It was one of the most talked about television shows last year, and now you could be starring in Love Island 2019.
Applications for the new season of the hit dating show are now open.
If you're looking for love and think you've got what it takes, you can apply online by filling in an application form on the ITV website.
The 2019 form reads:
"How do you fancy enjoying your very own long hot summer of romance? Love Island will be back for summer 2019 and we're now on the lookout for lively singles from across the country to take part.
"Once again our Islanders will take up residence in a spectacular luxury villa in the hope of finding love. But to stay on the island, they need to couple up – and more importantly – win the hearts of the public.
"If you think you’ve got what it takes, then we want to hear from you straight away."
- You must be aged at least 18 years of age on or before the closing date of 30 April 2019.
- Hopefuls must not currently be employed by ITV, Motion or the Broadcaster and have not been previously employed by ITV, any of the ITV group of companies, Motion or the Broadcaster.
- You are not a live-in partner or immediate relative (for example, mother, father, son, daughter, brother or sister) of an employee of ITV, Motion, the Broadcaster or any of the ITV group of companies.
- Potential contestants must hold a passport which will be valid for the whole period of 01 May 2019 to 31 August 2019 (inclusive), and be eligible to travel to the Programme destinations producers specify. You also agree to notify show bosses immediately of any change to your passport or travel status.
- You must be exclusively available to participate in the Programme for a minimum of eight consecutive weeks from May 2019.
Read the programme's application terms and conditions here.
When do applications close?
The closing date for submitting the Application Form is April 30th 2019.
When will Love Island 2019 air?
Season 4 of the show kicked off last year on Monday June 4th. It's expected to begin around the same time in 2019.
Last year, Love Island aired six nights a week for eight weeks.
Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham were crowned winners on July 30th.