Love Island 2019: Show Bosses Reveal New Twist To Opening
Love Island bosses have revealed a surprise change to the start of this year's reality dating show, which is bound to cause another stir in the villa.
For the last few series, the Islanders would all couple up as they headed into the villa.
But last year, the group dynamic was immediately changed with the addition of an extra Islander, Adam Collard, after the Islanders had chosen who they'd be sharing a bed with.
Fans will remember that Adam went on to 'steal' Kendall Rae-Knight from Niall Aslam right after the first round of couplings.
But now ITV Studios Entertainment managing director Angela Jain has revealed another change - viewers will see two Islanders enter the villa after everyone else, as opposed to just the one.
As per The Sun, Angela said: "We've really tried again to have a real range of personalities, people, hopefully there's somebody in there for everyone and a bit of a slice of British life - so hopefully lots of different types of people are represented.
"As you know the aim of the game is to find love in that villa.
"In terms of the format we're going to do some tweaks - there's a tiny bit of a change to the opening.
"The Islanders do not know. There's ten coming into the villa but in a twist there are two more boys that will appear later in the opening show."
It's unclear whether the two extra Islanders will be able to steal any of the girls like Adam did, but their late arrival is bound to cause a stir in the villa.
This year's line-up is currently composed of five girls - Lucie Donlan, Yewande Biala Amber Gill, Amy Hart and Anna Vakili.
And there's a total of seven guys - Anton Danyluk, Michael Griffiths, Tommy Fury, Callum Macleod, Sherif Lanre and Curtis Pritchard.
It's currently unclear which two of these seven will be entering the villa late, but we can't wait to see how this one turns out.
Love Island airs on Monday, 3rd June at 9pm on ITV2
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