The seventh series of reality-hit TV series Love Island is set to land this summer.

After more than a year off-air due to the pandemic, single Brits searching for romance will couple up and get to know one another.

But as new bombshells arrive on the island, the strongest couples will be revealed.

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Laura Whitmore is expected to once again host the show, with Ian Stirling narrating.

Meanwhile, an influencer and celebrity chef's daughter has been rumoured to join the line up.

Here's everything we know about Love Island 2021.

Love Island 2021 rumoured cast

James Price

James, 23, from Worcester, is reportedly going on the show.

He was previously romantically linked to 2019 contestant Lucie Donlan.

A source told MailOnline: "James is in final talks with producers and they’re really keen on signing him this year.

"He’s cheeky, fun and handsome – and will be a sure-fire hit with the female contestants, while he’s also on the lookout for his dream girl."

Holly Ramsey

Multiple reports suggested that the second eldest daughter of Gordon Ramsey could be joining the show.

However, Holly, who is a fashion student and model, has denied the rumours.

She recently wrote on her Instagram stories: "Thanks for all the lovely messages, but no, I’m definitely not appearing on Love Island."

Alisha Lemay

The Instagram influencer was hinted to appear on the winter version of Love Island.

But according to MailOnline, the influencer could make it on the summer show.

A TV insider said: "Alisha is exactly the type of contestant ITV2 are looking for — she’s gorgeous, body confident and isn’t afraid to be herself," the insider said.

"She’s an advocate of body positivity and often admits on her Instagram to never wanting to be perfect, which is an important message to young viewers of the show too."

Love Island 2021 start date

ITV2 has yet to confirm the official start date for Love Island.

However, it is rumoured the show will start at the end of June.

A source told MailOnline: "Crew members are scheduled to fly out to Majorca on June 20 – with the series expected to launch a week later.

"In 2019, the first episode aired on June 3, meaning Love Island will be over three weeks later this year due to current restrictions on overseas travel."

Love Island 2021 trailer

No trailer has been released as of yet for the show.