Caroline Flack promises 'lots of skin' on Love Island
Caroline Flack has promised "lots of skin" from the contestants on this year's 'Love Island' as she tweeted about the casting tapes
Caroline Flack has promised "lots of skin" on this year's 'Love Island'.
The 37-year-old television presenter is returning as the host of the ITV2 dating reality show, and has taken to Twitter to tease the line up for the new series, which airs later this year, as she promises "lots of tattoos" and "lots of skin" on show amongst the contestants.
She tweeted: "I saw the casting tapes for this years Love Islands peeps yesterday .... LOTS OF TATS... LOTS OF SKIN... LOTS OF LOLS (sic)"
Further details on the forthcoming series are being kept under wraps for now but it's believed Caroline will make unexpected appearances in the Spanish villa, where the dating hopefuls will be staying, in order to shake up the series by delivering shock announcements and surprise twists that will put pressure on the new relationships.
The brunette beauty will also front the spin-off series, which title is not yet known, as she's joined by a celebrity panel each week to discuss the show as well as give viewers a first look in to extra gossip from the villa as well as exclusive interviews and clips.
Meanwhile, last year's winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde were thought to be a success story for the show after they remained together for almost a year, but it was revealed earlier this month that the pair have decided to call time on their romance.
Nathan tweeted about the split recently: "Me and Cara have split, we've had the best summer of our lives but it's been a tough few weeks and wish her the best of luck for the future (sic)"
An insider recently claimed though it was a hard break up, they want to stay close.
The source said: "They've both mutually agreed to call it quits. It hasn't been an easy decision but in the end they decided things would be better apart. They stayed really amicable and will definitely do all they can to be friendly."
The new series of 'Love Island' has yet to have been given an official start date, but in previous years the series has begun in June.