LOVE Island's 2018 line-up has finally been announced and with it is 23-year-old Niall Aslam.
Here's everything you need to know about Niall and what we can expect from him in this year's villa...
Niall Aslam is a student and construction worker from Coventry.
Unlike most of his fellow contestants, the 23-year-old has no previous claim to fame but believes his chat will set him apart, describing himself as "quirky and funny".
Niall adds: “I am going in there and I want to find love. I don’t care who a lad is if he is big, better looking, I’m still going in there and I’ll still rock up and try and chat up his missus.”
Niall admits his ex-girlfriend would describe him as “immature and an attention seeker” and wouldn't be pleased to see him on Love Island because it's her favourite show.
Niall is backing his banter to make up for his serious problem with masticating: "I chew really loudly. I’m like a barnyard animal. It’s really bad."
He also revealed his biggest turn-off are girls who take "themselves seriously and can’t have a laugh".
He said: "Girls these days think you’re trying to chat them up even when you’re not.
"You might just ask the time and they’ll say ‘Sorry I’m not interested.’"
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Love Island series four kicked off on Monday, June 4, at 9pm.
The show will air over eight weeks and among the cast are Cabin Crew member Laura Anderson, Barmaid Dani Dyer, and model Eyal Booker.
Caroline Flack has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015 and will once again be joined by voice-over artist Iain Stirling.
2017's winner Kem Cetinay is also returning to host a daily spin-off show entitled The Morning After with TV presenter, Arielle Free.