Love Island first look as competitors arrive at luxury villa

The new competitors are arriving ahead of the big Love Island launch on Monday – but here is a sneak peek of the luxury villa ahead of the new series being aired on ITV.

Love Island host Laura Whitmore is seen in this ITV teaser showing off the newly-decorated Majorcan villa, which has some new features and a make-over for the 2021 series.

The familiar outdoor beds are back for those cosy chats, and there is also the usual swing seat for when islanders want to pull someone away for a “cheeky chat”.

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The outdoor kitchen is emblazoned with the motto ‘Eat, Sleep, Crack on, Repeat’ and there is a new ‘selfie mirror’ for group shots.

Love Island competitors Liberty Poole, Sharon Gaffka, Kaz Kamwi, Faye Winter and Shannon Singh

Competitor Aaron Francis arrives at the Love Island villa

The bedroom has been updated with some interesting wall art which is sure to get viewers talking, and the lounge has a ‘dog house’ bed for islanders who find themselves in trouble with their other halves.

The popular ‘hide-out’ is back for when couples are allowed some alone time.

It’s presenter Laura’s first time in the iconic Majorcan villa, after last year’s series took place in South Africa, with a January ‘winter’ version due to Covid restrictions.

Inside the Love Island villa

The Love Island villa which will be hosting the 2021 show

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Laura is a relative newbie to the Love Island team, after being brought in last year after regular much-loved presenter Caroline Flack tragically took her life in February 2020.

She was seen jetting into the island yesterday with her newborn daughter and mum. Partner Iain Stirling is signed up for the voiceovers as usual but he is believed to be recording them from their UK base over Covid travelling restrictions.

This will be series seven of the show and it is expected to last somewhere between six to eight weeks.

Inside the Love Island 2021 villa

The new crop of singletons was unveiled this week and range in age from 21 to 26, and hail from all corners of the UK.

Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

Author: [email protected] (Lisa Baxter)
This post originally appeared on Hull Live – Celebs & TV

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