Who Will Take Part In Love Island All Stars Series 2?

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Who Will Take Part In Love Island All Stars Series 2?

Love Island: All Stars made its debut earlier this year, with several former Islanders making their return for another go at finding love on TV again. 

This summer, we are enjoying the goings on in the civilian series, which has already featured the introduction of one star in TOWIE legend Joey Essex, who became the first-ever celebrity to take part in the regular Love Island. 

But ex-Islanders shouldn't worry, as host Maya Jama has confirmed there will a second helping of Love Island: All Stars next year. 

When showing members of the press around the villa ahead of this year's series launch, she said: "I've got a secret for everybody. You're the first people to hear this, but Love Island: All Stars series two is commissioned and coming in the new year."

This has sparked speculation on betting sites about who might grace the villa with their presence for a second, third or perhaps even fourth time.  

Love Island All Stars: Who Will Appear In Series 2 Next Odds

NameOddsProbability
Amber Gill4/660%
Davide SanclimentiEvs50%
Olivia Hawkins2/133.3%
Anna Vakili3/125%
Scott van-der-Sluis4/120%
Lucinda Strafford5/116.7%
Paige Turley6/114.3%
Finley Tapp6/114.3%
Paige Thorne8/111.1%
Jacques O'Neill8/110%
Jay Younger10/19.1%

Amber's Green Light To Return?

Amber Gill has been installed as the 4/6 favourite on Love Island betting sites to take part in an All Stars series. 

The TV personality was recently dating Arsenal footballer Jen Beattie, but the pair went their separate ways, and she was recently romantically linked to influencer Nakita Johnson, who confirmed the pair are just friends. 

Amber is best known in Love Island circles for triumphing in the 2019 fifth series alongside Greg O'Shea, but their romance didn't last long outside the villa. 

However, she could soon be returning to the Island to look for love again. Since Love Island, Amber has admitted it is "so painfully obvious" when she watches episodes back that she is gay.  

Speaking on the Queerpiphany podcast, she said: "I watch back on the shows that I’ve been on and I’m like, 'God, you’re just so gay.' "

Should she take part in next year's All Stars it wouldn't be the first time someone on Love Island has embarked on a same-sex relationship.

In 2016's second Love Island series, Katie Salmon and Sophie Gradon - who took her own life in 2018 aged 32 - became the first same-sex couple in the show's history. 

And Love Island UK's Megan Barton-Hanson hooked up with Love Island US star Kyra Green in the inaugural season of Love Island Games last year. 

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Davide Back On The Box

Another Love Island winner who could be back to look for love again is Davide Sanclimenti. 

The star triumphed in the ITV2 dating show in 2022 alongside then-girlfriend Ekin-Su Culculoglu, but the pair have since split. 

Davide has since been linked to Celebs Go Dating, but he didn't ever appear on the E4 show, while his ex Ekin-Su starred on ITV's Celebrity Big Brother earlier this year. 

Davide is now Evens second favourite on specials betting sites to follow in Ekin-Su's footsteps and head back down the reality TV route.

Others who could be in contention include Amber's pal Anna Vakili (3/1), and 2/1 chance Olivia Hawkins, who recently admitted she is finding dating "so much harder" since Love Island. 

Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper in May, she said: "I am dating but I'm not in a rush to settle down. 

"Love Island has definitely hindered things I'd say, it's so much harder now.

She continued to the Daily Star: "You don't know people's intentions, it's a lot harder."

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Scott's Four-Peat? 

Ekin-Su, Maura Higgins, Adam Collard and Kady McDermott have all previously said they wouldn't appear on the show again, but one Islander could partake in a Love Island series for a fourth time next year. 

Last year, it seemed as though every time you turned the TV on Scott van-der-Sluis appeared. 

He took part in the 10th series of Love Island, the fifth series of Love Island USA, as well as the first season of spin-off show Love Island Games.

Scott has enjoyed tweeting about the current civilian series, but felt the need to play down fan speculation that he could take part in this summer's series. 

He wrote on X: "I cant tweet about Love Island anymore without people thinking I’m about to do the 4peat, can only apologise for the trauma I’ve caused you all but I’m currently at Asda in Wigan getting a Meal deal NOT in Mallorca (sic)"

But he couldn't resist teasing his supporters, adding: "Or am I"

He is, aptly, 4/1 on betting apps to achieve the four-peat. 

Lucinda Strafford (5/1) is another former Love Island UK star who has tried her hand at a different version of the format. 

The star - who has recently been linked to DJ Nathan Dawe - appeared in season five of Love Island Australia last year and finished runner-up alongside Zac Nunns, but the pair have since split. 

While Scott and Lucinda could be heading for a Love Island four-peat and hat-trick respectively, it wouldn't be a huge surprise if former winners Paige Turley (6/1) and Finley Tapp (6/1) joined next year's All Stars cast. 

Paige was said to have been interested in appearing in this year's All Stars, but was reportedly not allowed because she and Finley had already signed up to appear on MTV's Ex on the Beach. 

However, that series has since aired, which could pave the way for Paige and Finley to become the Molly Smith and Callum Jones - Love Island exes who both appeared in this year's All Stars - of the 2025 series.

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