A new ad for Love Island has confirmed that the dating show will return to TV screens later this month.
This will be the first time the ITV program has aired since February 2020 after last year’s summer series was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The ad will first air on television on Saturday night ahead of The Masked Dancer’s finale on ITV.
It features host Laura Whitmore and her husband Iain Stirling, the narrator of the series.
In the announcement, which is an extended version of a previously released clip, Whitmore is sounding the alarm bells for the new series to debut.
The host swings a mallet to shatter the heart-shaped glass of an alarm, which reads, “In case of Love Island, go for it.”
The alarm drives hordes of young people with suitcases and holiday clothes into a frenzy.
Stirling then shouts: “This is not an exercise.”
The location of the show, which is usually shot in a villa in Mallorca, has not yet been announced.
Love Island’s return was confirmed by ITV in March.
The last set of Love Island was won by Paige Turley and Finley Tapp.
The new series will be broadcast on ITV 2 and ITV Hub.
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