Love Island Bosses ‘Committed’ To Airing Summer Series Despite Concerns
Rumours started to circulate yesterday that the show was going to be cancelled.
It looks like Love Island will be returning to our screens this summer despite growing concerns that the show was going to be axed.
Love Island bosses are apparently all systems go when it comes to recruiting and filming for the summer series.
The latest series of the show which was recorded in Cape Town, South Africa wrapped up in February with host Laura Whitmore announcing that the summer series would be back in June.
Yet with the coronavirus pandemic rife, many thought the show would follow other ITV offerings and halt future production.
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But the Mail Online has reported that they’re still “commited” to airing the summer series. Speaking to a source, they said:
“The team are still committed to the series airing this summer. The show will go on.
“Production on Love Island have been told the upcoming series is still scheduled to take place but the show will launch a month later in July. All the usual preparations are going ahead.”
According the the source, potential Islanders are still being approached online and talks are underway.
ITV2 is also reportedly monitoring the spread of the virus in Spain and taking all precautions ahead of the series, with “final decisions” to be made closer to the time.
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