After months of waiting, Love Island is finally back on our screens with an amazing new line-up.
As always, there's already been tears and tantrums, awkward love triangles and new contents entering the villa.
But despite watching them on-screen, viewers have been eager to know what the stars looked like before they became famous.
We've done the digging, and found all the snaps the contestants wish we hadn't seen!
Air hostess Amy, 26, underwent a makeover costing around £20,000 ahead of her stint on the ITV2 show.
Speaking to the Mirror, Amy has revealed she has had a boob job, a full mouth of veneers and hair extensions after feeling “self conscious."
Blonde surfer Lucie has always been a natural beauty if her old Instagram photos are anything to go by.
Prior to her time on the ITV2 show, the 21 year old went from a size 12 to a size 6 after embarking on a healthier lifestyle.
Welsh-born reality star Callum looks worlds away from his old school snap.
The aircraft engineer now has sandy blonde hair, as well as a very impressive six-pack.
28 year old pharmacist Anna looks very different in this old graduation snap, posted on her Instagram in 2017.
Anna has been in full glam mode on the show so far, but fans were left in awe over her uncovered Instagram photos.
Joe Garratt's instagram photos date back to 2013, where there were a number of adorable baby-faced photos.
Prior to entering the villa, the reality star described himself as a “friend zone guy" and a "lot chubbier back then,” which has left fans eager to see his transformation.
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Despite deleting all his old photos from Instagram, the 24 year old Scotsman has kept snaps of his impressive body transformation in 2018.
Boxer Tommy Fury, 20, looks worlds away from his old Instagram photos which date back to 2014.
The athlete has grown into his good looks, as well as spending a lot of time in the gym.
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