Love Island: All Stars is set to make its eagerly anticipated on screen debut on Monday with more than a few familiar faces returning to the villa.
Maya Jama will be back hosting as Islanders give love a second chance.
The first episode will see awkward reunions between exes and new friendships formed before the first All Star contestants are coupled up.
Who is returning to the villa?
The line-up includes YouTube stars, influencers and past season villains returning in the hopes of finding love.
Georgia Harrison (series three)
Georgia first appeared on Love Island in 2017 after entering the villa as the final bombshell contestant.
The 29-year-old has more recently become known for her work around online safety as a survivor of revenge porn. Her ex-partner Stephen Bear was sentenced to 21 months in prison for voyeurism and disclosing private, sexual photographs and films after he shared intimate footage of them online.
Toby Aromolaran (series seven)
Toby first appeared on Love Island in 2021 and could famously never make up his mind. He reached the final with Chloe Burrows before the couple split up a year later.
The 24-year-old returned for Love Island Games last year.
Kaz Kamwi (series seven)
Kaz was an original islander in series seven and reached the final with Tyler Cruickshank. The pair split after four months of dating.
The 29-year-old remains close friends with fellow Islander Liberty Poole (series seven) who is also returning for the All Stars spin-off.
Liberty won over the hearts of the nation after the sudden end of her romance with Jake Cornish (series seven) – who coincidentally will also be returning for All Stars.
Jake was a controversial figure during his time in the villa in 2021. He was coupled up with Liberty Poole but fans and Islanders alike were left wondering whether his feelings were genuine.
The 26-year-old eventually split with Liberty before the pair quit the villa days before the final.
Demi Jones (series six)
Demi entered the villa in 2020 as a bombshell. She reached the final with Luke Mabbott before the pair split and he found love with other ex-Islander Lucie-Rose Dolan.
A year after leaving the villa, Demi was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and had to undergo surgery to remove a tumour. She was given the “all-clear” in 2023.
Luis Morrison (series one)
Luis, 29, appeared on the first series of Love Island in 2015 and found love in the villa with Cally Jane Beach. The couple were together for three years and welcomed a daughter, Vienna.
The pair split less than three months after Cally gave birth.
He will be joined by fellow series one alumni Hannah Elizabeth (series one) who got engaged in the final to The Only Way is Essex star Jon Clark.
The pair split nine months after the final.
Anton Danyluk (series five)
Scottish fitness buff Anton first entered the villa in 2019 where he found romance with Belle Hassan.
The couple ended up having an explosive argument and narrowly missed a place in the final. They split five weeks after the show wrapped up.
Mitchel Taylor (series ten)
Fresh from his appearance in the villa, Mitchel will be returning for a second chance at finding love.
He was originally coupled up with Molly Marsh but ended up with Abi Moores at Casa Amor after Molly was dumped from the show. He then coupled up with Ella Barnes.
Chris Taylor (series five)
Social media influencer and and TikTok star Chris will be returning to the villa after his initial stint in 2019.
After leaving the villa, Chris coupled up with fellow Love Islander Maura Higgins but the pair split six months later after realising they “work better as friends”.
The 33-year-old most recently appeared in the Barbie movie alongside Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.
Love Island: All Stars begins on Monday, January 15 at 9pm on STV.
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