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Love Island 2021: The First Trailer Is Finally Here

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Love Island 2021: The First Trailer Is Finally Here

The first sign of summer is here! The trailer for the seventh series of ITV 2's behemoth dating show Love Island has just dropped which means we are now even closer to going back to normality.

Check out the trailer below:

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Host Laura Whitmore stars in the trailer, in which she wears a red jumpsuit with a tool belt. At the end of the trailer the words "this is not a drill" appear on the screen as the Love Island theme music can be heard in the background.

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Although the trailer doesn't reveal the new islanders or give us another look inside the villa, it does mean that we'll be able to obsess over our favourite dating show this summer.

The summer 2020 edition was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and even the upcoming series in question until it was given the green light to commence production in March. Auditions went online this year to comply with COVID-19 lockdown rules.

Laura looks incredible in her red jumpsuit in the first trailer for Love Island 2021 (Credit: ITV)
Laura looks incredible in her red jumpsuit in the first trailer for Love Island 2021 (Credit: ITV)

Even after series 7 was confirmed for 2021, there had been concerns about whether the show would be able to film in the infamous villa in Majorca or in a location in the UK. However, the first look at the villa for the upcoming series confirmed filming will take place in the familiar Spanish region.

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The hit dating show, which originally saw celebrities couple up in the early 2000's, was revived in 2015 - and has since become a reality TV goliath.

ITV gave fans a sneak peek of the villa before the trailer dropped (Credit: ITV)
ITV gave fans a sneak peek of the villa before the trailer dropped (Credit: ITV)

The last summer edition aired all the way back in 2019, which saw Amber Gill voted the winner alongside partner Greg O'Shea, was the most-watched yet, drawing in an average of 5.61 million viewers every night.

The last series - and first winter edition - took place in January 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Paige Turley and Finley Tapp are the reigning Love Island winners.

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Paige and Finn won the most recent series of Love Island in 2020 (Credit: ITV 2)
Paige and Finn won the most recent series of Love Island in 2020 (Credit: ITV 2)

According to reports in April, ITV said the long awaited summer series will begin at the end of June, but will still run for its usual eight weeks.

We are so ready!

To keep up with all the latest Love Island 2021 news, join the Love Island Obsessives Facebook group here.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV and Film, Love Island, ITV

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