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What time does Love Island 2021 start? And what channel is it on? Everything you need to know about watching the new series...
Love Island season 7 is here, and a whole new bunch of singletons have entered the villa in a bid to find The One.
Laura Whitmore is back to help the likes of Liberty Poole, Sharon Gaffka, Kaz Kamwi, Faye Winter and Shannon Singh look for love.
And we can expect lots more drama, dumpings and recouplings…
But what time is Love Island on and how can I watch it?
Love Island 2021 starts on Monday 28th June at 9pm.
An announcement shared by the official Love Island official Twitter account revealed back in June, writing: “A hot date for your diary: #LoveIsland returns to @itv2 and @itvhub on Monday 28th June!”
It will air on ITV2 and all episodes will also be on the ITV Hub to catch up after the show.
Love Island will air every evening other than on Saturdays.
The new cast includes a luxury party host, semi-pro footballer, waitress and civil servant.
It comes after the show was cancelled in 2020 due to Covid restrictions.
The first ever winter series aired in 2020 which saw Paige Turley and Finn Tapp being crowned the winners.
After bagging the top prize, the pair decided to split it between them and walk away with £50,000 each.
While the sixth season took place in sunny South Africa, Laura Whitmore is in Majorca this time around to film at the show’s ‘home’ for the first time.
The host previously said: "I’ve never seen the Villa in Majorca so I’ll probably be there a little bit fangirling at the Villa.
"It’s almost like a person to me. So I need to remember that I’m there doing a job, not just a fangirl."