'Love Island' is a British dating reality show hosted by Caroline Flack and narrated by Iain Stirling. It airs six nights a week over the summer and sees a batch of singletons move into a villa in Spain in the hopes of finding love. Now in its fifth season, it's become one of the biggest TV events of the year with viewers glued to the drama, twists and turns of the Islanders.
The reality series ran previously for two seasons from 2005 to 2006 and featured twelve single celebrities spending five weeks on an island in Fiji together.
When does 'Love Island' 2019 begin?
'Love Island' returns to Virgin Media Two on Monday 3rd June at 9pm
Who are the female Islanders?
Yewande, 23, is a scientist from Dublin.
Lucie, 21, is a surfer from Newquay.
Amy, 26, is an air hostess/cabin crew manager from Worthing, Sussex.
Anna, 28, is a pharmacist from London.
Amber, 21, is a beauty therapist from Newcastle.
Who are the male Islanders?
Curtis, 23, is a ballroom and latin dancer from Shropshire.
Michael, 27, is a firefighter from Liverpool.
Joe, 22, is a catering company owner from South East London.
Tommy, 20, is a boxer from Manchester.
Anton, 24, is a gym owner from Airdrie, Scotland.
Who presents 'Love Island'?
Callum, 28, is an aircraft engineer from South Wales.
Sherif, 20, is a chef and semi-pro rugby player from London.
Miss Caroline Flack, of course.
Who narrates 'Love Island'?
'Love Island' is narrated by Scottish comedian Iain Stirling.
Who were the previous winners of 'Love Island'?
'Love Island' 2018 - Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham
'Love Island' 2017 - Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay
'Love Island' 2016 - Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
'Love Island' 2015 - Jessica Hayes and Max Morley
Can I still apply for 'Love Island' 2019?
You can apply up until July 15th as new singletons are added all the time. You can find the application form here.
How long is 'Love Island' on for?
Every year the show gets longer. Series one was just over 5 weeks, the second series ran for six weeks and series three lasted for seven weeks.
Series four was the longest ever, running for a total of eight weeks.
It has yet to be confirmed how long 'Love Island' 2019 will last but you can assume it will at least be eight weeks.