Love Island bosses are already planning a huge twist for this year's series.
The ITV2 show will launch its new season on Monday at 9PM.
Ahead of the launch they revealed this year's new Islanders, with seven guys and five girls on the starting cast.
But they won't be alone in the villa for long, with six new arrivals already lined up to join them.
"The current line up isn't going to stay the same for long – and the newbies are super-hot," a source told The Sun newspaper. "They are being called 'bombshell arrivals' and viewers will see why when they see them.
"They are currently holed up in a secret location and will make their appearances as the series goes on, it’s going to make amazing TV and it’ll be a real twist for those who start the show."
According to the Daily Mirror, the first new bombshells are Molly-Mae Hague and Jazmine Nichol.
The two 19-year-olds are set to balance out the numbers between the men and women when they drop in shortly after launch.
And they're no strangers to one another having competed in beauty pageants in the past.
"Molly-Mae and Jazmine have competed with each other since they were young teens - they know each other's strengths and weaknesses," a source claimed.
The insider added: "They are both national queens who are used to competing and will do everything they can to beat each other."
Love Island 2019 starts on Monday, June 3 at 9PM on ITV2.
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.