The popular reality dating show returned to our screens for its seventh season in June, ending last Monday where Millie Court and Liam Reardon were crowned winners.
The Irish presenter Laura Whitmore took on the presentation duties for the second time after taking over the first Winter Love Island from Caroline Flack in 2020, but only performed four times at the villa during the summer due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Lauras Husband Iain Stirling has served as the series’ narrator since 2015, making the couple a dream team for producers.
But the bosses of Love Island want to remodel the show next summer and apparently have 2019 contestant Maura Higgins and British television – and radio host Maya Jama in mind to replace the native Bray.
A source told The Sun, “Producers are keen to keep the show fresh and keep their options open. They’ve been impressed by both Maya and Maura, and they both think they could add pep and sexiness to the role.
“You want someone who is fun and can connect with people. Maura obviously took part in the show herself and knows it inside out, so she can easily identify with the participants and what they are going through. “
” It’s one of the best gigs in showbiz, with A plum six-figure salary and frequent trips to sunny Mallorca, so there are a lot of people who are hungry for the role. “
ITV stayed with the idea of Maura or Maya becoming the face of Love Island, but kept quiet about the next Series. “
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