Love Island Season 7: Will Laura Whitman return? Plot, participants, delayed release date, and so much to know about this reality show.


If you adore dating shows, then Love Island is just the show for you!

Love Island is one of the best dating shows in recent times combined with a British touch. The show is a rebooted version of what we got in 2005. It is all about finding the right partner. The tasks performed by the contestants not only look very exciting, but they also add a sense of entertainment. The show hit a major bump in 2019 due to the shocking death of the host Caroline Flack. That’s why the hosting duties were transferred to Laura Whitmore.

With Iain Stirling behind the narration, Love Island has successfully telecasted a giant total of 244 episodes. Additionally, ITV has decided to bring back its seventh season. What are we going to witness in the upcoming entry? Here is what you need to know!

Love Island Season 7: What are we going to see?

Former BAFTA TV Award winner, Love Island, has chosen the beautiful country of Spain for its much-awaited seventh season. The show will take place inside an elegant villa, comprising of an interview room called The Beach Hut. The production team installs a large number of cameras all around the place to observe the participants regularly. The Hideaway Bedroom is the ultimate heaven for the couples to spend some well-deserved romantic time together.

Participants of Love Island Season 7

Season 7 has a completely new set of participants including Luke Trotman, Jamie McCann, Jade Affleck, George Day, Natalia Zoppa, Biggs Chris, Eva Zapico, Rebecca Gormley, Molly Smith, Josh Kempton, Ched Uzor, Wallace Wilson, Sophie Piper, Demi Jones, Connor Durman, Finley Tepp, and many more.

When will it come out?

The seventh season of Love Island was set to make a dramatic return in 2020. But the makers have decided to push back its release date due to the coronavirus concerns. Kevin Lygo from ITV recently confirmed this news in his statement:

“We are very sorry for fans of the show, but making it safe is our prime concern, and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021.”

We know it is really hard to wait till 2021, but we also believe that it will be beneficial to the health of the crew members.

We are leaving you with some of the best moments of Love Island! Enjoy!