How to get on Love Island 2019: When do applications open? How to apply and typical questions
25 July 2018, 14:01
As Love Island 2018 draws to a close, producers are already looking for next year's contestants and have opened 2019 applications early. So how do you apply for Love Island? And what is the Love Island application process like?
There's only one week left until the Love Island 2018 final, and it's looking likely Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, and Megan Barton-Hanson and Wes Nelson might make their way into the finals.
Reports claims Love Island producers have now opened Love Island 2019 applications, and are giving themselves more time to find "vibrant singles" to enter the villa next year.
So how can you apply for the show? What type of person do they look for? Well, to be honest if you're an Instagram star or linked to a celebrity then you're more likely to have one of the producers slide into direct messages.
However, you can still take fate into your own hands and apply through ITV's website - but be warned, over 70,000 people applied last year so it's stiff competition.
When do Love Island 2019 applications open?
What is the love island application process?
What age do you need to be to apply on Love Island?
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What personality do Love Island producers look for in a contestant?
What are the Love Island application questions?
Are Love Island contestants paid?
Love Island contestants are not paid a fee to enter the show, however, they do have free accommodation, food and expenses - plus access to lots of freebies. What's more, the contestants have been known to rake in the cash upon their exit through club appearances (which can start at £5,000 each) magazine deals, endorsements and social media partnerships.