Love Island: Maya Jama stars in trailer for January 2023 series
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ITV is going to be confirming its full line-up for the latest series of Love Island. The reality series is gearing up for its winter edition which will start next week on Monday, January 16 on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm. The broadcaster will be sharing all the new singletons on its official Instagram account.
Along with the main show, there will be the spin-off show Aftersun which looks at the show.
The companion series will be hosted by Sam Thompson and Indiyah.
Fans will be getting the lowdown on all the goings-on in the villa with the pair as well as extra insight from Love Island.
Here’s the lowdown on who is going into the villa in this series.
Who is in the Love Island 2023 cast?
Hunky science and PE teacher Kai is going to be getting pulse rates up when he enters the villa and says he’s just “looking for the right girl” and as “quite high expectations”, saying he’s not willing to settle as it’s not fair on the other person.
His friends say he’s “chilled, caring and very impulsive” with the singleton explaining: “I always put my friends and family first and spend a lot of time with them.”
Kai also shared some insight into himself, saying: “I’m a Jamaican citizen. Because of that I played rugby 7s for Jamaica. I play semi-professional rugby now for Burnage RFC.”
He added: “I’ve technically got three different degrees and went to three different unis.”
The biomedical science student and influencer will be hoping to turn some heads and is on the lookout for a boyfriend.
She said her biggest turn-off was “guys that don’t wear socks in the house” as well as men with “huge feet”.
Love Island is hoping to be more inclusive this year with some more diverse castings with Tanya opening up about her Vitiligo.
Tanya said: “I have Vitiligo, which is a skin pigmentation, you may not even notice it. It’s on my lip and I have a stripe on my hair.
“Not many people know that but I think it’s quite cute. I don’t care about covering it up all the time, I think it’s a vibe.”
More to follow
Love Island 2023 starts on Monday, January 16 on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm
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