First look inside Love Island 2019 villa – and it’s undergone a glamorous revamp
With just days before the Love Island villa doors are flung open to 12 sexy new singletons , we've been given the first look inside this year's digs.
Host Caroline Flack took to Instagram to give fans a sneak peek at what awaits the new islanders.
The location remains the same, with the complex positioned on the sun-soaked east side of Balearic Island Majorca.
Though this year, the holiday home that we've come to know and love since 2017, has undergone a glamorous revamp.
After being let loose in the villa, Caroline headed straight for the bedroom, telling fans: "Ah it's good to be back!"
The excitable presenter then showed off the double beds where the islanders will be kipping – and possibly canoodling – every night in very close quarters.
With the sleeping arrangements being anything but private they'd better hope nobody snores!
This year the bedroom has been arranged in a blue and yellow colour scheme in keeping with a fresh beachside theme.
Caroline then gave a glimpse of the outside area and the route she takes for her famous slow-motion walk into the villa.
"I'll take a short-cut for now because there are people working," she revealed – showing some builders adding some finishing touches to the place.
A new swimming pool, jacuzzi and gym area have been installed to ensure the cast are living it up in style.
More to follow…
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Earlier in the day, Caroline revealed that she would be having dinner in the villa on Tuesday night – days before the castmates arrive – and would take some secret snaps for fans.
"Once I'm in there I'm going to give you a sneak peak of what the villa looks like… though I don't think I'm allowed," she said.
While the villa is not being used for TV purposes, the abode is open to the public.
Love Island superfans can take the opportunity to stay in the famous compound without going through the rigorous casting process.
A week in the spacious pad will set you back around £3,000 a week.
Though ITV bosses are still hunting for singletons to join the new series, so there is still chance to get there for free.
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