13 October 2020 22:38
This year hasn't quite been the same without a summer series of Love Island to get stuck into, but it looks like we're set to get the next best thing — a Love Island reunion show! Since it was announced earlier this year that Series 7 of the hit dating show had been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, we've been getting our fix tuning into Love Island USA and Love Island Australia (which ITV2 has been airing over the past few months), but nothing beats our beloved UK islanders, and it seems ITV2 agrees. Starting tonight, Love Island: What Happened Next? will feature some of the most popular islanders across the show's five year history, including Dani Dyer, Ovie Soko, Kem Cetinay, and Megan Barton Hanson as they watch back and relive some of the most memorable moments from the show. The three-part series will also catch up with those islanders who really did find true love in the villa including our most recently crowned winners, 2019's Paige Turley and Finn Tapp, Molly-May Hague and Tommy Fury, as well as the show's first contestants to tie the knot — series two's Alex and Olivia Bowen.
There will also be reunions for those who have found themselves single since leaving the famous villa to catch up on the latest gossip and share their experiences such as Zara McDermott, Wes Nelson, Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard. With so many famous faces on board, we've got a feeling this show is going to just a drama filled and wild as the OG series. Check out a clip from tonight's episode as Alex and Olivia reveal the exciting news that they're ready to start a family. Olivia has previously hit back at claims she'd gone under the knife since leaving the Love Island villa in 2016, though two years ago she revealed botched lip fillers left her looking 'horrific.' 'I would also like to take this to tell you your boobies are fabulous without surgery, although if this is a decision you have thought long and hard about & are of the opinion it will make you happy then I would say search online for reviews & reputable surgeons and close friend recommendations as I have no clue xx.' Olivia has previously hit out at 'scarily available' plastic surgery after being contacted by a company who promised her free services in exchange for promoting them on social media. The Love Island star took to Instagram Stories to confirm she hadn't gone under the knife, as she reassured her followers their own chests were 'fabulous without surgery' In 2018 she penned a lengthy Twitter thread reminding fans to think 'thrice and four times' before going under the knife.
There may be no Love Island this year but that doesn't mean you can't get your fix of the reality show. A new three-part series Love Island: What Happened Next is set to air with the first episode being broadcast on ITV tonight (Tuesday, October 13). The programme is narrated by the show's Iain Stirling and gives viewers to check in on the couples who fell head over heels on the Isle of Love and whose romances are still going strong back on home ground. And the first episode, which airs tonight at 9pm on ITV, will see Gloucestershire's Jessica Hayes reunited with her ex Max Morely. The first episode of Love Island: What Happened Next will air tonight at 9pm on ITV.
She said she has been negligent in taking her medication over the past couple of years after being diagnosed with an underactive thyroid when she was 10. 'I think now we want to start a family. I think next year we want to start a family actually. Speaking to Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim, Olivia said: 'I got diagnosed when I was 10. Worries: Last week on Steph's Packed Lunch, Olivia revealed her fears over if she will be able to conceive as she has not taking her medication for an underactive thyroid Smitten: Alex and Olivia met on season 2 of Love Island back in 2016. Olivia said: 'I have a lot of people asking me, "when are you going to have kids, when do you want to get pregnant?" 'I know how much Alex wants to have kids, so that's another reason why I need to be a bit more on it and careful, and make sure I'm giving us both the chances.' Tying the knot: They married in September 2018 and Olivia described it as the 'best day ever' Speaking candidly to Doctor Yash, Olivia said: 'My husband and I have been speaking about having a kid next year, possibly. On learning she would need to increase her medication dosages during pregnancy and receive close monitoring from medics, Olivia was shocked. 'Now I know how important it is, I can put that message out to other people and make sure they're staying on top of it as well, because I know how hard it is and how we sometimes think we don't need help – but we do.' Love Island: What Happened Next airs on ITV2 on Tuesday at 9pm. Health: On learning she would need to increase her medication dosages during pregnancy and receive close monitoring from medics, Olivia was shocked Love Island: What Happened Next will be narrated by Iain Stirling and is set to reunite ex-cast members from over the last five years A new three-part Love Island reunion special is coming to our screens tonight! Narrated by Iain Stirling, the one-hour episodes are set to reunite ex-cast members from over the last five years. Couples who were lucky in love will feature, including Callum and Molly and Mike and Priscilla from Winter Love Island and Alex and Olivia and Cara and Nathan from Love Island Season 2. The series will reveal what has happened to the couples and singletons after their time spent in the villa. A spokesperson for ITV said: "Narrated by Iain Stirling, the three-part series will allow viewers to check in on the couples who fell head over heels on the Isle of Love and whose romances are still going strong back on home ground. "There will also be reunions for those Islanders who have found themselves single once more, to catch up on the latest gossip and share their experiences. Love Island: What Happened Next airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub