Love Island fans have worked out exact date summer show will kick off this year

The summer series of Love Island is set to kick off on June 1st this year… or maybe the 8th, according to a clever fan theory.

Laura Whitmore announced that it would indeed return during last Sunday's live final following calls for it to be axed following the tragic death of Caroline Flack.

And since hearing the news fans have been brewing with excitement, and even counting down the days, and now they have a point of referrence.

Visitors to website Reddit worked out that each year the show kicks off in the first week of June on a Monday.

One wrote: "While there is no set date for the summer version of the show, for the last few seasons Love Island has kicked off on June 3 and 4, respectively – both dates being a Monday.

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"Based on this information, we expect the new season to start on either Monday 1st June or Monday 8th June."

And the excitement grew when another fan pointed out that this summer will also see some additional great programming, with the Euro 2020 football tournament taking place in Rome from the June 12th and the Summer Olympic Games happening in Tokyo from the July 24th.

"Love Island, Euros and Olympics like f***ing inject it straight into my eyeballs." exclaimed one comment.

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Applications for summer Love Island are now open

The latest series of Love Island brought its fair share of romance, heartbreak and drama – and now it's your time to get in on the action as applications for summer Love Island are now open.

The application form states: "ITV2 are looking for vibrant singles from across the UK who want to head to the sun, in search of love.

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"The chosen cast will spend time in a luxury villa, getting to know one another, but to remain in paradise they must win the hearts of the public and their fellow Islanders who ultimately decide their fate on Love Island."

Anyone can apply as long as you will be 18 by the closing day – April 30.

Top tips include staying active on social media – especially Instagram – and simply being yourself.

Hopefuls should also pull out all the stops for their video submission.

The most simple way to apply is to fill out the application form via the programme's website .

So, what're you waiting for? Simply fill out the online registration form and prep your tan.

This year's final saw four couples go head to head for the £50,000 prize.

Ched Uzor and Jess Gale came in fourth place, followed by Demi Jones and Luke Mabbott.

This left front runners Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge up against Finley Tapp and Paige Turley fighting it out for first place.

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