Love Island pushed back

Love Island pushed back

Nine has pushed Love Island back a week.

 Nobody said the path to falling in love was easy – but our beautiful Aussie islanders will find a way.

The tanned, trim, and toned islanders are packed and ready to find “the one” in our Love Island Australia villa – an oasis of fun under the sun in Byron Bay’s hinterland.

The Islanders must couple up, stay together, and win over the hearts of the public, all while surviving the temptations of beautiful bombshells entering the villa.

The world-renowned reality TV phenomenon will be hosted by Sophie Monk alongside new addition, comedian Stephen Mullan, as the narrator, and Abbie Chatfield as host of Afterparty each Thursday night.

In response to recent developments, production will be going ahead for our audiences.

9Network’s Program Director, Hamish Turner said: We acknowledge the Mayor’s comments and although disappointing we are planning to ensure Love Island production, which has not commenced filming, is completed within existing regulations to ensure the show is ready for our audiences. All productions are conducted in accordance with the strictest health and safety regulations, testing, and isolation”.

Love Island Australia premieres Monday, October 11, at 8.45pm after The Block on Channel 9.


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