The Love Island 2019 cast have been revealed for Season 5 ahead of next week's launch.
The holiday of a lifetime awaits a brand-new influx of Islanders as Love Island, returns to ITV2 on Monday, June 3.
This year’s line up of singletons are about to embark upon a scintillating summer of dates, drama, romance and relationships, with host Caroline Flack once again welcoming them to their plush paradise surroundings, a luxury Mallorcan villa. Iain Stirling also returns with his inimitable take on all the island action as show narrator.
As the game of love gets underway, the Islanders must couple up in order to secure their place in the villa, with those who stay single finding themselves at risk of being dumped from the island.
Temptation is always rife for the Islanders, so loyalties will be tested, with surprise bombshell arrivals and unexpected twists and turns proving that the Love Island road to romance is never smooth.
Ultimately the public will decide their favourite couple, who will walk away from the villa with a life-changing cash prize, as they are crowned Love Island winners 2019.
Six guys and five girls have been revealed on the starting Love Island 2019 cast.
The ladies starting the show are 23-year-old scientist from Dublin, Ireland Yewande Biala; 21-year-old surfer from Newquay Lucie Donlan; 21-year-old beauty therapist from Newcastle Amber Gill; 26-year-old air hostess / cabin crew manager from Worthing, Sussex Amy Hart; and 28-year-old pharmacist from London Anna Vakili.
The men entering the villa on launch include 24-year-old gym owner from Airdrie, Scotland Anton Danyluk; 20-year-old boxer from Manchester Tommy Fury; 22-year-old catering company owner from South East London Joe Garratt; 27-year-old firefighter from Liverpool Michael Griffiths and 20-year-old chef and semi-pro rugby player from London Sherif Lanre
Completing the male cast are Callum Macleod, a 28-year-old aircraft engineer from South Wales, and Curtis Pritchard, a 23-year-old ballroom and Latin dancer from Shropshire
An eight week hotbed of high drama, heartbreak, make ups and break ups, Love Island is back...Summer never looked so good.
Love Island 2019 begins on Monday, June 3 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.