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Love Island producer ‘secretly hoping’ Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish reunite on All Stars series

Love Island producer ‘secretly hoping’ Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish reunite on All Stars series

An executive producer opened up about the upcoming All Star series

We're not even halfway through the first month of 2024 and we've already got heaps of cracking good telly to cosy up to.

From Harlan Coben's Fool Me Once and the upcoming One Day series adaptation, to BBC's The Traitors and the heart-wrenching tale of Mr Bates vs The Post Office - we've been beyond spoilt when it comes to binge-worthy viewing material.

And the latest slice of TV to hit our screens is the long-awaited Love Island: All Stars which is set to launch next Monday (15 January), with one of the show's producers 'secretly hoping' Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish reunite on the series.

Check out the official trailer for the upcoming series here:

Now, fans will be happy to know the line-up for the show has already been released and is jam-packed with a whole load of fan-favourites returning to the villa for a second chance of love including the likes of Georgia Harrison, Chris Taylor, Toby Aromolaran, Kaz Kwami, Georgia Steel, Anton Danyluk, Hannah Elizabeth, Demi Jones, Luis Morrison and Mitchel Taylor joining Liberty and Jake.

In case you need your memory jogging, Liberty coupled up with Jake on the very first day of the 2021 series.

Fans reckoned the cute couple - who were nicknamed Jiberty - would make it all the way to the final however tragedy struck leading them to have a pretty intense break-up.

The split resulted in Liberty self-evicting from the villa and leaving the show a single gal.

Liberty and Jake had a pretty intense break-up on the show back in 2021.

They are now set to meet again following their break-up but, according to The Sun, executive producer Mike Spencer is looking forward to a potential reunion between them.

When asked about whether or not he reckons there is any likelihood of the former couple rekindling their spark, he revealed: "I secretly hope so, I think it would be good. It would be good to see how they interact.

"That's what I'm excited to see, whether they pick up from where they left off. I don't think they've seen each other.

"So I'll be interested to see that first chat."

Love Island: All Stars will hit our screens next Monday (15 January).

The producer also said he doesn't think Liberty will be 'upset' by seeing her ex on the show alongside her.

"Liberty’s amazing and I think she probably knows there’s a possibility he could come in," the producer continued.

"I don't know when the last time they spoke was, but I think it'll be interesting to see what happens. I think the fans will be excited."

Oh, we sure are.

Love Island: All Stars will launch next Monday (15 January).

Tyla has reached out to ITV for comment.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Love Island, TV And Film, Celebrity, ITV