Meet the Love Island 2018 contestants in new cast video

The Love Island 2018 season 4 cast has been revealed and here’s your first look.


The new series launches tonight on Monday, June 4 at 9PM on ITV2.

And now we know who are The Love Island 2018 contestants are.

Ahead of the series premiere, ITV2 has unveiled a brand new line up of eleven hotties – 6 guys and 5 girls – who will start the show in the villa from next month.

Of course, we’ve no doubt there will be many more joining them as the weeks go by.

For now meet the Love Island cast of 2018 in the video above.


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.

Speaking about the new series today, host Caroline Flack said: “For me, all three series have been special. The momentum has picked up as it’s gone along, which is always nice to see in a series. I don’t think any series has been more special than another. I still have a special place in my heart for series one.

“Last year, we reached a bigger audience across different ages. I think people started realising the show is a lot more than what it might seem on the surface. People have realised it’s so much more than just being another reality show. It’s about real relationships and how they develop and people always see a bit of themselves in everyone.”

Caroline will return on Monday to introduce us to the fresh batch of sexy singletons all in search of the summer of their lives, with passion, romance and drama from the outset.


The islanders should be braced for a bombshell whenever Caroline drops in – she will be appearing in the villa throughout the series to deliver shock announcements and surprise twists that are guaranteed to test relationships in the islanders’ passion-fuelled paradise to the max.

Love Island starts on ITV2 at 9PM, Monday June 4 and continues nightly.

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