12 of the most iconic Islanders of all time are coming back to graft again on Love Island All Stars.
The well-known singles who will be looking for love are all from the UK, but that doesn’t mean that us Aussies will be deprived of watching them pie each other off.
Fortunately for us, Channel Nine will be fast-tracking each episode so that we can watch it from the comfort of our living rooms here in Australia.
When is it on?
Love Island All Stars premieres in the UK on January 15 on ITV2. It will be available to stream on 9Now from January 17, at 6.00pm AEDT with new episodes available daily.
Love Island host Maya Jama will be returning to host the new series. She’ll be joined by the series’ popular narrator and famed comedian Iain Stirling.
Who’s in Love Island All Stars?
The cast list is a doozy, and there are some massive names and memorable faces amongst the cast.
It includes Georgia H from series three, Kaz from series seven), Georgia S from series four, Hannah from series one, Demi from series six and Liberty from series seven.
Mitchel from series ten (otherwise known as messy Mitch) will also be joining, as well as Luis from series one, Jake from series seven, Anton from series five, Chris from series five and Toby from series seven.
There will be bombshells entering the villa throughout, however, their identities are still under wrap!
Is there a trailer?
There is! In fact, there’s an extended video which you can watch to refamiliarise yourself with the Islanders.
Will there be Casa Amor?
Executive producer, Mike Spencer, told The Sun that there won’t be a Casa Amor on All Stars because the series is running for five weeks, rather than the usual eight.
“We aren’t doing Casa Amor this time, but there may be another big twist at the halfway mark. I think we have got to be reactive.
“Casa Amor, as we know and love it, doesn’t really work for a five-week run because you need time to bed in, get to know each other, see if they are for you and if you want to switch it up,” he continued.
Stream Love Island on 9Now from January 17.