Love Island 2018 start date finally CONFIRMED: ITV dating series to return in just a few weeks

Mail Online | 5/23/2018 | Lisa Mcloughlin;Eve Buckland;Roxy Simons For Mailonline
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Show host Caroline Flack has been warning viewers to prepare for a long, hot summer on ITV2.

And now Love Island fans have been sent in a tizzy as the start date for the show has been revealed and it's less than two weeks away.

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The 38-year-old hot confirmed that the Mallorcan hidden hills villa is ready to open it's door again to another group sexy singles on Monday June 4 at 9pm.

Confirming speculation, she took to Instagram to share a clip from this year's teaser and captioned it: 'We start 4th of June !!!!! (Sorry if this wink is starting to annoy people)'.

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Host Caroline previously teased the start date in April when she retweeted a post from a gossip account on April 2, writing alongside it '2. Months'.

Adding fuel to the fire, she also pinned a tweet to the top of her Twitter account in which she revealed she had a sneak peek at this year's hopefuls.

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She wrote: 'So I had a sneak peek at this years LOVE ISLANDERS today..... and .... it’s gonna be a LONG HOT SUMMER ...'

Returning for a fourth series, the much-love dating show is fronted once again by Caroline Flack while Scottish comedian Iain Sterling's dulcet tones will commentate on all the romantic goings on.

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Previously, series three began on Monday 5 June, while series 2 started on Monday 30 May, while previous reports have said that the series will be extended two weeks longer due to the show's previous success.

The announcement comes after the hit show of the summer that attracted criticism from viewers and charities after showing many of its contestants smoking.

ITV - Reality - Stars - Show - Cigarettes

And it has been claimed that ITV has clamped down on reality stars smoking on the show by banning cigarettes in both the villa and the garden, reports The Sun....
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