What time is Love Island Australia 2021 on? We’re glad you asked because we’ve got a text for you with all the answers!

Grab the popcorn because the drama is on every week, Monday through Thursday nights!

You can catch Love Island Monday to Wednesday at 8:40pm, while Thursday‘s episode starts at 9:30pm on both Channel Nine and 9Now.

Returning host Sophie Monk says that the third season of the much-anticipated dating show will bring “sassy” and “fun” singles to our screens.

Love Island host Sophie Monk is back on October 11 to play cupid to the Islanders. Source: Nine.
Love Island host Sophie Monk is back on October 11 to play cupid to the Islanders. Source: Nine.

“I can’t wait for everyone to meet the new cast on Love Island,” she said. “They are… looking for love, and what better place to find it than the luxurious Love Island villa.”

Temperatures are set to reach fever pitch when a brand new cast of sexy singles descend on the Byron Bay villa, and damn — we just know there’s going to be some spicy drama within this chiseled bunch!

Meet The Islanders

So far, fans of Love Island have been introduced to four Islanders who will begin their search for love on Monday.

Tensions are sure to be high once 23-year-old Jess enters the villa, with the beautiful blonde confessing that other women find her “intimidating”.

Zimbabwe-born Taku is also set to get the party started as he searches for a woman who can match his “huge personality”.

“If I am coming on this, I want all the smoke, if you know what I’m saying,” he said ahead of his appearance. “I’m a confident guy, I can’t wait.”

Nine also unveiled 21-year-old “sexy nerd” Rachael and 25-year-old riot squad officer Chris as upcoming Islanders.

Love Island Australia 2021 Nearly Didn’t Go Ahead!

The show was jeopardised in September when a Love Island makeup artist tested positive to the Coronavirus.

If it weren’t for a loophole in production rules, Love Island ‘Straya might not have gone ahead!

As revealed in episode 106 of So Dramatic! with Megan Pustetto, ITV was only permitted to continue filming the world-renowned dating series “as long as it is completed within [a] 30-day window”.

Rejoice! We will still be granted our spicy drama, even if it does mean the series will be “drastically shortened from 60 days”.

Love Island Australia 2021 will premiere after The Block at 8:45pm on Monday, October 11, airing on Channel Nine and 9Now!

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