Love Island is a British dating reality show. Laura Whitmore is the current host of the series. People were a bit skeptical at first but after seeing her doing an amazing job, she has already been roped in for the summer series.
What is Love Island About-
The contestants of Love Island has to live on a remote island, referred to as the Islanders, and under constant video surveillance. To survive on the island, the contestants must pair up with another contestant. The relationship between the two contestants can be like lovers, friends, partners for the time being, or paired up due to the amount of money. The winning couple will get £50,000.
Along the way, the host of the series will bring different surprises, twists, and games to test the mental and physical capabilities. Through these events, the relationship between the partners is also tested.
Participants of the 2023 Winter series (Season 6) are –
Paige Turley, Finley Tapp, Jade Affleck, George Day, Priscilla Anyabu, Biggs Chris, Eva Zapico, Alexi Eraclides, Molly Smith, Josh Kempton, Natalia Zoppa, Ched Uzor, Jamie McCann, Jordan Waobikeze, Rebecca Gormley, Connagh Howard, Nas Majeed, Sophie Piper, Mike Boateng, Wallace Wilson, Demi Jones, Luke Trotman, Luke Mabbott, Shaughna Phillips, Connor Durman, Siânnise Fudge, Callum Jones, Eve Gale, Leanne Amaning, Ellie Williams.
News About the 2023 Summer series (Season 7) –
For now we know the host of Season 7 will be Laura Whitmore. Information about the contestants is yet to be revealed.
2020 Summer’s exotic location is in Majorca.
The Summer series generally airs in June-July. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic this year, the release date of the series might be delayed. Any news about the confirmation of the release date of Season 7 is yet to be released. However, we can expect the series to be released by late 2023 or early 2023.