For the past five years, that’s where the Love Island contestants have been started, received their outfits and sometimes warmed up.
It will make its debut in this summer’s series, with producers considering moving to the foothills, by the lake, or to the coast.
That can see the group behind Love Island introduces a bunch of new elements, but it will still include everyone’s favorite features like the fire pit and the pool.
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One TV insider said: “The ITV bosses thought it was the right time to refresh this element of the show, like they did in series three in 2017.
“Love Island has moved from a location in Santanyi south of Majorca, which was once home to series one and two, to its current villa in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, in the northeast.
“Now they are looking at a range of options, but wanted to stay on the island that provided the perfect sunny backdrop for the performance.
“Bosses are aware of the fact that this is also an opportunity to look at all the new elements they can introduce to further enhance the program.
“For Love Island fans, this is great news and they will be eager to see what the new mansion looks like and how much it could change the show.”
The show’s eighth series will return this summer on ITV2, with the casting process for new contestants well underway.
Let’s hope the bosses better remember to send them the change of address.
Set racing pulse
LUCIEN Laviscount race scene in Netflix hit Emily In Paris and now he’s about to do the same in his new role as a fitness trainer.
I can reveal the Burnley-born hound has got a new role in the new BBC Three comedy Peacock, from the producers of the hit Channel 4 series Friday Night Dinner.
He plays Jay, the new personal trainer at Sportif Leisure, who has usurped Andy Peacock, played by People Just Do Nothing star Allan ‘Seapa’ Mustafa, during a gym session, which does this. only made his colleagues more and more identity crisis.
A TV source said: “Lucien’s character is insanely torn apart and makes Andy very jealous.
“It’s the perfect role for Lucien, who has a huge following thanks to the Emily In Paris romance and fans can look forward to seeing plenty of practice scenes.”
The three-part series, filmed in Liverpool and scheduled to air later this year, is Lucien’s first notable work since Emily in Parisin which he played London banker Alfie in series two, Emily’s love affair.
He has previously starred in Waterloo Road and Coronation Street, and also credits Shameless and Skins to his acting résumé.
But perhaps his most famous television role before becoming an international star was a 2011 appearance on Celebrity Big Brother, in which he began a romance. Kerry Katona.
They also posed on the cover of OK! magazine for a flashy couples shoot afterward.
Not sure it’s his CV.
True stories of suffering at work
BBC Three has announced a new one-hour drama about a distribution center.
Life And Death In The Warehouse is inspired by real accounts from different companies around the world.
Peaky Blinders actress Aimee-Ffion Edwards plays trainee manager Megan Roberts, who joins the same company as Alys, her pregnant childhood friend, played by Poppy Lee Friar.
Megan encourages Alys to increase her “pickup rate,” but the stress puts the baby at risk.
The film provides an insight into working conditions such as CCTV surveillance, toilet inspection and layoffs.
Line Of Duty’s Craig Parkinson plays senior manager Danny.
Executive producer Aysha Rafaele said: “I hope this helps raise awareness of the taxing requirements many young people are facing in their workplace today.”
Grumpy Started by Romesh
COMEDIAN Romesh Ranganathan was a real jerk when he started.
The Weakest Link host says his deadly style is nerve-wracking – but he can finally blend into the screen.
He told That Gaby Roslin Podcast: “I was grumpy when I first started television. I think it’s nerve or you just don’t feel comfortable enough to be yourself.
“So when I started doing board and content shows, I was either very upset and really grumpy, or I got really grumpy.
“I have a cranky face by default, so if I don’t show any emotion, I look like I hate what’s going on.
“That’s part of the problem. But as I became more relaxed, I became more relaxed. ”
Big paychecks definitely cheer him up.
Nicholas is fed up with ‘plonker’ laughs
ONLY Fools And Star Horses Nicholas Lyndhurst According to a former co-star, he is desperate to distance himself from the popularity the sitcom brought him as Rodney, Del Boy’s brother.
Michael Fenton Stevens, who played the holiday agent in the 1989 episode The Unlucky Winner Is. . . , claims that he disguises his appearance in public to avoid being called by names like “plonker” and “Dave” on the street.
He added that the tragic death of his son Archie, 20, of leukemia in 2020, had also affected him deeply.
Speaking on the Only Fools And Horses podcast, Michael said: “I ran into Nick on the street, before his son sadly passed away.
“He still has to put on his cap and hide for a bit. People always go, “You plonker!”.
“That can be worn, I think. He usually keeps to himself a little bit.
“I worked with his son and it was sad. I haven’t seen him since but I feel for him it must have been horrible.”
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