Love Island All Stars Is Almost Here – And They’re Switching Things Up



Love Island All Stars is right around the corner – and we are absolutely buzzing.

The iconic Love Island will return but with cast from previous seasons of the show, meaning we’ll get lots of familiar faces back to find love and cause drama!

The show’s official release date has been announced as Monday 15th January at 9pm on ITV2, and they’ve also revealed a format change to go with it.


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For this Love Island spin off, TV executives are ditching Aftersun in favour of more one on one interviews with Maya Jama.

A spokesperson from ITV told Radio Times, “Aftersun is not happening in its traditional form as Love Island All Stars is a separate series to Love Island.

“Instead, interviews will take place outside the villa with Maya Jama, so it looks and feels different to the regular show.”


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They continued, “The change enables fans to see a lot more of popular presenter Maya Jama during the main show, as her role and involvement increases.”

More Maya Jama? Bring it on!

It makes sense that Love Island are switching things up a little, as the All Stars version is a brand new concept and people are looking forward to some new concepts to keep the show fresh.


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So far, we don’t know who will be appearing on the show, though there are plenty of guesses.

Faye Winter appeared to hint at being cast on the show, while Adam Collard has said he wouldn’t be interested in returning.

The rumour mill suggests we’ll be seeing Mitchel Taylor, Catherine Agbaje, Paige Thorne, Scott van Der Sluis and Paige Thorne, though no one has confirmed anything yet.

Only time will tell!