Love Island USA is coming to our screens next week from a COVID-secure ‘bubble’ in a Las Vegas hotel


LOVE Island USA is arriving on our screens next week with a brand new series.

Set in a coronavirus-secure hotel in Las Vegas, a new batch of sexy singletons will try and find love in Sin City.

Love Island USA is arriving on our screens next week with a brand new series

Contestants will be kept in a safe “bubble” inside a stunning villa on top of Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel, The Cromwell.

Host Arielle Vandenberg and narrator Matthew Hoffman will return to oversee the battle to win the $50k cash prize. 

Paul Mortimer, ITV’s Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions said: “We’re thrilled that ITV2 can bring the latest US version of Love Island to viewers this year.

“Las Vegas may seem like an odd destination for the show but the canny producers have beaten Covid with a show that adheres to all production protocols and that could well be sensational.

“Certainly the ‘villa’ is impressive and the cast diverse and amazing. We believe Love Island fans will embrace this Sin City twist, my bet is the series will be another big hit.”

The show kicks off today in the States with a starting line-up of five girls and six boys.

Making up the girls are: Cely Vazquez, 24, Justine Ndiba, 27, Moira Tumas, 28, Kaitlynn Anderson, 27, Mackenzie Dipman, 24.

While the lads are Tre Forte, 25, Carrington Rodriguez, 22, Jeremiah White, 22, James McCool, 27, Connor Trott, 23 and Johnny Middlebrooks, 22.

Last year’s series was won by Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber, who split the $100k prize.