A Love Island All Star season reportedly in the works
Ready for round two?
Love Island's executive producer has just teased an All-Star series, in which some of the best contestants would return to the villa.
The show would see familiar faces come back again for a second shot at love.
In a Q&A session on Reddit with fans, Mike Spencer revealed he would absolutely “love” to bring back some of the show’s fan favourites.
He said: “I would personally love to make an All-Stars in the future with past Islanders across all series. What do you think?”
While he was all for it, he added that the decision would ultimately "be a question for the channel".
Naturally, fans rushed to the comments section to have their say.
"As long as you bring [back] our queen Maura [Higgins] it’d be amazing!" one person said.
"That would be my DREAM!!! Please make it happen!" another said.
The upcoming summer series of the dating show is set to be longer than ever before as it will air for 10 instead of eight weeks. There'll also be a brand new villa for guests to enjoy.
Earlier today, it was announced that Love Island bosses are officially banning all the messy food challenges that have been a staple on the show since season one.
Each year we see a slightly disturbing and totally disgusting food challenge which is always guaranteed a mixed reaction.
Viewers have to witness the contestants spitting food and drink into each other's mouths in order to win usually nothing, but this year will thankfully be different.
The show also announced that it is ditching its fast-fashion sponsors and is opting to dress this year's contestants in second-hand clothes.
Love Island returns to ITV and Virgin Media on 6 June at 9 pm.