The first ever Love Island All Stars series will hit our screens on Monday 15th January with 12 former contestants returning and hoping for a second chance at love.
Maya Jama will once again host the series, with Iain Stirling providing his usual nightly commentary on every episode, while the series, like previous winter editions of the show, will be taking place in South Africa.
With scope for more returning faces to enter the villa throughout the series, this has the potential to be one of most dramatic Love Island's yet, but which of the show's alumni will be there from the very off for series 11?
Scottish heart-throb Anton was notoriously unlucky in love during his first appearance on the show in series 5, eventually leaving just two days before the final.
Despite failing in the love department that year, the gym owner says it was the "best summer I have ever had in my life" and it was a "no brainer" to return for a second stint.
Another series 5 alumni, Chris may have only lasted 15 days in the villa in 2019, but he left a lasting impression with his happy-go-lucky approach.
Since leaving the villa, Chris has dated co-star Maura Higgins and even bagged a role in last year's Barbie movie, but would finding love this winter provide him with his own blockbuster finish?
The only member of this year's cast that previously starred in a winter series in South Africa, Demi finished in third place back in 2020 but split from her partner Luke Mabbott soon after.
Demi says she has rediscovered her confidence and is heading into the villa to "find a man".
A bombshell during series 3, Georgia's time on Love Island first time around may have been relatively fleeting, but she has been busy since her last stint on the show.
A campaigner, documentary maker and reality star already, the 29-year-old even revealed last year that she has held talks with the Labour Party over potentially standing to be a Member of Parliament in the future.
Series 4 star Georgia coined her own catchphrase during her last stint in the villa, claiming "I'm loyal" after she was left single when her then partner Josh Denzel returned from Casa Amor with a new love interest.
The 25-year-old has made plenty of appearances on reality shows over recent years and she says she is back for round two as she has "everything in life but a boyfriend".
A lot has changed on Love Island since Liverpool's Hannah was last on the show during series 1 and she admits she is "not very good at finding love".
It did look like Hannah had found her man back then, as she finished second in series 1 alongside partner Jon Clark, who she then became engaged to, but that relationship did not go the distance.
Series 7 star Jake was seen as a bad boy during his first stint on the show, egging the other boys on during Casa Amor and ultimately his relationship with Liberty Poole, who he coupled up with on day one, did not last.
Jake and Liberty have not spoken since, which could make for an explosive reunion in South Africa, but the Weston-super-Mare hunk insists there is no "bad blood".
Another star of series 7, Kaz finished fourth alongside partner Tyler Cruickshank, but the couple did not last long on the outside.
Kaz did have one lasting relationship from the series though, her friendship with Liberty, and those two will be reunited in the villa this year.
Liberty had some journey during her last appearance on the show, as her and Jake started as the "it couple" before the cracks started to show and the pair ultimately broke up and quit just before the final.
As one of the most popular contestants on the show during series 7, Liberty and her fans will be hoping she can be lucky in love this time around, even if she admits it will be "awkward" seeing Jake again.
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Another of the series 1 stars, it is now nine years since Londoner Luis was last in the villa and he finished fourth that year after partnering up with his ex Cally Jane Beech.
The couple had a child together in 2017 and Luis is hoping to find a similar connection this time around, saying "I found love in the Villa before and who knows if I can find love in there again?".
Barely five months has passed since series 10 star Mitchel was last in the villa and it is fair to say "Messy Mitch" left a lasting impression and not always for the right reasons.
Claiming he wore his heart on his sleeve too much last time around, Mitch plans to adopt a more measured approach this time, as he gives love a second chance.
Another of the series 7 alumni, semi-pro footballer Toby found love in the villa first time around and finished second with partner Chloe Burrows, but the couple later broke up.
Toby says he and Chloe will "always have love for each other" but he is now seeking a new love in the villa this winter.
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