Has Love Island taken over your life this summer? Are you single and ready to mingle? Do you want one of those really nice water bottles with your name on it? If so, you've come to the right place.
Here's everything you need to know about applying for next year's series...
When and how can I apply?
Applications for Love Island 2019 aren't open yet but judging on last year's date, they'll open from December on the ITV website.
However, there are reports it could open earlier due to demand, so we'll keep you posted.
It's understood that the only form isn't the only way to get on the show. Producers will also be attending events, holding street auditions and finding potential contestants on social media.
What are show bosses looking for?
The 2018 form read: "ITV2 are looking for vibrant singles from across the UK who want to head to the sun, in search of a summer of love. The chosen cast will spend time in a luxury villa, getting to know one another - but to remain in paradise they must win the hearts of the public who ultimately decide who stays on Love Island."
What are the requirements?
Last year's application form stated that hopefuls:
- Must be aged at least 18 years of age on or before the closing date due to the nature of the Programme.
- Must not currently/previously have been employed by ITV or be related to or live with someone who is employed by the broadcaster.
- Must have a valid passport which will be valid for the whole summer up until August 2019 and any other travel documents such as visas.
- Must be available for filming for at least 8 weeks.
When is the closing date?
The initial closing date for applications for this year's series was April 30th, however it's likely to change this year as the show's popularity has risen.
When does Love Island 2019 start?
Season 4 of Love Island kicked off on ITV2 and 3e on Monday, June 4th at 9pm. The show airs six nights a week (excluding Saturdays) over eight weeks.
The final episode of Love Island 2018 airs on Monday, July 30th when one couple will be crowned as winners taking away a £50,000 prize.