Love Island’s new villa laid bare
Written by Scott McGerty on 1st June 2018
ITV has released images of the new Love Island villa where the show’s 2018 intake of contestants will be looking to find love.
Six men and five women will enter the luxury, camera-filled residence on the Spanish island of Majorca for the new series which begins on ITV2 on June 4.
The singletons will be treated to facilities including an L-shaped infinity pool in the villa’s garden, an outdoor bar to prepare drinks and communal dressing areas where they can get ready for parties in their new pad.
In keeping with previous series of the show there will be a diary room for contestants to reveal their thoughts on their fellow contestants with the viewers.
The walls of the villa are covered with brightly coloured love-heart signs with some of the show’s best-known catchphrases, including one saying “get grafting” above the bath tub and “rinse” by the shower.
A more suggestive message of “all night long” has been scrawled on the wall opposite six double beds in the villa’s bedroom.
The live final episode of last year’s edition of the reality series attracted an audience of 2.4 million viewers.
A West End performer, an Instagram star and the daughter of Danny Dyer are among the contestants.
EastEnders star Dyer’s daughter Dani, 21, revealed in an interview with the Daily Mirror that her famous father was initially unhappy that she was planning to go on the show.
She has since said the actor has given her his “blessing” to have sex on the show if she wants.
Love Island returns to ITV2 on Monday June 4 at 9pm.