Love Island 2024 future confirmed as ITV bosses eye up major format changes

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    Love Island will return in the new year despite claims the winter series has been "axed" and replaced by an all-stars version.

    It has been reported that a brand-new edition of the ITV2 dating show will air in early 2024 with past contestants.

    However, instead of axing the series completely, bosses plan on switching up the format with exciting changes for viewers.

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    It comes after MailOnline reportedly that the winter series has been "axed".

    A source told the publication: "The winter series of Love Island has been axed for a second time.


    "Viewers just aren't interested in watching the show twice a year..

    'It will be replaced by a brand new all-stars series, which will feature former Islanders who are still looking for love.

    Megan Barton-Hanson, Maura Higgins and Georgia Steel are thought to be high up on bosses' wish list to return to the show for the all-stars version.

    The first winter series aired back in 2020 and was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp, who recently confirmed they have split up.

    Appearing on Love Island: AfterSun last month, Paige confirmed to host Maya that they were no longer together but remain on good terms

    "We're still really good friends… I think we drifted apart. We did lockdown together and any and every struggle we could have faced, we were faced with," the Scottish beauty said at the time.

    She continued: "But we're still good friends." So far Finn has not commented on the breakup.

    They managed to beat off competition from Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman to be crowned winners.

    There wasn't any winter

    Earlier this year, Kai Finniegan and Sanam Harrinanan won the second winter series.

    The besotted pair have since decided to move in with each other and have started their own joint YouTube channel so fans who’ve missed watching their love story can now continue to do so.

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    In their debut video, Sanam explained that they’d been planning on moving in together for a while as the distance between them was difficult.

    Social worker Sanam was based in Bedford, while Kai was in Manchester.

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