Hopeful that the show will return to TV screens this year, Love Island organisers may have to make major changes to ensure that that is the case.
Iain Stirling - best known as being the voiceover extraordinaire for the series - has hinted that a major change could be on the cards for this year's Love Island. Questioned on whether he has any insider intel on the future of the show, Iain denied being in the know, telling Metro UK:
"People at ITV know what I'm like and they never trust me with vital information because they know I would just splurge it all."
Commenting that they all very much want it to go ahead, he admitted that it's still unclear as to what format the show will take. Not ruling out the possibility that the show could move to the UK for filming, Stirling is quoted as saying:
"Hey, let's see what happens. Let's see what happens. Like I said, I've no idea, but it could be quite amusing seeing Love Island contestants embracing the beaches of Bognor Regis at some point. When they can't eat their dinner because seagulls are taking it off the plate... it could mix it up."
What would contestants do all day if not laze by the pool though? Surely show bosses would have to come up with some sort of other activity to keep islanders busy.
Meanwhile, Jedward have proposed that a Love Island Ireland needs to happen - gunning for the show to take place on the Aran Islands. They could be onto something there, lads.