With a cheeky nod to Love is Blind, Love Island has released its first-look promo for the 2022 series

With a cheeky nod to Love is Blind, Love Island has released its first-look promo for the 2022 serie ...

Next month, Love Island will be back, and ITV has unveiled a sassy new trailer.

The ninth episode of The ITV will air ahead of Britain''s Got Talent tonight (May 14), but they have dropped it online for you to watch right now.

Iain Sterling, who plays Wallace and Gromit-y, is letting you know that Love Island is still the popular reality dating platform, taking a swipe at Netflix''s Love is Blind by saying, "Love isn''t blind, it''s neon."

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It''s also a blink and you''ll miss the moment when ''Naked Celebs Go Dating on a Beach'' flashes on a TV before someone throws it back. Is Love Island coming back with great energy or is it feeling the pressures of newer dating programs? We''ll leave that for you to decide.

While ITV hasn''t officially unveiled the cast for this year''s series yet, we know that Laura Whitmore is returning alongside her other half to be host the show, and she claims she only got the job because of her husband.

Whitmore responded to comments made by former Islander Rachel Finni, adding, "I''ve worked in telly for 14 years. I won a competition to compete with MTV, and I''ve never been there before." I''ve done amazing things all over the world, I''ve worked with the best teams, but I''ve never received a job owing to a guy I met.

"And it''s horrifying when you see it from other women," says a disgruntled group. This is because for so many years women have talked about who they are going out with. It''s a shame because I believe we should never have full power and power as a sex if we continue doing it."

In June, Love Island will be returning to ITV2 and ITV Hub.