Usually coming out in summer, the new version of the show Love Island will cover the space left unoccupied by the celebrity show Big Brother.
Just like the summer version of the show, the same will be coming out this January with the same host Caroline Flack traveling back and forth for 6 weeks, which has been set to be the duration for the show.
Caroline Flack is in love; yes she is in love with her French Bulldog Ruby and tries to manage all her projects while staying around Ruby.
She tries to line up all her projects within the UK but that is not possible each time and thus she has to travel a lot which is quite visible with her tan.
A source spoke out “Bosses of ITV have been amazed and thrilled by the amount of popularity the show had received this summer season.
This is why when they found out to have an available spot in the winter season; it became a no brainer choice to bring back Love Island.”
“Similarly Flack has become the face of the show and this is why there was no way the producers of the show were going to invite someone else in to host the winter season of the show. The production crew is also the same for a smooth running of the show without any interruption.”
Although there is no official announcement for the show made till now, the bosses of ITV are set to do it any time soon. They have also reached out to Iain Stirling to work and give his voice for the voice-over.
The shoot of the show will start after Christmas of this year to fill the hole that has been left by Celebrity Big Brother on the channel.
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