Depending on how you feel about 'Love Island', this news might be the best or worst you'll hear today.
If you're feeling bereft at the fact that there are just days remaining in the current series, however, this will cheer you up - ITV have confirmed that there will be TWO seasons of 'Love Island' next year.
Given how popular the current fifth season has been - breaking the six-million viewers barrier in the UK - 'Winter Love Island' will take place in January to plug the gap that 'Celebrity Big Brother' has left.
It'll be broadcast from South Africa and is expected to last six weeks. Caroline Flack will return to host.
A source told The Sun: "ITV bosses have been thrilled with the popularity of the show this year and enjoyed bumper viewing figures so it seemed like a no brainer to fill the January reality TV slot left by Celebrity Big Brother.
“Caroline is now synonymous with the show so it wouldn’t seem right to have anyone else hosting it. They’ll use the same production crew too so it should all run like clock work.”
The summer series is expected to run in June from Mallorca, as per usual.
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