Love Island Australia’s season two cast will be ‘twice as hot’ as last year… and they’re better looking than the British stars, says a production insider
Season two of Love Island Australia looks set to be even hotter than last year.
On Tuesday, a TV insider told Kyle and Jackie O that casting agents are convinced 2019’s lineup will be more photogenic than ever before.
KIIS FM’s resident medical expert Dr Sam Hay revealed his wife is helping produce the show, and she’s very impressed by the candidates so far.
Get ready! Love Island Australia’s season two cast will be ‘twice as hot’ as last year, according to a television insider. Pictured: The show’s season one lineup
During his regular ‘Dr KIIS’ segment, radio host Kyle Sandilands asked Sam bluntly: ‘How are [the contestants] looking?’
‘Twice as good as last year,’ Sam replied. ‘[That’s] mostly [based on] looks, because they haven’t actually sort of really sat down and had a chat with them.
‘So mostly looks, but they’re hot. Both the guys and the girls. And some interesting characters seem to be coming through.’
The contestants auditioning for season two of Love Island are apparently ‘better looking’ than the stars of the British version of the show. Pictured: Love Island UK couple Amber and Michael
After Jackie ‘O’ Henderson revealed she’s addicted to the British version of the show, Sam said the new Australian stars are much better looking.
‘Oh no, they sh*** all over them!’ he said.
Meanwhile, Channel Nine producers are reportedly hoping to film the new season of Love Island Australia in tropical Fiji.
Back soon! Love Island season two will premiere towards the end of the year on Channel Nine, having been upgraded from 9Go! Sophie Monk (pictured) will be returning as the show’s host
However, the Fijian government is apparently concerned about the ‘sleazy tone’ of the program and is trying to block production.
As a result, TV executives may be forced to film Love Island in a decidedly less exotic destination in Queensland.
Love Island season two will premiere towards the end of the year on Channel Nine, having been upgraded from multichannel 9Go!
Sophie Monk, 39, will be returning as the show’s host.
Remember them? Last year’s winning couple were Grant Crapp and Tayla Damir (pictured). Their relationship last just under two weeks after leaving the Spanish villa