The latest season of the UK’s hottest reality dating show, Love Island, is back from Wednesday, June 30, after an extended break, streaming exclusively and free for Australian audiences on 9Now, with new episodes daily
. Season seven is set to be the spiciest yet as eleven young hopefuls return to the shores of Mallorca in Spain for a chance at love and a whirlwind summer of dates, drama, romance and relationships.
Host Laura Whitmore and narrator Iain Stirling are back to commentate on all the action as the Islanders flirt, date, break up and make up in the hope of winning £50,000 ($90,000) in life-changing prizemoney – and finding love.
Entering the villa this year are civil servant Sharon, 25; model Shannon, 22; luxury events host Aaron, 24; PE teacher Hugo, 24; waitress Liberty, 21; water engineer Jake, 24; fashion blogger Kaz, 26; labourer Brad, 26; financial services marketing executive Chloe, 25; semi-pro footballer Toby, 22; and lettings manager Faye, 26.
This group of hot singles must couple up to secure their place in the villa or risk being sent packing, because the Love Island road to romance rarely runs smooth as new Islanders arrive every few days to test loyalties and bonds.
To remain in paradise, Islanders must win the hearts of the public and their fellow contestants, who will ultimately decide their fate.
The latest season of the UK’s hottest reality dating show, Love Island, is back from Wednesday, June 30, streaming exclusively and free for Australian audiences on 9Now, with new episodes daily.