The show begins on Monday 4th June 2018 and whilst bosses haven't yet officially confirmed the date of the 2018 final, Love Island usually follows a similar blueprint although the Love Island 2018 final looks like it'll be on Monday 30th July 2018.
Ahead of the new season starting The Sun has revealed that all the contestants have been put through STI tests before they entered the infamous villa.
They continued: "They're doing the responsible thing by making sure everyone is clean".
It's been reported that the hot new contestants will be paid a measly £200 a week for appearing on the BAFTA winning dating show.
'They're all prepared to take the hit now because this time next year they could be rolling in it!'
A TV insider revealed: "All the islanders are getting £200 a week to be on the show". If you break it down to how many hours they're filming every day it's absolutely nothing!
The victor will walk away with a whopping £50,000 cash prize if they decide to take the money for themselves. If they win, it could be £50,000 they leave with or £25,000 if they split the pot. Whether your favourite contestant gets eliminated early on or goes all the way, you know you just can't stop watching to find out just what happens with this loveable bunch.