ITV confirms Love Island: All Stars will return in 2025

ITV has confirmed that Love Island: All Stars will return in 2025 for its second series.

The spin-off offers a twist on the tried and tested formula, with the cast being made up of former Islanders as they seek a second chance at finding love.

Following the release of the first series, which was won by Molly Smith and Tom Clare, ITV has now confirmed that the spin-off will return next year, with filming once again taking place in South Africa.

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“Love Island: All Stars proved to be an enticing New Year treat for our loyal 16-34 audience, so it is hugely exciting to be re-opening the doors of our South African Villa for another set of alumni,” said Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality and Acquisitions at ITV.

Mike Spencer, Creative Director at Lifted Entertainment, said: “What a perfect way to celebrate a decade of Love Island, by bringing back another all star class of Islanders for what will I’m sure be another vintage year of romance, drama and relationships.”

“Series One of All Stars gave a whole new dimension to goings on in the villa, and allowed us all to be re-acquainted with some of our favourite Love Island faces,” added Martin Oxley, Head of Formats & Entertainment and Executive Producer for GroupM Motion Entertainment.

“We just can’t wait to see who will be queuing up to couple up in Series Two, and who will be the last pair standing in the South African villa.”

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The news comes after the cast for the 11th series of the main show was announced, with 12 singletons set to enter the villa ahead of next week’s (June 3) premiere. One of the contestants, Ronnie Vint, was revealed to have a connection to Olivia Attwood, with the former star celebrating the news on social media.

“Our Ronnie Vint is going into the villa!!!!” wrote Olivia following the announcement. “Ron was the best man at our wedding and he's literally like a brother to me - you guys are going to love him!! I know it.”

Love Island airs on ITV2 and streams on ITVX.

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