According to reports, Love Island’s winter series will begin early next year.
There has already been speculation surrounding Love Island 2023, as fans countdown to the winter series, which will be hosted by Maya Jama after Laura Whitmore officially stepped down.
Love Island’s new series will begin on Monday 16th January, also known as ‘Blue Monday’ or ‘the gloomiest day of the year.’
While ITV has not confirmed Love Island’s start date for 2023, fans are getting excited on Twitter.
It’s said that the new villa is ‘amazing’ and the singletons are ‘sexier than ever’.
This summer, Laura stepped down as Love Island’s host after series 8. Maya Jama will take over.
When Laura announced she was quitting, fans flooded social media begging ITV to replace her with Maya.
Maya confirmed in October that she was taking over after weeks of speculation.
Cast of Winter Love Island 2023 –
It remains unclear who will be entering the Love Island winter villa in 2023, but we do know it will be a dramatic one .
Take a look at the Love Island 2022 cast while also reminiscing about the winter Love Island series one cast, including Paige Turley and Finley Tapp.
What is the release date for winter Love Island 2023 ?
According to Lifted Entertainment’s Executive Producer Mike Spencer, the new series will premiere in January 2023. “After eight wonderful series, we are excited to serve up two helpings of love in 2023 with a stunning new villa in South Africa.”.
“As we embark on another epic year of love, we can expect more romances, bromances, and everything in between.”
Two series in one year? We can’t wait to see you.