Love Island stars Megan Barton-Hanson and Curtis Pritchard have reportedly signed up to the first-ever all-star spin-off show.
The reality duo, who have both had a number of iconic moments on the show, are said to be currently in Fiji filming Love Island Games.
If the rumours are true, the pair will soon be joined presenter Maya Jama who announced last month that will be flying over to host the highly-anticipated series.
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The entire cast for the spin-off show is yet to be officially announced however according to The Sun, Megan, 29, and Curtis, 27, are a done deal.
An insider told the publication: "Megan and Curtis are both amazing signings for the spin-off and bosses are rubbing their hands together that they agreed to take part.
"They are two of Love Island's most memorable contestants ever – who could forget Megan turning every boy's head in the villa, or Curtis' brutal breakup with Amy [Hart]?"
The series which will have an array of Love Island stars from international series, will air in the US on Peacock in November before making its way to ITV at a later date.
Other popular contestants who have been rumoured to be taking part in the show are Luca Bish, who famously romanced Gemma Owen in 2022 and 2021 star Lucinda Strafford.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed that Lucinda was recently in Los Angeles where the Peacock offices are located and instantly speculated that she may also be involved in the series.
However, one islander who won't be involved in the new show is series two and ten star Kady McDermott, who returned to the programme this summer.
Appearing on Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks' Staying Relevant podcast recently, she said: "I got asked to do Love Island The Games in September – I’ve had enough, I’m retired for the year. I’ll leave that one."
Presenter Maya recently confirmed that she would be hosting the show in a post on Instagram, with the caption: "WOI. We’re going GLOBAL!!????????????
This limited time promotion also comes just in time for new premieres from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more. These include FX’s Welcome To Wrexham S2 (13 September) and The Kardashians S4 (28 September)
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"Over the moon to be hosting my first international show on @peacock @loveislandusa … which of your faves do you wanna see involved?"
It comes after ITV bosses confirmed Love Island All Stars will air on ITV2 and ITVX in 2024
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