The wait is over! Love Island is back on our screens from Monday 6th June. There hasn’t been much reality TV to get addicted to this year so far so it’s about time the fan favourite show is back. And who knows who will win Series 8 of the Love Island show in 2022.
Love Island will exclusively be shown on ITV2, as it has since its launch in 2015. Like previous years you can tune in everyday apart from Saturdays at 9pm to watch a one hour helping. If that’s not enough, you can watch the extra bits in the Love island: Aftersun episode’s straight after the main show.
Love Island Series 8 Facts
Eight contestants will start in the show and of course, these are not bad looking people. That’s good news for the contestants trying to find love and the millions watching. As we know, there will be up 30 contestants who feature over the course of the series though as islanders come and go in the villa.
Main details you need to know:
Start Date: Monday 6th June 2022
End Date: 24th June 2022 (TBC)
TV and Time: ITV2 at 9pm – https://www.itv.com/loveisland
Official Betting Odds and Love Island Tips: – https://tvbetting.com/love-island-betting/
On-Demand: Yes, use the ITV Player
Official Love Island Instagram: – https://www.instagram.com/loveisland/
Prize Money: £50,000
Villa Location: – Majorca
Meet the contestants
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The most famous islander this year is Gemma Owen, who is the daughter of former England Player Michael Owen. Michael is still on TV today as a pundit and is well known for his horse racing stables where he has many well-bred racehorses.
We are expecting Gemma to be a popular contestant and will start as joint favourite at odds of 11/4 to be Top Female.
For the boys it’s Welshman Liam who is the clear favourite to be top Male at 5/2. He doesn’t look the normal profile of a Love Island winner so this could prove to be a very short price for those backing him pre-show.
Over the course of the show there will be up to 30 contestants going in and out of the villa. Normally the series lasts around 6-8 weeks so they have plenty of time to mix things up. ITV need to keep it interesting so they will change the dynamics to keep viewings and ratings as high as possible.
Presenting the show is newlyweds Laura Whitmore (Stirling) and Iain Stirling. Laura is the face of the show and turns up at the villa for the crucial dumping’s and arrivals. Iain is the commentator who spills out line after line to have us laughing at the expense of islanders.
It’s less than a week to go until the first islanders enter the villa and then we can sit back and wait for the drama, the arguments, the funny moments, the crazy new words they will come up with and ultimately see who wins the £50,000. Why not learn how to place a football bet with the Casino Football guide today!