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LOVE Island 2023 is set to be the longest EVER series of the hit ITV2 dating show as contestants have to block out their entire summer. The prospective singletons have to be available for a huge TEN weeks through the year in order to qualify for their spot on the programme. The upcoming series of Love Island looks to be the longest yet. Last year's series have only lasted for eight weeks. Last summer, the Love Island stars had to make sure they could be available for a whopping eight weeks of their summer to take part in the show.
Now, ITV2 look to have decided to make the series even longer by requesting that anyone who signs up can be around for a fortnight longer. The terms and conditions of the sign-up form on the ITV2 website list that candidates must be able to make themselves available for the full amount of time Eligibility requirements for the show state: "You must be exclusively available to participate in the programme for a minimum of ten consecutive weeks. Other conditions list that participants must be at least 18 years old, and cannot be directly related to anyone who works behind-the-scenes on the show.
Applications for the 2023 series of Love Island officially opened last month as the broadcaster have begun looking for their next batch of singletons.
The sign-up form details that successful candidates will "spend time in a luxury villa" - which has been tipped this year to be in Majorca.
The new villa will appear for the first time on this summer’s series, with producers considering moving to the foothills of mountains, by a lake or to the coast.