Love Island is back! Hostess Laura Whitmore appears in the FIRST LOOK trailer for the 2021 series

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Love Island presenter Laura Whitmore looked sizzling in a sassy red jumpsuit when she appeared in the trailer for the first look of the new series.

With Series 7 of the hit ITV2 show starting June 28, 2021, the 36-year-old presenter appeared in one of two promo clips airing on Saturday during The Masked Dancer.

And this year’s show features a brand new catchphrase: ‘This is not a drill’ as the countdown finally begins for the highly anticipated series that was postponed last year due to the pandemic.

It’s back! Love Island host Laura Whitmore looked sizzling in a sassy red jumpsuit when she appeared in the trailer for the first look of the new series

In the short clip, new mom Laura can be seen walking down a London high street with a hammer while approaching a fire alarm.

The star looked ready for summer in a red jensemble and shades as she took a cheeky look at the camera before proceeding to sound the alarm, which reads, ‘In case of Love Island, crack on’.

While a voice very similar to her husband and Love Island narrator Iain Stirling. exclaiming, “This is not a drill!”

A second clip sees a huge red truck, equipped with sirens and megaphones, appear on the screen with the registration: ‘LOV3’.

Cracking on: With Series 7 of the hit ITV2 show airing on June 28, 2021, the 36-year-old presenter appeared in one of two promo clips airing on Saturday during The Masked Dancer

Cracking on: With Series 7 of the hit ITV2 show airing on June 28, 2021, the 36-year-old presenter appeared in one of two promo clips airing on Saturday during The Masked Dancer

Laura was seen filming the promo in Barking, East London earlier this month, pictured driving the truck around with a megaphone.

While she also sent fans wild on Saturday by sharing a snapshot of the Love Island alarm alongside the tagline, “ This is not a drill. ”

Meanwhile, things are definitely underway for the new series like On Thursday, construction workers were at work in the spacious Majorcan villa that used to house the beautiful singletons.

Get ready!  And this year's show features a brand new catchphrase, 'this is not a drill' as the countdown finally begins for the highly anticipated series that was postponed last year due to the pandemic

Get ready! And this year’s show features a brand new catchphrase, ‘this is not a drill’ as the countdown finally begins for the highly anticipated series that was postponed last year due to the pandemic

Smash it: The star seemed ready for summer in a red jensemble and shades as she took a cheeky look at the camera before proceeding to sound the alarm, which reads, 'In the case of Love Island, crack on'

Smash it: The star seemed ready for summer in a red jensemble and shades as she took a cheeky look at the camera before proceeding to sound the alarm, which reads, ‘In the case of Love Island, crack on’

Several men appeared to be building the expansive set while making the most of the sunny Spanish weather and sawing large chunks of wood outside, while other crew members restored the important sunbeds.

Elsewhere, a small platform was set up by the pool, suggesting that this year’s participants could have a fresh poolside hangout to discuss their romances.

In addition to building the set, landscaping work seemed to be underway around the villa to make it look as beautiful as possible with several watering cans dotted around the place for people to work on reviving the plants.

Fueling the Excitement: While she also sent fans wild on Saturday by sharing a snapshot of the Love Island alarm alongside the tagline, 'This is not a drill'

Fueling the Excitement: While she also sent fans wild on Saturday by sharing a snapshot of the Love Island alarm alongside the tagline, ‘This is not a drill’

ITV has not yet made an official announcement as to where the dating show will be filmed, but on Wednesday a source told The Sun: ‘Love Island bosses are determined to return to the villa this summer and have been working hard to make it for to get each other.

While they are confident that the series will continue in its original location, there are still concerns that rules will suddenly change. At the moment, however, things are looking good. ‘

According to eyewitnesses, there are also signs on the site speculating about security measures for the coronavirus.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez confirmed on Friday that British holidaymakers can enter the country, which is currently on the government’s amber list, meaning travel barriers to the show have been lifted.

Bring it on: Laura prepares to go back to the famous villa to host another series from the hit show

Bring it on: Laura prepares to go back to the famous villa to host another series from the hit show

Almost here: the new Love Island series kicks off next month, after being delayed last year due to the pandemic (photo of the cast of the 2020 winter series)

Almost here: the new Love Island series kicks off next month, after being delayed last year due to the pandemic (photo of the cast of the 2020 winter series)

Contracts for this year’s Love Island had Mallorca written in, although backup options, such as Jersey and Cornwall, were on the table in case Covid’s travel restrictions meant Spain was off limits.

Sanchez said at the Fitur trade show in Madrid: ‘I am pleased to announce that the ministerial order will be officially published today, exempting UK citizens from temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to Spain.

‘I can therefore announce that we are happy to welcome all British tourists from next Monday, May 24.

“They are welcome to enter our country without restrictions and without health requirements.”

On hold: Love Island's 2020 summer series was canceled after production found it 'logistically impossible' to host the show as the pandemic raged (photo 2018 cast)

On hold: Love Island’s 2020 summer series was canceled after production found it ‘logistically impossible’ to host the show as the pandemic raged (photo 2018 cast)

Love Island 2020’s summer series was canceled after production found it “ logistically impossible ” to host the show as the pandemic raged.

Candidates for the next series have reportedly been told that they must be off for 10 weeks abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment.

It was previously reported that Jersey will be insured for filming this summer if production cannot take place at the show’s usual location, Mallorca.

Sources told The sun: ‘The Channel Islands get a lot of sun, so it makes sense to keep Love Island there if we can’t go back to Spain.’

Party time: Candidates for the next series have reportedly been told to be off for 10 weeks abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment (photo de 2019 cast)

Party time: Candidates for the next series have reportedly been told to be off for 10 weeks abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment (photo de 2019 cast)

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