Here to fill the void that came with the finale of The Bachelor is season two of Love Island Australia, the reality TV show that has consumed almost the entirety of the UK every year since its inception. While Aussie’s version didn’t make as big of a splash as other dating shows Down Under, such as Married at First Sight, we have high hopes for season two, which was just announced to be hitting screens on October 7th.
In a new promo clip showing host Sophie Monk dressed up as Cupid, it was revealed that the show starts in just two weeks on Monday, October 7th at 8:40pm.
While the cast has reportedly been finalised – there are rumours that MAFS‘ contestant Jessika Power is joining the show – applications are reportedly still open for intruders.
Last year’s winners, Tayla Damir and Grant Crapp, split within days of the show with rumours the electrician had a ‘secret girlfriend’ in Canberra.
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia