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Love Island 2022 applications are officially open! Here’s how to apply

Kaz, for example, already had a pretty big following for the outfit pics and vids she filmed with her sister on both Instagram and TikTok.

5. Don’t try and be like last year’s contestants

The team told us you should never try and be like any of the other islanders. They said: “Don’t think ‘I will try and be like Olivia’, they’re done, well, not done, obviously, we have finished with them on this show so it’s time to bring in new characters so there’s no point being like the others.” So basically, don’t try and learn how to play the piano like Mozart Millie – find your own niche.

6. Don’t do it for the fame

If you’re coming in for fame, not love, that will be visible to the viewers and you’ll get voted out, according to the team. “If you’re not here for love, they’ll find out. But when you do go into the show now, fame does come with it so there’s got to be at least 5 per cent of you that likes being famous or wants to be famous. You can’t go in saying you don’t want to be famous because you are going to be famous,” the producers told us.

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“That’s probably why I got on it because I was just really weird and a bit different to everyone else. I think that kind of sets you apart.”

She told hopefuls to be “really enthusiastic” because part of the audition process includes group interviews – so standing out from the crowd is essential.
“Don’t just blend into the background. Remember some really funny stories and tell [the executives].

“Don’t just say ‘Oh I’m really fun’. Yeah but why are you fun? What makes you different.”

With some of this year’s Islanders estimated to earn more than a million pounds in the next 12 months on offers following the show (that’s a hell of a lot of protein!), don’t be a mug and get going on that application.
You’ll be sipping from your Love Island water bottle and wearing those gold tattoos in no time.

To apply, hopefuls will have to be over the age of 18, have a valid passport and you’ve got to be free for ten consecutive weeks during filming (exact dates are not yet specified).