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Full line-up revealed for Love Island Games

Full line-up revealed for Love Island Games

You'll recognise plenty of old favourites from the UK version

The full line-up has been revealed for Love Island Games, the global spin-off of everyone’s favourite dating show.

Strap in, guys... This one’s gonna get JUICY.

A few months back, it was revealed that a brand new format of Love Island was in the works, bringing back former contestants from versions of the show across the world, including the UK, Australia and the US.

The stars would be put through their paces once again in a series of challenges, with all the usual romantic dramas thrown in for good measure.

Executive producer Simon Thomas previously told The Hollywood Reporter: “There are some little tweaks to that format — it’s going to feel like Love Island — but the things that we’ve changed and moved around, I’m really, really excited about because it’s going to make it feel like a slightly different show.”

The line-up of contestants has now been revealed, ahead of the show’s premiere at the beginning of next month.

And it does not disappoint, with UK favourites like Liberty Poole, Megan Barton-Hanson, Curtis Pritchard, Toby Aromolaran and Eyal Brooker all due to make a comeback in the international showdown.

Oh, and ya gal Maya Jama will also be returning to host.

Love Island Games starts next month.

A synopsis for the new series says: "Set in Fiji, the first season of Peacock’s Love Island Games will bring together fan-favorite Islanders from various Love Island series across the globe – USA, UK, Australia and beyond – for a second shot at love as they compete in a brand-new format to be crowned champions of Love Island Games.

"In this cheeky new iteration, romance will meet reality as fan-favourite Islanders are faced with both team and couples’ challenges, all while navigating dating, eliminations, recoupling, dramatic arrivals and new competition twists and turns like never before."

The full lineup:

Aurelia Lamprecht (Season 4, Germany)

Cely Vazquez (Season 2, USA)

Courtney Boerner (Season 4, USA)

Deb Chubb (Season 4, USA)

Georgia Steel (Season 4, UK)

Imani Wheeler (Season 5, USA)

Jessica Losurdo (Season 4, Australia)

Justine Ndiba (Season 2 Winner, USA)

Kyra Green (Season 1, USA)

Liberty Poole (Season 7, UK)

Lisa Celander (Season 3, Sweden)

Megan Barton-Hanson (Season 4, UK)

Tina Provis (Season 3 Winner and Season 4, Australia)

Zeta Morrison (Season 4 Winner, USA)

Callum Hole (Season 4, Australia)

Carrington Rodriguez (Season 2, USA)

Curtis Pritchard (Season 5, UK)

Eyal Booker (Season 4, UK)

Jack Fowler (Season 4, UK)

Johnny Middlebrooks (Season 2, USA)

Mike Boateng (Season 6, UK)

Mitch Hibberd (Season 3 Winner and Season 4, Australia)

Ray Gantt (Season 1, USA)

Scott Van-der Sluis (Season 10, UK and Season 5, USA)

Steph Blackos (Season 2, France)

Toby Aromolaran (Season 7, UK)

Love Island Games premieres on 1 November, with new episodes set to release six days a week... We can't wait!

Featured Image Credit: Peacock

Topics: Love Island, TV And Film