Huge update on contestants being lined up for ITV's Love Island All Stars series | The Sun

LOVE Island bosses are lining up past contestants from the US and Australia and for the All Star series.

The popular ITV2 dating show is developing an All Stars series which will reunite some of the show’s sexiest former stars.

The Sun can reveal that ITV bosses are casting Islanders from the Australian and US series of the show when it launches next year.

A source exclusively told The Sun: "ITV are in the really early stages with the show and have been speaking to big characters from the Australian and US versions of the show."

This year bosses surprised fans when they dropped Aussie bombshell Jessie Wynter, 26, and Aaron Walters, 25, into the villa, despite already appearing on the dating show in Australia.

The twist worked well and now producers think it could be the perfect way to spice up the spin-off series.


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They continued: "Jessie's success on the recent series shows that viewers don't care where stars are from – as long as the show is good."

ITV had no comment when approached by The Sun.

There has been four series each of the US and Australian version.

At this stage the names of any possible contestants are kept under wraps.

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But single stars including Maura Higgins, from the fifth series, Sophie Piper from sixth series and second series star Kady McDermott are among the islanders who may be asked to return.

A source said: “Love Island All Stars is in development at ITV and it is a concept they have been talking about.

“This summer’s series marks the tenth series of the show and ITV thinks there is an appetite for the concept.

“The plan would be to invite some of the sexiest and most successful former islanders to see if they can find love for a second time around.

“Women like Maura, Sophie and India would be top of ITV’s wish list, while male stars including former 2017 series winner Kem Cetinay and fan favourite Scott Thomas, who was in the show in 2016, are also on the wish list.”

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