Love Island 2021 is looking for singletons and you can apply

Fancy yourself an all inclusive holiday, shouting “I’ve got a text!” from the poolside and meeting a whole bunch of new people in the hope of finding love?

Love Island is back for 2021 and you’ll be pleased to know the show is still looking for contestants to apply.

You must be 18 or over at the time of the application closing date, and you must be a singleton looking for love.

Applicants must also be exclusively available for a minimum of ten weeks filming – so it’s a big commitment.

If you think you’ve got what it takes and want to be jetting off for some summer romance this year, the deadline is 30 April and applications can be made on the the ITV website.

But the application process isn’t the only way to secure your place in the villa.

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Despite the mixture of personalities, the producers can never predict who will end up with who during their time in the villa.

Lewis said: “Anything can happen and sometimes the people who might be a perfect match on paper will end up going for somebody totally different”.

It’s all part of the show after all, seeing which couples manage to go the distance, and which islanders keep getting their heads turned.

And with a year of restrictions and limited dating scenes for most, this could be your perfect opportunity to find love.

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