Get ready for two months of singletons trying to find love in the villa.

The wait for one of the biggest shows of the summer is almost over and we will finally see the Islanders in the villa followed by Caroline’s Flack-attacks as well as Iain Stirling’s witty jokes.

The hit reality show returns this Monday the 3rd of June at 9 pm on Virgin Media Two.

The Love Island crew released pictures and a video recently of the new Islanders, including Irish scientist Yewande Biala, for the fifth season of the show. 

It has definitely taken over the internet as it is all anyone can talk about since the photos were released.

When about the success of the show, presenter Caroline Flack said, “The secret behind Love Island’s success is that it’s a really simple show about a really complicated subject. No love situation is ever the same, no relationship is ever the same, we are all either in love, out of love, falling in love or falling out of it. It’s relatable and that is the thing that is never going to change.”

There is also an Irish Islander that will be entering the villa this year and her name is Yewande Biala and she is a 23-year-old scientist from Dublin.

When asked on how far she would go to get the man she wants in the villa, Yewande commented, “I am a terrible flirt but I’m such a girly girl and I can’t imagine stealing someone’s man in there. I don’t think I’d be that type but never say never.”

From ITV Studios Love Island: SR5 on ITV2 Pictured: Yewande Biala.

Curtis Pritchard who is a dancer on the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars is also appearing on the show as an Islander. He is ready to go as far as it takes to get the girl he wants in the villa, Curtis commented, “All I can do is be me and if a girl doesn’t like me, then she doesn’t like me. If she likes me then she likes me and I end up on top. It is what it is, it’s the circle of life.”

 Curtis Pritchard. ITV2

Get ready for a jam-packed two months of the Islanders trying to find love and get to the end of the season where one lucky couple will win £50k.

Love Island returns to Virgin Media Two on Monday the 3rd of June at 9 pm and Love Island: Aftersun will return the following Sunday.