Love Island 2021 has released its latest trailer as sexy singletons flood the streets of London in anticipation of another summer of romance.
The preview, which airs Saturday’s finale of The Masked Dancer, sees host Laura Whitmore slip into a deep red jumpsuit as Iain Stirling declares, “This is no exercise!” as a slew of bikini-clad beauties celebrate the show’s return.
As the trailer draws to a close, it confirms reports that the series, which will be shot at the famed Mallorca villa despite Covid restrictions, will return on ITV later this month.
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She is back! Love Island 2021 has released its latest trailer as sexy singletons flood the streets of London for another summer of romance (presenter Laura Whitmore pictured)
The trailer opens with a beautiful brunette dropping a bag of aubergines to the floor while presenter Laura Whitmore, dressed in a sizzling red jumpsuit, sounds the alarm.
Laura, 36, looks sensational in the deep ensemble and aviator sunglasses as she walks down the street with a group of sexy singletons chasing her.
An incredibly muscular tradesman sets his sights on a gorgeous blonde in a form-fitting dress before a handsome waiter pulls her away.
One firefighter tries to wash himself off, while another hunk takes off his vest to reveal his six-pack abs.
So hot they need to cool! The preview, which airs Saturday during the finale of The Masked Dancer, also confirms that the series will return to screens later this month.
She’s got her hands full: in the preview, a beautiful brunette drops a bag of aubergines on the floor as Laura makes her presence felt before the show’s return
Things reach a climax when voice-over artist Iain Stirling arrives in a red jeep, yelling, “This is no exercise!”
Series seven of the popular ITV2 show kicks off in June, with builders recently working on the Majorcan villa usually used for the show.
The new tagline for the show, “This is not an exercise,” comes after last year’s season was postponed due to the pandemic.
Chasing her away: An incredibly muscular singleton in a tradesman’s uniform sets his sights on a beautiful blonde
Too Hot: While another muscular singleton in a fireman’s jacket tries to rinse himself off
ITV has not yet made an official announcement about where the dating show will be filmed, although a source recently told The Sun: ‘Love Island bosses are determined to return to the villa this summer and have been working hard to make it possible to make.
While they are confident the series will continue in its original location, there are still concerns about sudden rules changing. At the moment, however, things are looking good.’
According to eyewitnesses, there are also signs on the site speculating about safety measures against the coronavirus.
Genetically Blessed: The genetically blessed loners are certainly not shy about getting their gear in the trailer
Arrival: they seem shocked when voice-over artist Iain Stirling also makes his presence felt
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez recently confirmed that British holidaymakers can enter the country, which is currently on the government’s orange list, meaning travel barriers to the show have been lifted.
This year’s Love Island contracts did write Mallorca, though back-up options, such as Jersey and Cornwall, were on the table in case travel restrictions by Covid resulted in Spain being off-limits.
Sanchez said at the Trade Fair Fitur in Madrid: ‘I am pleased to inform you that the Ministerial Order will be officially published today, exempting UK citizens from temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to Spain.
There he is! Things reach a climax when voice-over artist Iain Stirling (pictured) arrives in a red jeep and exclaims, “This is no exercise!”
Eagerly awaited: The show’s new tagline, “This is not a drill,” comes after last year’s season was postponed due to the pandemic
That is why I can announce that from next Monday 24 May we are delighted to welcome all British tourists.
“They are welcome to enter our country without restrictions and without health requirements.”
Love Island’s 2020 summer series was canceled after production found it “logistically impossible” to host the show as the pandemic continued.
Candidates for the next series have reportedly been told to take 10 weeks off work abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment.
Love Island returns on ITV2 and ITV Hub in June, and The Masked Dancer Final will air on ITV and ITV Hub tonight at 7:30pm
Tune in: Love Island returns in June on ITV2 and ITV Hub, and The Masked Dancer Final, tonight at 7:30pm on ITV and ITV Hub