The sixth series of Love Island began broadcasting on 12 January 2020 on ITV2. The series was announced on 24 July 2019 when it was confirmed that two series would air in 2020, and is also the first winter edition of the series. Unlike the summer edition, the luxury villa is located in Cape Town. This series is also the first to be hosted by Laura Whitmore, having taken over from Caroline Flack. The series is narrated by Iain Stirling.
On 15 February 2020, following the death of former presenter Caroline Flack, the Unseen Bits episode due to air that day was not broadcast; but was made available on the ITV Hub. The regular episode did not air the following day either. The show returned on 17 February with a tribute to Flack. On the same day, ITV2 confirmed that the companion series Love Island: Aftersun which was set to air after that episode's main show would not be broadcast. A further tribute to Flack aired during the final on 23 February, which featured a compilation of her time throughout her five series as host
Fans of Love Island will be excited to know that the eighth season of the hit show arrives back on screens in June 2022, with a host of new contestants ready to start new romances with each other.
Viewers will no doubt get their entertainment’s worth watching new pairings form — but the true testament of success for the show will lie in what happens afterwards, as fans wait to see which couples last past the finale.
Forming a romance on Love Island seems easy — what with the sunny location abroad and nice mansion getting contestants to get in the mood...but keeping a relationship up after the show is quite the feat.There are couples from Love Island who have managed to do just that though — with more successful unions in some series than others — as OK!
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