The conclusion of last night’s Love Island has concluded (at least for a few months), with Jess Harding and Sammy Root winning the £50,000 prize.
If seeing the couple in love cuddle up on TV gets you feeling romantic, you could consider applying for the upcoming season.
ITV is apparently cancelling the winter season (again) and replacing it with an all-stars spin-off that will include famous previous islanders, even though in 2023 singles got two opportunities to appear on the programme.
This implies that the next opportunity for you to visit the villa will be in the summer of 2024. But how do you apply?
How to apply for Love Island 2024
Applications for the next series are open and those wishing to apply should complete the registration form on the ITV website.
You can express interest in appearing on the programme even though it’s likely that some spots are already taken because the producers are known to choose candidates from social media in advance.
Who can apply for Love Island? Eligibility requirements explained
Before you get your hopes up, make sure you pass the eligibility steps required to start completing your entry form.
- You must be aged at least 18 years old at the date of your application
- You must not be:
- Currently employed by ITV
- A live-in partner or immediate relative of someone who works on Love Island
- You must hold, or be prepared to obtain, a viable passport (one which is less than 10 years old and valid until at least 6 months after the programmes end date)
- You must be exclusively available to participate in Love Island for a minimum of ten consecutive weeks
Although there doesn’t appear to be a set deadline for candidates to express their interest, casting often starts in January, so don’t wait too long to submit the form.
Source My Celebrity Life.