This year’s Love Island will definitely take over your whole summer
You pretend that you hate it, but secretly, you had the whole thing on series link. Last summer, ITV2’s Love Island took over the country like never before. Legions of people who’d normally turn their nose up at reality shows were engrossed in the attractive singletons milling around a villa in their swimwear.
We’ve slowly been getting more details about the 2018 series, but here’s some big news: this year’s Love Island is set to be the longest Love Island so far.
Radio Times is reporting that the show will run for an incredible eight weeks this year – that’s seven days longer that last year, and a whole fortnight longer than the first two series.
They also say there will be “no drastic changes” to the design of the iconic villa, but it will get a bit of touch up.
It was recently revealed that those staying in the villa will no longer be able to be totally naked, have sex with anyone who is drunk, or masturbate.
Contestants will also be provided with a handbook about consent prior to their entrance to the villa.
The Mirror reports that the ground rules will be introduced ahead of this summer's instalment of the reality TV show.
Not long now.