January just got a little hotter
Love Island returns to ITV2 this Sunday for the first-ever UK winter season!
Just as we were wondering what to do with ourselves in broke January. News of the new group of Love Island hopefuls is announced as they head off to the sun for more drama, coupling, uncoupling in the hope of winning the overall prize for winning. Hosted by Laura Whitmore, it’s exactly what many of us all need to enjoy our winter hibernation. May the memes commence!
When does Love Island start?
Winter Love Island will kick off on Sunday 12 January on ITV2 at 9.00 pm, with the launch show lasting until 10.35 pm.
You can then watch the hour-long Love Island series, at 9.00 pm every night
Winter Love Island – ITV
It’s time to say ‘Do one, winter’ because the hotly anticipated series, Love Island, returns to ITV2 in January – and this time it’s in scorching South Africa.
Kicking off on Sunday the 12th at 9 pm on ITV2, it’s time to cancel those rainy-day plans as another sizzling line-up of singles head to the brand new luxury villa in Cape Town. Laura Whitmore will present the main show which airs every night at 9 pm on ITV2 apart from Saturdays when Love Island: Unseen Bits will be bringing viewers all of the best unseen and exclusive action from the villa. Laura will also host Love Island: Aftersun, which will air live from London on Monday nights at 10 pm.
As they flirt, date, break up and make up our Islanders will be trying to capture the hearts of each other and the nation – as the viewers decide their favourite couple and declare them the Love Island series 6
So whose heads will be turned? Who will be dumped from the Island? And who will couple up and be in with a chance of winning a share of the £50k prize money?
Let’s meet these sizzling 2020 Love Island singletons…
Winter Love Island 2020 ladies include Lewis Capaldi’s ex, Rochelle Hulmes’ sister and a set of twins. Not sure how those dates are going to work!
Laura Whitmore as the new host!
Recently Laura was confirmed as the new host to take over Caroline Flack, who has stepped down due to the attention on her personal life. Both are great friends, and this passing of the baton has been done on amicable terms.
“She’s a brilliant host and I just hope that I can give the role the justice it deserves while she is taking some time off”Laura Whitmore
Laura will be the perfect host for this new season. I met Laura when she auditioned for MTV. Since then, she has been a permanent feature on our TVs, appearing on the MTV Europe Music Awards, Brit Awards, I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here. Laura also has her own Sunday radio residency on BBC Radio 5 Live.
In a loved up relationship with none other than Iain Jokes, the incredible voiceover for Love Island. I think Laura is going to be an amazing asset to Love Island this year!.