Love Island All-Stars filming ‘to start in October’

Filming on a ‘Love Island’ All-Stars series is expected to start in October with filming in Fiji.

The spin-off series will see popular contestants from the US, UK, Australia and other international versions of the dating show who are looking for a second chance at love.

Set to be called Love Island Games, it will see the singletons couple up and compete in different games and challenges as one will be crowned the winner.

Produced by ITV Entertainment and airing on Peacock this autumn, “Filming kicks off in Fiji in October – that’s where they film the US version of the show.

“Bosses are in talks with over 100 contestants from the US, UK and Australian versions of the show including a controversial UK winner and one of the most memorable girls from a legendary season.”

Sophie Piper – who took part in the sixth series has been linked to the Love Island All-Stars series, as has Maura Higgins, who was part of the fifth series, and fellow former Islanders, Kem Cetinay and Scott Thomas have all been linked to the show, which will be filmed in a villa in Fiji, where ‘Love Island USA’ is set.

However, Maura recently insisted she won’t return to ‘Love Island’. “I can’t see myself ever doing that again, no. I’ve been asked, but I’ve said no.

“I just think, I’ve done it once, I’ve had my time on Love Island. I don’t really want to go back in time, I want to look to the future.”

Despite that, she did return to ‘Love Island’, of sorts, recently, after she landed a new job on ‘Love Island USA’, four years after she shot to fame on the UK version of the dating show.

Maura is the social ambassador for the Peacock show, keeping fans updated with all the behind-the-scenes gossip from the fifth season, which is hosted by Sarah Hyland and started earlier this week.

A post on the official ‘Love Island USA’ Instagram account reads: “This just in… @maurahiggins will be your social ambassador this season bringing (sneaking) you the BTS scoop all summer! #LoveIslandUSA (sic)”

Iain Stirling – who narrates both the UK and US shows – commented: “Welcome to the team.”

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