Love Island could be heading on tour later this year following its success.
Talks are reportedly underway for a stage version of the hit series, featuring this year's contestants and narrator Iain Stirling.
So-called Love Island: Unleashed would give fans the chance to meet and greet the Islanders from the latest series, ask them about their time on the show and even take part in tasks from the series.
Oh, and we'd be disappointed it there wasn't a live performance from Kem, Marcel and Chris.
"ITV are looking at a number of opportunities for a live event for this autumn," a source told The Sun newspaper. “They want to give viewers, particularly fans who can’t make the club appearances, a chance to get up close and personal with the cast.”
The potential live show is described as "Celebrity Juice meets Dream Boys meets a massive hen night".
“Fans can play games and get all the juicy gossip," the insider added. “The audience will be able to ask the stars questions and get involved as they play games."
ITV has been cashing in on Love Island's huge success with over 2 million viewers watching nightly.
The channel has already flogged more than 70,000 personalised Love Island water bottles for £15 each via the app while Primark has rolled out a range of Love Island T shirts.
There are also some rumours of a potential spin-off follow up show later this year to catch up with the couples following the series.
For now, Love Island continues nightly on ITV2.