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Good news! Actually, scratch that. Greatnews! Love Island is officially returning to our screens next week – and we're not even talking about repeats.
In news that will delight even the most mugged-off Love Island fan, ITVBe has done us all a solid by adding the latest series of Love Island Australia to their upcoming schedule.
If you're unconvinced of Love Island down under having the same appeal as is its British counterpart, think again – because not only did the recent season air a mass brawl between the contestants, there was also a celebrity in the villa.
(And by 'celebrity', we of course mean former Big Brother hopeful John James Parton.)
Unfortunately for fans of the British series, and British series alone, we now have at least another year to wait until those sun-soaked Majorcan antics take over our lives again.
This year's Love Island aired its very last episode on Sunday (August 6), but the reunion show actually hit the headlines for some of the wrong reasons.
In the one-off special, 2018's hopefuls returned to the villa one final time to dissect and digest the record-breaking series, but they probably got more than they bargained for thanks to host Caroline Flack's unrelenting line of questioning.
After confronting Frankie Foster over his post-villa behaviour in front of Samira Mighty, viewers called Caroline out for her "inappropriate questions". Eek.