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Love Island urges winter to ‘do one’ in new trailer as Caroline Flack returns for January series


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Love Island is done with winter weather, with the trailer for the January series dropping.

We’re so ready.

With the dulcet tones of narrator Iain Stirling playing and Caroline Flack strutting onto our screens, it’s nearly time for the South Africa series to kick off.

The pair are jetting off to Cape Town to host a new class of singletons looking for love.

‘Oh winter, what is your problem?’ Iain asks in the new teaser. ‘Every year you make it so Baltic our toes go numb and we want to hide under our duvets.

‘You’re just rain, sleet, drizzle repeat.’

The comedian added: ‘Thanks to you, we’re stuck indoors with frostbite. So guess what winter? You can stick it where the sun don’t shine.

‘This year our heads have been turned. We’ll be covering ourselves in glitter and dancing round the firepit and there’s nothing you can do about it.’

With Flackers arriving on the scene, she weighed in: ‘Sorry winter, you’re just not our type.’

Caroline and Iain are returning to our screens (Picture: Getty Images)

‘Do one winter,’ Iain declared. ‘Love Island returns in January, yes January, on ITV2.’

We’ll be needing this immediately, thank you.

Despite uncertainty about the new series, Caroline has made it clear we should all by hyped, describing it as the ‘hottest series yet.’

‘I literally cannot wait, it is going to be so hot,’ she told The Sun. ‘Probably the hottest one yet. ‘Cape Town, can you believe it? Love Island’s twice a year now, it’s going to be mad.’

However, not everyone is as convinced.

Island alum Yewande Biala previously explained to Metro.co.uk: ‘I think the first one obviously… Everyone’s still in the Love Island bubble, everyone wants something, they’re hungry for something.

‘I feel like the first one will actually do really well. But I feel like after that it might gradually get less views, because everyone will be like, “Oh, it’s on again. I’ll catch it next time.”

‘They won’t be watching it on the go as they normally do. I think the views might drop because of that.’

Let’s hope not!

Love Island returns in January on ITV2.



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