One of the nation's favourite reality series is making a comeback in just a week.
With so little time to go before its broadcast, the contestants for 'Love Island' 2021 have been unveiled.
The first contestant to be announced is Shauna Gaffka from Oxford.
She is 25 and works as Operations Lead for the Department of Transport.
The first male contestant to be announced for this year's 'Love Island' is Aaron Francis.
Londoner Aaron is 24 and works as a luxury events host. He's covered some high profile events, including Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice's royal weddings.
Next up is 21 year old Liberty Poole from Birmingham.
She works as a waitress at Nando's and is studying marketing.
Hugo Hammond is the first ever 'Love Island' contestant with a physical disability.
The P.E. teacher was born with clubfoot. He is 24 years old and hails from Hampshire.
Shannon Singe, 22, is from Fife in Scotland and works as a model.
Then there's Jake Cornish. He's a 24 year-old water engineer from Weston-super-Mare.
Kaz Kamwi works as a fashion blogger.
She is 26 and from Essex with a huge Instagram following of 61k followers.
Brad McCelland has been single for two years and has never been on a date.
He is 26 years old, from Northumberland, and works as a labourer.
Next up on the 'Love Island' line-up is Chloe Burrows.
Aged 25, Chloe is a financial marketing executive from Bichester.
Next up is 21 year-old semi-pro footballer Toby Aromolaran. He plays for an unusual team focussed on social media called Hashtag United.
Toby hails from Essex and has never been in a relationship.
Faye Winter is the eleventh and final contestant headed to the 'Love Island' villa.
She is a 26 year-old lettings manager.
The new season of 'Love Island' debuts on Monday, June 28 at 9pm on Virgin Media One.