Love Island All Stars cast REVEALED for new ITV2 series
The full cast list of Love Island All Stars has been confirmed today – here’s who is entering the villa.
ITV previously announced a brand new Love Island spin-off will be airing in January, seeing famed former Islanders given another shot at finding the one.
The cast will head to a luxury villa in South Africa for the show, which will replace Winter Love Island in the schedules.
Today, a starting cast of twelve former Islanders taking part have been confirmed.
Who’s on the Love Island All Stars cast?
- Georgia Harrison (Series 3)
- Toby Aromolaran (Series 7)
- Kaz Kamwi (Series 7)
- Chris Taylor (Series 5)
- Georgia Steel (Series 4)
- Anton Danyluk (Series 5)
- Hannah Elizabeth (Series 1)
- Jake Cornish (Series 7)
- Demi Jones (Series 6)
- Luis Morrison (Series 1)
- Liberty Poole (Series 7)
- Mitchel Taylor (Series 10)
Learn more about the line up below…
Georgia Harrison (Series 3)
Georgia says: “The last time I went in as a bombshell and I always wondered if I would have found love if I’d gone in a bit earlier. When I heard about Love Island: All Stars, I thought it was meant to be.
“As much as this years been amazing, it’s been heavy at times and pretty serious with all of my campaigning work. This is the last year of my 20’s so I want to go in the Villa and have some fun and hopefully meet someone that I can fall in love with. I’m lucky in the sense that I’ve got everything in my life that I could possibly wish for, apart from love.”
Toby Aromolaran (Series 7)
Toby says of returning: “I’m single and Love Island worked for me the first time. I had a good relationship and fell in love. If I’m Single and Love Island is an opportunity for me, how could you turn down the chance to find love again?!”
Kaz Kamwi (Series 7)
Asked why she is returning, Kaz says: “To be totally honest, I actually really want to find love. I had a great time last series but I want to have an even better time.”
Chris Taylor (Series 5)
Chris says: “Last time I was only there for 15 days, so I want to do it and enjoy it all again. I am 33 now and getting on a bit – I am getting ear hair! It would be nice to have a girl to keep my ears trimmed for me! It would be good to find a girl who I can co-parent my dog with. ”
Georgia Steel (Series 4)
On making a comeback to the villa, Georgia says: “I’m 25, I have a house, a cat, a nice car – I have everything in life but a boyfriend, so why not give it as go. I feel like going in this time it’ll be nice because we have all gone through similar experiences, I think that’ll create an instant connection. ”
Anton Danyluk (Series 5)
Anton says of returning: “For me it was a no brainer. I got the call and it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and probably the best summer I have ever had in my life. Getting the chance to do it twice is going to be unbelievable.
“I think this time with Love Island: All Stars, things will be different, as we all understand what it’s like to go on Love Island and the only thing now missing is finding a partner. I’m really excited at the prospect of it. ”
Hannah Elizabeth (Series 1)
Hannah says: “I’m returning to the Love Island Villa because I did it eight years ago and what an opportunity I never thought I’d get again. I’m not very good at finding love but I had a ball the first time, so I’m going to have a ball again.
“It’s a great place to find love because it takes you out of your comfort zone. I’m looking forward to meeting people that I might not necessarily meet day to day.”
Jake Cornish (Series 7)
Jake says of heading to the villa for a second time: “There is nothing major I would do differently but I have definitely matured in the two years since first being on the show. I look at things differently and respond differently. When it comes to people’s opinions, I don’t sit on the fence anymore. That is my way of life now, so I will take that into the Villa.”
Demi Jones (Series 6)
Demi says: “I am returning to the Love Island Villa because I am ready again to find love. I lost a lot of confidence with my health issues over the last couple of years but I’ve been smashing the gym this year, finding my confidence again and I’ve got it back. So, let’s find a man!”
Luis Morrison (Series 1)
Luis says: “It was the best experience of my life. I found love in the Villa before and who knows if I can find love in there again?
“I’m a lot older and wiser, so I know what I am getting myself into. I don’t have a game plan at all – I am an open book so I will go with the flow and see what happens.”
Liberty Poole (Series 7)
Liberty says: “I’ve grown so much as a person since I was first on the show, so I’m excited for people to see that. I’m a lot more confident in who I am and sure about exactly what I want from a relationship. I just want to have fun and meet a lovely boy.”
Mitchel Taylor (Series 10)
Mitchel said: “I think I went in with my heart on my sleeve the first time and got hurt and this time I am just going in to enjoy myself and if a connection happens, a connection happens. Honestly when I went in for series ten, you saw me and Molly, I went for Molly, I wanted her. And with this one, I am not going to make myself that vulnerable. I am going to play the game. ”
Meanwhile it’s expected there will be a number of additional bombshells arriving throughout the series so watch this space for more!
Who WON’T be on the cast?
At least one former Islander has ruled themselves out of the show.
Chris Hughes, who appeared on the show in 2017, said: “It kind of didn’t fit in with my schedule or anything like that. I do feel with like Love Island my first experience was so enjoyable, and I wouldn’t want to go back on something which I had memories from.”
Meanwhile 2019 contestant Anna Vakili has reportedly pulled out of appearing on the cast.
When does the show start?
Meanwhile, it’s been confirmed that Love Island All Stars will begin on Monday, 15 January 2024 at 9PM on ITV2.
Iconic Islanders from previous seasons will embark on a quest to find love once more, diving back into the dating scene and striving to couple up while avoiding elimination from the Island. Their relationships will undergo rigorous testing as new arrivals make waves, causing heads to turn and leaving some hopelessly smitten contestants heartbroken, all in the pursuit of true love.
While the couples nurture their connections and vie for each other’s affections, as well as the nation’s attention, only one duo will emerge victorious, earning the coveted title of winners in Love Island: All Stars 2024.
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