Love Island will be returning to our screens this summer [ITV]
Stars like Kady McDermott, Scott Thomas, Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen were among the stars to enter Love Island last year, creating perhaps one of the best series of reality TV the UK has ever seen.
Recently the winners of last year’s show, Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey, announced that they are expecting a baby, despite recently breaking up.
The show sees a selection of young, attractive people heading to a villa in Majorca where they must live together for over a month.
A huge amount of the stars found love during their time on the show with Alex and Olivia announcing their engagement late last year as well as Kady and Scott moving in together.
Cara De La Hoyde recently revealed that she was pregnant [Wenn]
While we’re very happy for all the old stars, we’re also looking forward to meeting all the new meat.
With the show’s new series just around the corner, here’s the main reasons – among hundreds – we’re so excited for the return.
It is on every day
We’re currently in a little but of a lull as The Only Way Is Essex recently finished it’s 20th series, leaving us with a whole lot of nothing to watch after work.
The show is on ITV2 every week day [Wenn]
But, lucky for us, Love Island is shown everyday of the week so you’ve got some thing to watch every night now!
It also means if you happen to miss a few, you can spend a hungover Sunday catching up – bliss.
You can bring back your Love Island Whatsapp group
All real fans of Love Island have one.
Last series saw the likes of Emma-Jane Woodham and Terry Walsh enter the villa [Wenn]
A place where you can share your open and honest thoughts about the behaviour of the contestants.
And who knows, this year you may not have a falling out with a friend over your strong and different opinions.
Love Island will actually save you money
Your friends are texting you asking you to come out for a couple of glasses of wine.
Olivia Buckland has since got engaged to Alex Bowen, who she met on the show [WENN]
But where are you?
That’s right, you’re laying on the sofa, watching the latest argument between the contestants of Love Island.
Before you know it, you’ll be saving a tonne of money from just being antisocial.
The daily debrief with colleagues
Kady McDermott and Scott Thomas has moved in together since the show [Wenn]
The work day may start a nine, but you’ll be starting later in June as you’ll need a good 20 minutes to debrief last night’s episode with your colleagues.
And if you don’t have colleagues that watch Love Island, you might want to reconsider your career.
You can be as judgemental as you want
What’s better than simply laying on your sofa with a large glass of wine passing judgement on strangers?
Love Island is set to return to our screens soon [Wenn]
Nothing, that’s what.
Your love life will feel like a walk in the park
Whether you’re in a relationship or single, you’ll feel like all your problems are so trivial.
Watching couples screaming and throwing things at each other has that effect on you.
The next series is set to be just as good as the last [Wenn]
You can witness the most cringe relationship moments ever, without being involved
One of the greatest things about Love Island is that you get to be involved in everyone’s love lives, without the backlash.
You can judge and witness the best and most cringe moments ever, without having to suffer any repercussions.