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Love Island All Stars 2024: meet the full line-up of past contestants

The series premieres on Monday 15 January

Love Island: All Stars line-up, Georgia Harrison, Toby Aromolaran and Kaz Kamwi
Nicky Morris
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We're counting down the days until Love Island returns to our screens with its first-ever All Stars series, which will see host Maya Jama welcome familiar faces from previous seasons in South Africa for a second chance at finding love. But which former stars will be heading back to the iconic villa in South Africa in the hopes of being lucky a second time around? ITV are drip-feeding names throughout the day, so keep checking back for all the latest. 

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Georgia Harrison on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Georgia Harrison

Essex girl Georgia is hoping to have "as much fun as possible" as she makes her return to the villa. The 29-year-old made her Love Island debut when she was 22 years old in series three, when she came in as a bombshell and lasted 46 days in the villa. 

"I always wondered if I would have found love if I'd gone in a bit earlier," she said. "When I heard about Love Island: All Stars, I thought it was meant to be."

On why she's returning to the show, Georgia said: "This is the last year of my 20's so I want to go in the Villa and have some fun and hopefully meet someone that I can fall in love with. I'm lucky in the sense that I’ve got everything in my life that I could possibly wish for, apart from love."

Toby Aromolaran on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Toby Aromolaran

24-year-old Toby is heading back into the villa just over two years after he placed second alongside ex-girlfriend, Chloe Burrows.

So, why is Toby returning to the show? "I'm single and Love Island worked for me the first time," he explained. "I had a good relationship and fell in love. If I'm Single and Love Island is an opportunity for me, how could you turn down the chance to find love again?!"

On what he thinks Chloe's reaction would be to his villa comeback, he said: "I don't know how she would take it. We will always have love for each other and I think she would wish me the best of luck, as I would certainly do the same."

Kaz Kamwi on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Kaz Kamwi

Series seven contestant Kaz is keen to find love as she heads to South Africa for the new series. "I had a great time last series but I want to have an even better time," said the Essex native. 

Kaz, who placed fourth alongside her ex-boyfriend Tyler Cruickshank, said her most memorable moment from series seven was forming a friendship with fellow contestant Liberty Poole. 

"The memories I loved and treasure the most are more often than not the ones with Lib," she said. "We always laugh about the moment we first met when we couldn't open the champagne, to this day we still remember it and when we go out, we just look at each other and laugh."

Chris Taylor on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Chris Taylor

Leicester native Chris was only in the villa for 15 days back in series five and is hoping to find a girlfriend in the South Africa villa. 

On his new approach to the villa, the 33-year-old said: "I am going to try very hard to not get pied as many times as I did last time. I managed to get pied six times in 15 days, which has got to be a world record. I am going to make better decisions which will probably end up transitioning into worse decisions."

Chris's Love Island return comes just months after he appeared in the Barbie movie starring Margot Robbie. The reality star landed a role after finding himself at an after party with the Hollywood actress. "I started to panic and make conversation with her, just having really stupid chats," he explained. "All I can assume is that my silly chat made an impression on Margot Robbie. 

"18 months later I got an email from Warner Brothers asking do you want to try out for this role as Ken - it was a tumble dryer of emotions."

Georgia Steele on Love Island: All Stars © ITV

Georgia Steel

25-year-old Georgia is hoping she'll find a boyfriend in the villa. 

The York-born star made her debut in series four, when she became known for repeating the phrase, "I'm loyal babe". 

On why she's returning to the villa, Georgia said: "I feel like going in this time it’ll be nice because we have all gone through similar experiences, I think that'll create an instant connection."

Anton Danyluk on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Anton Danyluk

For Anton, returning to Love Island was a "no brainer".

The 29-year-old Scotsman, who appeared in series five, said: "I got the call and it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and probably the best summer I have ever had in my life. Getting the chance to do it twice is going to be unbelievable."

Hannah Elizabeth on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Hannah Elizabeth

33-year-old Hannah admits that she's "not good at finding love" but is determined to "have a ball" in the villa. 

Hanna got engaged to fellow contestant Jon Clarke during the first series of the show. 

When asked if wedding bells could be on the cards again, she said: "Absolutely not, not in the Villa no. Maybe when I get out, but I’d need to give it a bit of time. It was almost ten years ago and I was in that proper whirlwind kind of love, now that I’m that bit older I try to take things a little slower."

Jake Cornish on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Jake Cornish

Jake took part in series seven, which saw him and his then-girlfriend Liberty Poole decide to leave the villa just three days before the final. 

On what he would do differently this time around, the 26-year-old said: "There is nothing major I would do differently but I have definitely matured in the two years since first being on the show. I look at things differently and respond differently. When it comes to people's opinions, I don’t sit on the fence anymore. That is my way of life now, so I will take that into the Villa."

Demi Jones on Love Island: All Stars © ITV

Demi Jones

26-year-old Demi, who viewers met in series six, is "ready to find love again". 

The reality star, who was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2021, said: "I lost a lot of confidence with my health issues over the last couple of years but I’ve been smashing the gym this year, finding my confidence again and I’ve got it back. So, let’s find a man!"

Luis Morrison on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Luis Morrison

Series one star Luis said appearing on the show was the "best experience" of his life. "I found love in the Villa before and who knows if I can find love in there again?" said the 29-year-old Londoner. 

"I’m a lot older and wiser, so I know what I am getting myself into. I don’t have a game plan at all - I am an open book so I will go with the flow and see what happens."

Liberty Poole on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Liberty Poole

Birmingham-born Liberty is "a lot more confident" since appearing in series seven. 

"I've grown so much as a person since I was first on the show, so I’m excited for people to see that," said the 24-year-old. "I'm a lot more confident in who I am and sure about exactly what I want from a relationship. I just want to have fun and meet a lovely boy."

Mitchel Taylor on Love Island: All Stars© ITV

Mitchel Taylor

Sheffield native Mitchel clearly can't keep away from the villa! The 27-year-old appeared in the latest series, which aired in the summer of 2023, and is already back for more. 

On why he's returning, Mitchel said: "I think I went in with my heart on my sleeve the first time and got hurt and this time I am just going in to enjoy myself and if a connection happens, a connection happens. 

"Honestly when I went in for series ten, you saw me and Molly, I went for Molly, I wanted her. And with this one, I am not going to make myself that vulnerable. I am going to play the game."

Love Island: All Stars starts on Monday 15 January at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2, ITVX & STV.