Everything we know about Love Island All Stars rumours from top names that could head back to villa

An All Stars edition of ITV’s Love Island is reportedly in development – and some of the biggest names in the show’s history are thought to be interested.

It’s been claimed that the broadcaster is set to invite some of the show’s most iconic heroes and villains back for another go at finding love in the villa.

After the show brought back series four star Adam Collard as a bombshell for series eight and two former Aussie contestants entered the UK villa in South Africa for the 2023 winter series, which is still underway and has just been rocked by the infamous Casa Amor, the rumour mill has gone into overdrive.

The Sun said they’ve spoken to an ITV insider who claimed, “Love Island All Stars is in development at ITV and it is a concept they have been talking about. This summer’s series marks the tenth series of the show and ITV thinks there is an appetite for the concept.”

The source went on to say that the channel already has a “wishlist” of ex-islanders they’re hoping will be willing to return.

The list is said to include series five star Maura Higgins, Sophie Piper, who is the younger sister of The Saturdays' Rochelle Humes, and Kady McDermott, who was just 20 when she starred on the show.

Producers are also said to be courting Kady’s ex, Scott Thomas, who she finished fourth with.

Another male islander they’re thought to have their eye on is Kem Cetinay, who won the show in 2017 with his ex-girlfriend Amber Davies.

However, the insider also added that ITV isn’t yet fully committed to the project and that they’re keen to see how much of a success the all stars version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is before this new incarnation of Love Island gets the green light.

However, if it does go ahead, it looks like the fans on social media already have a lot of ideas when it comes to the casting.

One fan wrote that they thought the series would “flop” unless they secured series four contestant Megan Barton-Hanson and another said that the show is “finally listening” to fans before begging the producers to consider sending series five winner Amber Gill and series seven star Chloe Burrows back into the villa.

However, Amber is now all loved up with girlfriend Jen Beattie so she might not be keen to head back to the villa and Megan has found love with fellow reality star Demi Sims.

Despite widespread excitement, some fans reacted with scorn to the idea and said they hoped the project wouldn’t go ahead.

One wrote that the show would be “stupid” and added that it would be “so cringe watching them pretend that they like each other and not already know each other.”

Another remarked that the show would be “pointless” and the contenders would just be “fame hungry” with no real intention of finding love in the iconic villa.

ITV have yet to announce any formal plans for the series, despite already casting for a middle-aged spin off for the show, but series nine is currently underway in South Africa and the show will return again for a landmark tenth series in June.


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