Love Island LIVE: What time does it start tonight?

LOVE Island is BACK and it's just what we need to lift our January blues every night.

A bunch of sexy twenty-somethings will spend weeks in sunny South Africa coupling up to find true love and be in with the chance of winning £50,000.


  • LOVE Island is back on TONIGHT with the show's first ever winter series.

    Season six will be broadcast from sunny South Africa and of course includes a brand new bunch of sexy singletons looking for love.

    It is the sixth season of the popular reality TV show – and the first of two series to be aired in 2020.

    If one hour a day isn't enough for you then Love Island: Aftersun will air every Monday at 10pm after the main show has finished.

    Following Caroline Flack arrest for assault and subsequent court appearance, the original Love Island host stood down from the show. Laura Whitmore is now the new host of Love Island, reportedly landing a £500,000 deal to replace pal Caroline.

    Laura dates Love Island narrator Iain Stirling, who will be back with his witty commentary for the new series.

    12 new singletons are ready to enter villa to look for love.

    But as with every year, more hunks in trunks and bikini babes will enter the villa throughout the series to add some fun, stir up some drama, and of course turn some heads.

    On tonight's launch show we will meet: Leanne Amaning, Eve Gale, Jess Gale, Sophie Piper, Paige Turley, Siânnise Fudge, Shaughna Phillips, Mike Boateng, Connor Durman, Callum Jones, Nas Majeed, Ollie Williams.

    After the first episode is aired at 9pm you can catch the programme at the same time each night throughout the week.

    If the contestants are lucky enough to find love and go to the final they will have the chance to win the ultimate cash prize of £50,000

    Once the winner is announced by Laura, the winners will then be asked to pick an envelope each.

    One contains £0 whilst the other holds the £50,000.

    Whoever has the envelope with the prize money in it is asked whether they want to split it with their partner and receive £25,000 each or whether they want to keep the £50,000.

    Applications are now closed as you had until January 11, 2020 to apply.

    Before applications closed, the team behind the ITV2 show said they were hoping to cast a “more diverse” bunch of singletons for the South Africa series.

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