Love Island 2020 Cast Revealed for Upcoming Winter Series
This is the first time Love Island will air twice in a year and this is their first winter series. The winners of the show will get £50,000.

Love Island has released its lineup for their upcoming winter series, including Lewis Capaldi’s ex-girlfriend.

The reality show will take place in South Africa in a villa in Cape Town. The latest season will launch on Sunday, January 12. ITV has announced who the 12 contestants will be.


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Here are the 12 islanders:

The Girls

Sophie Piper, 21, a medical PA from Essex

Paige Turley, 22, a singer from West Lothian

Siânnise Fudge, 25, a beauty consultant from Bristol

Eve and Jess Gale, 20, students and VIP hostesses from London

Leanne Amaning, 22, a customer service advisor from London

Shaughna Phillips, 25, a democratic services officer from London

The Boys

Mike Boateng, 24, a police officer from London

Connor Durman, 25, a coffee bean salesman from Brighton

Nas Majeed, 23, a sports science graduate and builder from London

Ollie Williams, 23, heir to the Lanhydrock Estate from Cornwall

Callum Jones, 23, a scaffolder from Manchester

Laura Whitmore has also arrived in South Africa, ahead of the show. Whitmore replaced Caroline Flack as the host of the show after Flack was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend.

(Image Source: Instagram/ Caroline Flack)

Related: Love Island Host Caroline Flack Arrested for Assault

After news about Caroline Flack’s arrest after allegedly assaulting her boyfriend spread like wildfire, fans of the show called for her to be replaced as the host. ITV has officially announced that Whitmore will be taking over Flack’s place as the host for Love Island’s first-ever winter series.

ITV’s statement read, “ITV2 today announces that Laura Whitmore will host season 6 of Love Island. The show will launch on the channel on 12 January 2020.

Love Island 2020 will begin on January 12.


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