‘Love Island: All Stars’ Returns for a Second Series in 2025

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ITV has announced that Love Island: All Stars will be returning for a second series in 2025, celebrating a decade since the nation’s most popular dating show first aired.

The spin-off series, which first aired in January 2024, features a cast of former Islanders seeking a second chance at love. The first series, set in a South African villa, was won by Molly Smith and Tom Clare.

Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality and Acquisitions at ITV, expressed his excitement: “Love Island: All Stars proved to be an enticing New Year treat for our loyal 16-34 audience, so it is hugely exciting to be re-opening the doors of our South African Villa for another set of alumni.”

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Mike Spencer, Creative Director at Lifted Entertainment, shared similar sentiments, calling it “a perfect way to celebrate a decade of Love Island”.

The first series of Love Island: All Stars saw the return of iconic Islanders such as Arabella Chi, Adam Maxted, Georgia Steel, Toby Aromolaran, Sophie Piper, Josh Ritchie, and more.

While the cast for the second series has not yet been confirmed, viewers can expect another group of familiar faces to grace their screens once again.

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Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming series of Love Island: All Stars!

I'm Noah Masire, I look after UK TV News at Memorable TV. From the gripping crime of Happy Valley to the feel good storytelling of All Creatures Great & Small, I bring you the latest news about what's what and who's who in the world of iconic British TV shows. Stay tuned!