Love Island Games full line-up revealed including 9 UK show legends

A brand new Love Island spin-off, named Love Island Games, is soon set to come to our screens, with Maya Jama as the host, and a stellar line-up of former show personalities confirmed to take part.

The new show will make its debut in the US on November 1 on Peacock, but the date it will air in the UK is yet to be confirmed.

Love Island Games will see some former Love Island stars from the UK, US, Australian, Swedish, German and French versions of the series, come together to live in a sprawling villa in Fiji.

Whilst there, they will compete in various challenges together, and there might even be romance along the way.

The Islanders from various UK seasons who will be competing have now been revealed.

It includes Curtis Pritchard who appeared on Series 5 of Love Island, as well as Megan Barton-Hanson from Series 4.

Also from Megan's Series is Georgia Steel who Megan famously clashed with on the show, so it remains to be seen if the two women will let bygones by bygones on the new show.

Others from that series set to appear on Love Island Games are Eyal Booker, who briefly enjoyed a romance with Megan, and Jack Fowler.

Mike Boateng will also be on the new show, following his appearance on Winter Love Island in 2020, whilst Series 7's Liberty Poole will be there too.

Scott Van Der Sluis, who was on the 2023 summer Love Island, is certainly making the most out of it, as he appeared on Love Island US straight after the UK version, and will now be starring on Love Island Games.

Finally, Toby Aromolaran from Series 7 will be making up the UK contestants on the new programme.

Joining the UK stars in the show are international Love Island stars Lisa Siden, Aurelia Lamprecht, Steph Blackos, Mitch Hibberd, Callum Hole, Tina Provis, Jess Losurdo, Johnny Middlebrooks, Ray Gantt, Kyra Green, Cely Vazquez, Carrington Rodriguez, Justine Ndiba, Courtney Boerner, Deb Chubb, Zeta Morrison and Imani Wheeler.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, winner of the Love Island 2022 series, has previously shared her thoughts on participating in Love Island All Stars.

Speaking to MailOnline, the former winner said: “No I’m not doing that, no. To me Love Island is a one-time thing and I’ve done that. I’ve had my experience and I loved it and that’s it for me.”

She recently got back together with her boyfriend Davide Sanclimenti, who she met on the show, so it's hardly surprising she's not open to forging new connections.

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