Caroline Flack returns to Love Island
Caroline Flack will return as the host for 'Love Island.'
The 37-year-old beauty - who has fronted both series of the ITV2 reality TV programme since it first came to screens in 2015 - has jump on board the forthcoming summer installment of the match-making show as she gives viewers the lowdown on the catfights, tears and villa hook ups, bosses have confirmed to The Sun newspaper.
The news comes shortly after the former 'X Factor' host teased: "V exciting announcement tomorrow (sic)" on her Twitter account on Monday (13.02.17).
Details on the forthcoming series are being kept under wraps for now but it's believed Caroline will make unexpected appearances in the Spanish villa, where the dating hopefuls will be staying, in order to shake up the series by delivering shock announcements and surprise twists that will put pressure on the new relationships.
The brunette beauty will also front the spin-off series, which title is not yet known, as she's joined by a celebrity panel each week to discuss the show as well as give viewers a first look in to extra gossip from the villa as well as exclusive interviews and clips.
Last year's series proved a matchmaking success for winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, who recently moved in together and have since made cameo appearances in 'The Only Way is Essex', as well as runners up Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland who recently took their relationship to the next stage and got engaged.
Olivia previously flashed her ring on her Instagram account with the caption: "I have no words for how happy I am. My fiancé my everything @ab_bowen this was magical. So magical (sic)."
While her fiance Alex shared a picture of his wife-to-be's ring and wrote: "She said yes."
And speaking about her time on the show, Olivia said:
"It's really crazy; I never ever thought it would be like this. I think we all expected it to have a little bit of buzz, but this year it's been mental, its lovely. The amount of people who just support you is unreal."