Love Island's start date has been "revealed" ahead of the fifth series of this year’s show.
Fans of the popular dating show are eagerly anticipating the new series, as a string of sexy singletons are set to look for love in the Spanish villa.
The Love Island UK Twitter account, which is not officially affiliated with the show, has now "revealed" that the show will return to our screens on Monday 3 June.
The tweet read: "Rumour has it love island starts on 3rd of June pass it on."
Presenter Caroline Flack revealed earlier this month that she had started filming for the ITV show and would be meeting the new stars of the show imminently.
"What’s really exciting about this week is that we start filming for Love Island 2019," she told her Instagram followers.
"And by the end of the week I’m going to have potentially seen the cast for this year, which is really exciting and mad that it’s come around this quick.
"So I’ll let you know what happens, it’s going to be a long, hot summer and all that."
She later teased fans by revealing there’s "only three weeks to go" until the show preparation begins.
Following her workout, she addressed fans: "I’ve just trained with Bradley Simmons, he put me through utter hell.
"Making me do weights I should not be lifting, but he says we’ve only got three weeks before Love Island starts, or Love Island prep, so we’ve got to work hard.
"But to be fair… I feel more sorry for Bradley having to put up with my moaning than me having to put up with his training."
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