Missing Love Island? Get your fix with Love Island UK
Two Aussie bombshells are here to ruffle some feathers. Here's where to get your fix!
Having withdrawals from Love Island Australia ending? Well, we have some good news. Love Island UK is here to replace that Villa-sized hole in our hearts.
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And, in a brand-new twist, some familiar Aussie faces will be entering UK territory. This season may just be the best one yet!
Season Nine of Love Island UK returned this January, taking new contestants to South Africa to stay at a villa on the Ludus Magnus estate in Franschhoek.
Jessie Renée Wynter and Aaron Waters of Love Island Australia Season Two and Three entered the Villa on Sunday night. And, in true Aussie fashion, they definitely ruffled some feathers.
WATCH: Love Island Australia's Jessie and Aaron enter the UK Villa. Article continues after video.
The two new Bombshells will certainly not be holding back in Cape Town with an ITV source telling The Sun, "The two new international recruits are essentially professional bombshells and won’t just shake up the villa - they’ll blow it apart... And neither has a shred of British restraint about them."
Seeing as we've witnessed both of them on our local screens, we're confident in saying that UK audiences will be thoroughly entertained.
Jessie and Aaron are back!
Wanting to watch these two Aussie babes find love in the international villa? Below, we share where to stream - only hours behind the UK.
Not only is the Villa new, but the season will be introducing a new host; model-turned-TV presenter Maya Jama, who will be replacing Laura Whitmore.
Where to watch Love Island UK in Australia
Normally, Aussies get quite the delay on international shows, yet this year we get our hands on the British series surprisingly quick.
Whilst Season Nine of the show started on Monday, January 16 in the UK, Aussies can start streaming just days later.
Australians can watch Love Island UK on 9Now, where Episode One aired on January 18 at 6pm AEDT.
Maya Jama will be the knew Love Island host.
Want to know more about Love Island Australia? Check out the links below!
Madison ScottMadi is a senior digital producer for WHO and loves all things fashion and pop culture. If she’s not reading a new book, she’s probably scrolling aimlessly on Pinterest or window shopping.