Love Island lining up ‘huge twist’ that viewers have ‘never seen on the show before’ | The Sun01/11/2023
LOVE Island bosses are planning a huge twist this series to keep Islanders on their toes.
Next week, ten singletons are heading into the villa in South Africa and while they might think they know what to expect, they could be in for a big surprise.
A TV insider said: “Love Island bosses are always thinking of new ways to keep the Islanders and viewers captivated and this year they have really pulled it out the bag.
“Everything is being kept really hush hush but it’s like nothing anyone has seen before.
“Fans thought an older Islander could be headed back in again, but it’s not going to be that.
“Let’s just say no one can get too comfortable this series.”
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Ron Hall, 25, a financial adviser from Essex, who lost his sight in one eye while playing football aged eight, joins the cast alongside an actress who was in James Bond, a farmer and a make-up artist to the stars.
The new islanders are set to enter the Love Island villa in South Africa on January 16 as new host Maya Jama takes over from Laura Whitmore, who announced she was stepping down in August.
Maya is set to get an entrance like never seen before.
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Chatting to The Sun, executive producer Mike Spencer said: "We've got a few surprises in store for Maya. She'll be having a very epic entrance."
Maya laughed in response and said: "I'm intrigued!
"Maybe I'll have to wear a helmet. I'm not sure what I'll have to do … probably sign some health and safety forms."
The upcoming series is the show's first winter series since before the coronavirus pandemic.
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