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It has been hotly tipped to be returning to screens very soon amid a cloud of controversy.
And Love Island have now confirmed that the show will make a comeback on June 3, with an exciting promotional clip featuring host Caroline Flack, 39.
News - Reports - Year - Contestants - £250
The exciting news comes amid reports that this year's contestants will be paid £250 per week, to compensate for the 'risks' in taking part in the ITV2 reality show.
On Monday, the broadcaster shared a clip on social media of presenter Caroline floating upwards in a swimming pool.
Words - Dot - Start - Date - June
Above her were the words 'Day Dot Is Coming', before the start date of 'Monday 3rd June' flashed up, with narrator Iain Sterling repeating the information via voiceover.
The star then stared sultrily into the camera, before lowering her sunglasses.
Reports - Year - Islanders - Week - Series
It comes amid reports that this year's islanders will be paid just £250 per week to star on the controversial series.
Many contestants have in the past given up their work or have taken extended breaks so that they could head into the famous Spanish villa.
Daily - Star - Sum - 'risks - Part
According to the Daily Star, the sum paid is to 'compensate' for the 'risks' involved in taking part, after former stars have spoken out about the negative sides of joining the show including online trolling, depression and health problems.
A source told the publication: 'Everyone now knows that stepping into that villa brings good and bad things.
Risk - Twitter - Dreams - Reality - Star
'They risk coming out and being trolled on Twitter, their dreams of being a big reality star dashed, work dries up and ending up feeling depressed and having issues.'
MailOnline have contacted representatives of Love Island for comment.
Pay - Winners - £50 - Cash - Prize
Despite the reported low pay, eventual winners could bag the £50,000 cash prize and follow in the footsteps of popular islanders including Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham.
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