Love Island’s summer series has been inactive or perhaps axed due to the covid-19 outbreak, but host Laura Whitmore has insisted the show will be great when it returns to TV next year which is going to be in 2021.
Love island host, Laura Whitmore Promised show will be great when it finally returns in 2021.
ITV bosses have been forced to close the summer series due to the Covid-19 global outbreak
This simply means fans will have to wait until next year for their villa fix.
However, host Laura, who was positioned in when late star Caroline Flack stepped down, has been adamant fans will be in for a treat in 2021.
She explained they’ve had more applications than for any other series.
So, producers will be able to make sure the line-up is better than the previous ones.
In a post on social media, Twitter to be precise she wrote:
“Like with a lot of things because of restrictions with travel, social distancing and unable to plan ahead, Love Island is postponed until 2021.
“Great news is that there have been more applications then any other series! Next year is going to be BIG. Stay safe.”
Fans flocked to her web page to categorical show disappointed they were over the cancellation, however one insisted a smash will do the show some true – and Laura agreed.