Alexa, play 'You Sexy Thing' by Hot Chocolate, because it's about to go off.
ITV has finally confirmed the 'Love Island' return date of the reality dating show everyone is mad for. The series will be back on our screens on Monday, June 28.
That means that in less than two weeks, we'll already have watched the first two episodes of the new season - consider us excited.
Laura Whitmore is confirmed to be returning as the host of the new series. Her previous run on the show was the one and only season of 'Winter Love Island' at the beginning of 2020. Her husband Iain Stirling will also be returning as the narrator of the competition.
The premiere date for the seventh season of 'Love Island' is the only confirmed piece of information we have about the upcoming series. The past couple of weeks have seen a number of rumours surrounding the location and the cast, all of which ITV has not yet confirmed.
Some of the rumours have pointed at the cast already quarantining in Majorca, where the summer series has typically been hosted. We're sure to get confirmation on this by ITV in the run-up to the series' launch.
The broadcaster has also confirmed that the contestants on the series will have access to a number of therapy sessions on their return home after appearing on the series.
The 'Love Island' return date will be Monday, June 28. For Irish audiences, Virgin Media will be showing the series.