Love Island 2020

Love Island is a dating reality series. It aired for two seasons in 2015 to 2019 on ITV2. This is the revival of another dating reality show, which featured celebrities in 2005 and 2006. In the new Love Island, the contestants were normal people instead of celebrities. The show is the recipient of the 2018 BAFTA Award for Best Reality and Constructed Factual show.

Love Island 2020
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It generated a lot of controversies when four people related to the show committed suicide after they came on the show.

Iain Stirling narrated the show. Caroline Flack until 2019 hosted the show.

In February 2020, Love Island canceled their this year’s summer show, due to Corona Virus Pandemic outbreak across the globe.

Format of Love Island:

In Love Island, the contestants have to live in isolation in a villa, somewhere out of everyone’s reach. This villa in Mallorca is under continuous video surveillance. 

To survive, the constants have to pair up with each other. Then they have to overcome different tasks given to them. In the entire course, they generally break up, forming a new alliance with other contestants. 

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The contestants who fail to pair up are sent out of the show. Another way of eliminating the contestants is through public voting. The audience can vote out the contestants or save their favorite contestants by voting using their smartphones. Often, a twist in the plot is always present, when any participant or a couple is about to be eliminated.

In the final week, and the only public vote is taken into consideration. 

In the villa, the contestants have cell phones which they use to interact with other constants of the villa. They also receive the information and the latest tasks on these cell phones.

The contestants go through tasks regularly which challenge their mental and physical strength.

The winning couple gets a cash prize of £50,000. 

Is Love Island coming back?

According to ITV, Love Island will be returning in summer 2021! 

According to ITV, this time Love Island will be bigger and bolder than ever!

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The new season of Love Island is supposed to be around six to eight weeks long