up, and we’re 100% on the bandwagon.

Get ready for the Love Island hole in your life to fill back up again, because the 2018 season is just around the corner. We’ve rounded up all the must-know details of our favourite guilty pleasure.

When does it start?

Although the start date of the latest season is yet to be confirmed by ITV, from looking at the last few seasons, it’s apparent that the show will start around late May/early June. The show always airs during summer, and Caroline Flack hinted something big will be going down in 2 months back on the 2nd of April. Interesting…

How does one get a spot in the villa?

If you’re 18 and over you can still apply to be on Love Island 2018 until April 30th. If you fancy getting loved up in the sun this summer, there’s still time to fill out the application form which is available here.

According to Digital Spy, more than 60,000 people applied to be on the show in the first 12 hours after applications opened on December 30. Looks like the casting team have quite a tough job on their hands.

 How long will the series run for?

The 2017 series ran for just under eight weeks. However, this year, producers have specified on the application form that applicants need to be free for a minimum of ten weeks – does this mean an extra two weeks of Love Island?!

What’s the prize? 

The prize for winning Love Island is £50,000. Then the winner can choose whether to keep the cash for themselves or split it with their partner.

As we all know, the Islanders are big in the media oncer returning home, so on top of that, the queen and king of the villa can expect to make up to six personal appearances a week, charging between £2,000 and £5,000 a pop. That’s one boujee summer job.

And of course, the Flack is back, with the 2018 season being presented by Caroline Flack, who has presented the show since 2015. Start your fake tanning now!

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