You Can Already Apply To Be On Summer 'Love Island' – Here's How
Among the new line up was coffee bean salesman Connor Durman, super-hot police officer Mike Boating and scaffolder Callum Jones, alongside self-confessed posh-boy Ollie Williams - all of whom are currently coupled up and hoping to find love on the show.
But if your diary is a bit too chocca to head to South Africa and crack on with any of this season's line-up, then fear not, because producers are already recruiting for the summer version back in good old Majorca.
Yep, Love Island is now officially taking applicants for its next season, so you too could follow in the footsteps of Amber Gill and snag that Miss Pap clothing deal.... oh, and be in for a chance at love, of course.
The best thing is that it's super easy to apply for Love Island. Simply head to the ITV website to put yourself forward, and be ready and prepped with all the reasons you're the perfect islander.
"ITV2 are looking for vibrant singles from across the UK who want to head to the sun, in search of a summer of love," the application page reads.
"The chosen cast will spend time in a luxury villa, getting to know one another, but to remain in paradise they must win the hearts of the public and their fellow Islanders who ultimately decide their fate on Love Island."
Reckon you could fit the bill?
When applying, the only conditions are that you're over the age of 18, and have a passport that is in date when the show goes out.
You also have to confirm you aren't employed by ITV or any of its sister companies, for obvious reasons.
Plus, you have to be free for the entire eight weeks that Love Island will be on. Because who knows when you'll be pulled into the villa to shake things up?!
At the moment, the closing date for applications is April 2020, but this may be extended or re-opened as the show hits screens.
Better get going. You never know, we might see you in the villa!
Featured Image Credit: ITV