If you missed out on applying for this year's Love Island you'll be pleased to know that applications for the next season are now open for wannabe contestants to register their interest!
ITV has previously confirmed that Love Island will not return until summer 2021, and it seems they've started the search for singles well in advance.
"ITV2 are looking for vibrant singles from across the UK who want to head to the sun, in search of love," the website 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."
The first stage of the application process is registering your interest - which seems pretty straightforward.
ITV explain when they are ready to begin casting for the show, you will be invited back into your account to submit the full application.
There are also certain requirements you must adhere to, to register and be considered. You must be aged 18 or over, hold a passport that will be valid for the whole period of filming (and at least six months thereafter) and be eligible to travel to the programme destinations ITV specify.
You must also agree to notify them of any change to your passport or travel status and you must be exclusively available to participate for a minimum of eight consecutive weeks.
They continue to explain you must not be "currently employed by us, Motion or the Broadcaster and have not been previously employed by us, any of the ITV group of companies, Motion or the Broadcaster; or a live-in partner or immediate relative (for example, mother, father, son, daughter, brother or sister) of an employee of ours, Motion, the Broadcaster or any of the ITV group of companies."
Phew! Once you've met the above criteria, you can register.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, ITV confirmed earlier this year that Love Island will not be returning until summer 2021.
Kevin Lygo, ITV's Director of Television said: "We have tried every which way to make Love Island this summer.
"But logistically it's just not possible to produce it in a way that safeguards the wellbeing of everyone involved and that for us is the priority.
"... We are very sorry for fans of the show but making it safely is our prime concern and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021."
Bring. It. On.
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