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Maya Jama shows off all of her Love Island outfits
The hit reality show is back in June for another eight weeks of love, drama and more!
Love Island is back for its 10th series, and there is not long to go until fans can expect a summer of romance, friendships and of course... drama!
Fronted by Maya Jama, this will be her second season presenting the hit ITV2 and ITVX show, following on from the success of Winter Love Island which saw winners Kai and Sanam take the top spot.
So, when does 2023 Love Island start? Here's all we know!
Summer Love Island 2023 starts on Monday 5th June at 9pm.
You can catch all the action on ITV2 and ITVX, where previous series of the hit dating show can be watched on demand.
This series is reportedly running for eight weeks instead of the typical ten, but has yet to be officially confirmed.
The summer season is back in Mallorca after spending its winter stint in South Africa earlier this year.
The villa is a whopping six-bedroom Mallorcan mansion, which has has a 20-metre swimming pool, and outdoor kitchen and the infamous fire pit.
Of course, the interior will be kitted out in the finest hair and beauty products, along with bright colourful trinkets.
So far, no contestants for the summer 2023 series of love Island have been officially announced.
However, rumours have been circulating over what singletons will be jetting off to Mallorca to find love.
One rumoured contestant is 21-year-old Andre Furtado, who is a student and entrepreneur.