PICTURES! Love Island 2018 cast of contestants revealed for Season 4

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The Love Island 2018 cast have been revealed for Season 4 ahead of next week's launch.

A sizzling summer awaits for a fresh batch of singletons looking for love as the nation’s hottest conversation topic, Love Island, returns to ITV2 on Monday, June 4.

Host Caroline Flack will be back for another long hot summer, presiding over the matchmaking as the luxury Love Island villa welcomes a new generation of Islanders ready to embark on a summer of dating, romance, and ultimately relationships.

In the definitive game of love, every few days the islanders will have to couple up, with those not in a couple at risk of being dumped from the island - but with the path to true love littered with surprise bombshell arrivals and unexpected twists and turns, there’s never a dull moment in the islanders’ sunshine paradise.

Ultimately the couples must win over the hearts of the public, who will have the final say on who wins the show and takes home a lucrative cash prize.

Six guys and five girls have been revealed on the starting Love Island 2018 cast.

The girls include Laura Anderson, a 29-year-old Cabin Crew worker from Stirling, Dani Dyer, 21-year-old Barmaid from East London and Hayley Hughes, a 21-year-old Model from Liverpool.

They're joined by Kendall Rae-Knight, a 26-year-old Retail Manager from Blackpool and Samira Mighty, a 22-year-old West End Performer from London.

For the boys, there's Niall Aslam, a 23-year-old Student and Construction Worker from Coventry, Eyal Booker a 22-year-old Model from London, and Adam Collard a 22-year-old Personal Trainer and Gym Director from Newcastle.

Also entering the villa on launch night are Jack Fincham, a 26-year-old Stationary Sales Manager from Kent, Dr. Alex George a 27-year-old A&E Doctor from Carmarthen, West Wales plus Wes Nelson, a 20-year-old Electrical and Nuclear Systems Design Engineer from Staffordshire.

An eight week hotbed of high drama, heartbreak, make ups and break ups, Love Island is back...Summer never looked so good.

Love Island 2018 begins on Monday, June 4 at 9PM on ITV and continues each weeknight.

On Sunday evening's, Caroline will get the exclusive reaction to all the dates, the dumpings and the dramas that follow in Love Island’s studio show Love Island: Aftersun.

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