The first set of islanders taking part was announced last week with fans given the opportunity to vote for which contestants will be paired up together ahead of the first episode.
The show is expected to run for a total of eight weeks with the live final taking place at the end of July.
ITV has confirmed that host Maya Jama will return for her second series of the reality show, which will be her first summer edition.
Meanwhile, the voice of the show Iain Stirling will once again provide viewers with his witty commentary.
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Speaking about hosting, Maya told Digital Spy: "It feels so exciting. I was full of nerves for my first series because I was wondering what it would be like. Now, I know I feel really ready and excited, I just can't wait to get started!
"Now there's a bit more of an expectation, I just want to make sure that I live up to that expectation again.... The pressure is on for my stylist because the dresses did very well last series."
Weekly round-up show Love Island: Aftersun is also set to return on Sunday nights with dumped islanders sharing their experiences alongside unseen clips and additional insight.
Love Island returns to ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm on Monday June 5.2023-06-05T11:11:33Z dg43tfdfdgfd