Fans of Love Island have been hit with the big news as an official start date for series four was announced on Twitter.
Rumours had been circulating across social media after a series four trailer hinted at an early kick-off in June.
Now, however, all rumours have been put to bed, with an official broadcast from the Love Island Twitter page.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) May 23, 2018
When does Love Island start?
Series four of Love Island will air on Monday 4th June 2018.
The series will be broadcasted on its usual home of ITVbe, taking over your TV screen every night of the week at 9 pm.
SUPER excited for the 4th of June and to host our showbiz Love Island launch party. 🙋🏻♀️❤️🌴
— Amber Davies (@Amber_Davies7) May 23, 2018
Who are the contestants on Love Island series four?
Love Island producers have been taking extreme measures to ensure that the cast of series 4 remains a surprise.
Rumours from Sun Online speculated that Dani Mas Dyer – daughter of Eastenders actor Danny Dyer and contestant on ITV2’s Survival of the Fittest – was a confirmed contestant, although this has yet to be confirmed from Love Island.
Dani has already been warned by her father about her raunchy exploits on national TV, pre-warned before her appearance on SOTF.
Earlier this year, Dani said: “Oh my god, I would never have sex on telly.
He (Dad Danny) has already given me a warning to behave. I was like, ‘I will’.
He is massively protective. I haven’t had many boyfriends so he has had it quite easy until now.”
Love Island producers have strayed away from featuring previous reality TV stars, particularly after the success of the zero to hero duo Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes in last year’s series.
That means that despite Theo Campbell’s attempt at a cryptic tweet, we don’t expect to see him back in the villa any time soon.
When I go on this time im actually going try and find love
— Theo Campbell (@theo_campbell91) May 16, 2018
Read our INTERVIEW with Theo here.
Who will be presenting Love Island?
Usual Love Island presenter Caroline Flack will be presenting the show, continuing her work since joining the series in 2015.
She will also team up with comedian voiceover guy Ian Stirling, who is back for another season of puns.
I absolutely love the guy who does the voiceover for Love Island #loveisland
— Emily Green (@emilygreenn__) June 26, 2017
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