Love Island All Stars ITV reveals 2024 series lineup

Georgia Harrison will lead a cast of former Love Islanders looking for a second chance to be a couple in a new All Stars edition.

It will be the first time she has appeared on a reality show since her ex Stephen Bear was jailed for publishing intimate images of her.

She will be joined in the villa by 11 other Love Island stars, including Kaz Kamwi and Toby Aromolaran.

Maya Jama will also return to host the spin-off which is filmed in South Africa.

Georgia, 29, has become known for campaigning on women’s safety since Stephen Bear was sentenced to 21 months in prison last March.


Announcing her return to the villa, she said the past year had been “amazing” but “sometimes heavy and quite serious with all my campaign work”.

Now Georgia, who first appeared in the third series of the ITV2 show in 2017, says she wants to return to the villa to “have a bit of fun and hopefully meet someone I can fall in love with”.

The villa is also a place where friendships are made, and that is the case for Kaz Kamwi and Liberty Poole, who have become best friends since appearing in the 2021 series.

Kaz said meeting Liberty was the memory she “loved and treasured the most,” but they are both hoping for a different experience this time.

“I’m much more confident in who I am and sure of exactly what I want out of a relationship,” Liberty said.

They will be joined by fellow All Stars Chris Taylor, Georgia Steele, Anton Danyluk, Hannah Elizabeth, Demi Jones, Jake Cornish, Luis Morrison and Mitchel Taylor.

Chris Taylor, who briefly dated Maura Higgins, made a brief cameo as Ken in last year’s Barbie movie.

He landed the role after meeting Margot Robbie and said his “silly talk” must have “made an impression” on the star.

“Eighteen months later I got an email from Warner Bros. asking, ‘Do you want to try out for this role as Ken?'” he said.

Love Island’s ratings have seen a steady decline in recent years, with last summer’s first episode losing more than a million viewers compared to 2022.

It has faced competition from a host of new rivals such as BBC Three’s I Kissed a Boy, the UK’s first gay dating show, and scrutiny over its duty of care to contestants.

All Stars is the latest attempt to put a new spin on the format following the recent Love Island Games, which saw islanders from around the world compete in challenges.