Caroline Flack is back with Love Island 2017 tonight, but what time does series 3 start and what can we expect?
Here we round up all the latest news and rumours about the Love Island 2017 on ITV2 this year.
Love Island 2017 start time
The official air date for Love Island 2017 on ITV2 has finally been confirmed.
The new series will start TONIGHT on Monday, June 5 at 9PM on ITV2. The show then continues weeknights at 9PM on ITV2.
Rumour has it that the new series will be the longest yet, running for up to eight weeks.
Love Island 2017 cast
The Love Island 2017 cast has now been confirmed! ITV has unveiled up of eleven hotties - 6 girls and 5 guys - who will start the show in the villa on Monday night.
Of course, we've no doubt there will be many more joining them as the weeks go by, but for now meet the Love Island cast of 2017 below..
Olivia Attwood - 26-year-old Motorsport Grid Girl from Surrey
Chloe Crowhurst - 22-year-old Executive Assistant from Essex
Montana Brown - 21-year-old Economics Student from Hertfordshire
Jessica Shears - 23-year-old Glamour Model from Devon
Camilla Thurlow - 27-year-old Explosive Ordnance Disposal from Dumfries
Amber Davies - 20-year-old Dancer from South Wales
Marcel Somerville - 31-year-old Music Professional from London
Kem Cetinay - 21-year-old Hairdresser from Essex
Sam Gowland - 21-year-old Oil Rig Worker from Middlesbrough
Harley Judge - 22-year-old groundsworker from Norwich
Dominic Lever - 26-year-old Careers Advisor from Manchester
What's new this year?
Caroline's still hosting and Iain Stirling will return to voice the series, but what else is new?
Well as as well as introducing this year’s fresh batch of Love Islanders, Caroline will also host a brand new weekly live studio show in the UK called AfterSun that will keep Love Island on everyone’s lips throughout the summer.
Airing on SUNDAY nights at 10PM on ITV2, with a panel of different celebrity guests each week, the show will offer viewers first reaction to the goings on in the villa, exclusive interviews with dumped islanders, and all the gossip from the sauciest and sexiest series to date.
Meanwhile contestants will 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.
Are last year's couples still together?
Last year’s show saw pairings go from frivolous flirts to a number of fully fledged couples who are still together: Alex and Olivia, Scott and Kady and Rykard and Rachel.
As well as still being together, Alex and Olivia have gone even further, recently getting engaged in the New Year.
However winners Winners Nathan and Cara announced that they had split last month - but have since revealed they're expecting a baby together.
Love Island will air on ITV2 this year.