Love Island 2024 lineup has been revealed

ITV’s Love Island is set to return to our screens on June 3, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.

The initial cast of hopeful singles has been revealed, promising another wild summer. The latest season of this iconic reality TV dating show will once again take place in a villa in Mallorca, with the stunning Maya Jama returning as the host.

The last edition, Love Island: All Stars, saw Molly Smith and Tom Clare emerge victorious, much to the delight of viewers. The couple is still together, their relationship flourishing, and they’ve been sharing romantic holiday snapshots from around the world.

While we’re happy for them, we’re eagerly anticipating the upcoming series. Without further ado, here are the first few contestants!

Munveer Jabbal, 30, Recruitment Manager from Surrey Munveer, one of the older cast members this year, claims a connection to fame as a close friend of Piers Morgan’s son Spencer. He’s now ready to find Mrs. Right. He said, “I haven’t found the right girl, I’m quite picky and have high standards. Dating in London is horrible. You don’t know who’s single… but now you’re putting me in a place where everyone’s single so there’s no issues around that.”

Patsy Field, 29, Office Administrator from Orpington Patsy explained why now is the perfect time for her to find Prince Charming. “I’m finally ready to find a sexy man and I think Love Island may just have some nice hunky guys for me,” she admitted. “I think now is the right time as I’ve got a few greys so I need to bag a man sooner rather than later.”

Ronnie Vint, 27, Semi-Pro Footballer from South East London Ronnie has been single for a while, focusing on his career over his personal life. “I’ve had two serious relationships in the past but more recently have enjoyed being single and doing my own thing as I’ve been focused on my football career,” he confessed. “I’ve got to the age where I want to find the right person I can build a life with.”

Nicole Samuel, 24, Accounts Manager from Aberdare Nicole, like Ronnie, has enjoyed her single life but is now ready to settle down. “I’ve been enjoying single life and the attention of different boys, it’s fun,” she said. “I’ve enjoyed being able to go on holiday with the girls and not having to worry about someone back home. All the girls are there texting in their room and I’m out till 4 in the morning living my best life.”

Samantha Kenny, 26, MUA from Liverpool Samantha is confident that her fiery personality will bring drama to the villa. “I think I will definitely bring some fire, I’m very opinionated and wear my heart on my sleeve,” she admitted. “I’m really bubbly too so I’ll definitely have a laugh as well as bringing some scouse glamour.”

Ciaran Davies, 21, Surveyor from South Wales One of the youngest contestants, Ciaran already has a connection to a former islander and fellow Welshman. “When I was in Malia on a boys holiday I pretended to be Liam Reardon from series 7 to get into a club because they wouldn’t let us in,” he revealed. “It worked and we ended up getting a private booth and free drinks all night.”

Mimii Ngulube, 24, Mental Health Nurse from Portsmouth Mimii, a self-professed ‘girl’s girl,’ intends to be honest in the villa. “My girls are my rocks and I’m theirs so I’ll be a good friend as well as going in there to find a man,” she claims. “I like dressing up so I’ll bring style, and I’d like to think I’m quite funny so I’ll make people laugh. Bringing honesty as well – I’m good at picking up on people’s personality traits and side-eyeing those who might be a liar.”

Sam Taylor, 23, Hair Stylist from Chesterfield Sam, considered the wisest among the cast, has an important message for viewers. “I’d say not to judge a book by its cover because how I look compared to what I do for work might not necessarily add up,” he explained. “You wouldn’t look at me as a tall guy covered in tattoos and think that I make girls’ hair look pretty for a living.”

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