The 2021 Love Island contestants have been revealed
Whether you watch the show or not, you'll probably be hearing a lot about these people very soon...
Love Island is officially kicking off next week.
You may or not be watching, but we know from recent history that a lot of people will and will be taking a huge interest in the following people in the coming weeks.
Without further ado, here are this year Love Island contestants...
Sharon, 21, civil servant
Sharon is a civil servant familiar with government policies - and also beauty pageants. She's already conquered both of those worlds, and now she's hoping to dominate in the villa too.
Aaron, 24, model
Events manager Aaron is used to hosting others, but this summer the Love Island villa is going to be hosting him.
And hopefully matching him up with the love of his life in the process.
Liberty, 21, waitress
Waitress Liberty is hopeful that she won't just be serving food this summer. She'll also be serving looks in the villa, and maybe a coffee in bed, or two...
Hugo, 24, PE teacher
Hugo's a PE teacher, so expect *a lot* of physical education from him in the villa this year...
Shannon, 22, model and DJ
Shannon from Scotland has apparently got "blinding banter" and could well be the one to watch in the villa this year.
Jake, 24, water engineer
Jake 'ticks a lot of boxes', but will he tick the box titled 'winner' by the end?
Kaz, 26, fashion blogger
Kaz is a model, fashion blogger, and she's entering the villa with the intention of finding her prince charming.
Brad, 26, labourer
Brad, who lives with his nan, has been single for just two years, but apparently has never been on a date. Whether that hinders his increases of success in the villa remains to be seen.
Chloe, 25, marketing executive
Chloe's looking for a funny man, which is good because the guy above still lives with his nan.
Toby's a guy who's generally good with a ball in the air, but will he be able to juggle all of the inevitable relationships in the villa?
Only time will tell.
Faye is ready to bring the drama, but is the audience ready to receive it?
As well as announcing the contestants, ITV2 also urged the public to "think before you post" ahead of this summer's show.
"We're so grateful they're letting us follow their journey this summer. We hope you enjoy the show but please think before you post."
Love Island begins on Monday, 28 June at 9pm on Virgin Media One.