ITV spark rumours Love Island international all-stars show is finally happening as show name is trademarked worldwide

ITV has kicked off rumours that a Love Island international all-stars edition is finally happening.

It comes as the show name has been trademarked worldwide, opening up the opportunity to bring together participants from the programme's foreign versions.

Fans of the popular reality competition, where those taking part compete to find romance and bag a massive £50,000 cash prize, have long been calling for favourites from across the world to go head-to-head.

And now Love Island could follow in the footsteps of much-loved international shows like The Challenge on MTV – which includes participants from a range of reality show, Drag Race All Stars, Super Shore and Too Hot to Handle.

Love Island is currently franchised to 21 countries and editions have already taken place in a host of other countries including Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Denmark, Finland and France.

Not to mention Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, South Africa and Sweden.

on Love Island

Love Island’s Sam Bird secretly marries girlfriend Kailah Casillas

I feared going into a dangerous state of mind after Love Island, says Faye

Versions are also in the pipeline for Romania, Nigeria and New Zealand.

Last year, the UK edition took place in a luxury villa in Majorca, with Laura Whitmore as host.

Walking away with the prize money were Liam Reardon and Millie Court, with Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran as runners up.

The Australian edition is hosted by singer and actress Sophie Monk, while the US version was filmed in Hawaii last year and the action led by model Arielle Vandenberg.

Most read in Reality


Find out when the Dancing On Ice 2022 final will take place


Find out when the Starstruck final is


Find out when Starstruck starts on ITV

reality bites

The Hills star Stephanie Pratt is unrecognisable after quitting MTV show

ITV trademarked Love Island World last month which will allow use of the name for filming, advertising, marketing and other forms of entertainment including video games.

Read More on The Sun

Brit fighters armed with WW2 machine guns join Ukraine’s troops in trenches

Baftas host Rebel Wilson addresses 5st weight loss & aims dig at Meghan

The move by the broadcaster also means the trademark can be used for branded clothing, footwear – and of course the infamous water bottles.

ITV has been contacted for comment.

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Showbiz team?

Email [email protected] or call us direct on 0207 782 4220 .

We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.

    Source: Read Full Article