Everyone and their mother has heard of Love Island; the finale of the fourth season amassed 3.6 viewers, which was the highest count in history for an ITV2 show!
Love Island 2019 is only two weeks away with ITV bosses finally confirming it's start date and as the rumour mill kicks into overdrive, whispers of potential contestants and the same names are cropping up, including Strictly Come Dancing's AJ Pritchard's younger brother, Curtis.
Love Island contestants can expect to make a small fortune after leaving the villa from charcoal toothpaste sponsorship deals and the like - not to mention the £50,000 prize money if they win - but they also reportedly get a weekly salary for appearing on the show.
The Daily Star reports that they will receive this sum to "compensate" for their time on the show.
But when does Love Island 2019 start and what else do you need to know?
As a result of his injuries, he had to pull out of Dancing With The Stars in Ireland, but it looks like he's back on his feet and ready for another reality show.
Due to the caption, fans flocked to the comments section to speculate.
She captioned the snap: "Mid shooting for something very exciting back at the island where it all began". She captioned it, "It's happening, we're back for love".
The producers of the show are allegedly "desperate" for Soph Piper, 20, to join the line-up of hopeful singletons looking for love in Majorca this summer.
Another said: "Hope you do Love Island again if you want to".
Georgia stirred things up in the villa a year ago and was famous for her saying "I'm so loyal babes", but the question on everyone's lips is, will she be heading back?
How much were the Love Island wages past year?