The Love Island Australia premiere on Monday night has already been slated to kick off the final chapter in what has been a blockbuster year for reality TV.
And with its cast confirmed to include a stream of sexy singletons ready to win the hearts of the public—and hopefully each other—viewers will be keen to keep up with their every antic.
From a beauty queen to a born again Christian, a club DJ and a pro wrestler, the cast is diverse in more ways than one.
Here, Yahoo Lifestyle has compiled each and every contestants’ Instagram in a group host Sophie Monk describes simply as ‘very, very attractive’.
In a world where plastic surgery is commonplace, 25-year-old Biannca Rose prides herself on being natural—both in and outside.
"I don't like wasting time, and even though it's nice to spend time with someone, if I don't genuinely see it happening, I won't pursue it," she said.
This 27-year-old contestant grew up on a farm and was homeschooled with seven siblings, something the 27-year-old says has shaped much of her outlook.
"I've always been very black and white .... blunt but not in a mean way," she said.
Perth-based Jordan, 28, is good friends with last year’s winner Tayla and describes herself as ‘popular’.
She’s only been single for a few months but is keen to fall in love again.
London-born Cassie, 26, is based in Sydney and has already dabbled in YouTube, with a focus on fashion and beauty and beauty content.
At just 19, born again Christian, Cartiér is the youngest singleton in the series. Due to her beliefs she’s also looking to largely steer clear of alcohol during her time in the villa.
A model by trade, Cynthia is no stranger to posing up a storm in a two-piece so should be right at home at the Fijian villa when she enters on Monday night, with the stunner’s exploits evident across her social media presence.
Tasmanian beauty queen Jessie Wynter, 23, is already a bonafide influencer thanks to her 57,000 strong Instagram following—something she no doubt want to grow during the series.
Sydneysider Vanessa, 24, speaks French and grew up in Vanuatu. She’s also a bit of a bookworm having studied finance and economics at uni, and has just started a Masters in computer science.
A former AFL player with the Richmond football club, 26-year-old is well acquainted with a different kind of game that’s played on the island.
However, he now works as a Project Manager for a commercial building industry company.
Boasting more than 120,000 Instagram followers before even entering the villa, Queensland plumber Blake Williamson is a bonafide influencer.
"I am going to be forced to take my walls down .. I'm going to have to be me and can't hide behind my Instagram," he said.
At 27, Aaron’s spent much of his working life in the army in addition to working as a model. Let’s hope his training helps him in the battlefield of love.
Melbourne-based DJ Sam may prove to be a hard man to please, with the 28-year-old saying he’s typically very picky when it comes to girlfriends. Here’s hoping the right lady lies in the the villa of love.
At 27, Adam claims to have not yet had a serious girlfriend, something the tattoo enthusiast is keen to hopefully change after a loved-up stint on the show.
Irishman Eoghan’s stint on the show hopefully won’t be as complex as his name—pronounced Owen—with the 23-year-old describing himself as a “respectful man with a huge heart”. His six-pack’s not bad either.
Gerard is sure to stir things up in the villa - or at least in the kitchen - as he hosts a nude Instagram cooking show, sometimes with his mum. And just to clarify, while Gerard cooks naked under an apron, his mum is fully clothed.
But that’s not his only talent, the 23-year-old is a personal trainer by trade and specialises in working with people with disability.
At just 24, Matthew has already carved out a career as a model and wrestler who’s into WWE in a big way.
He’s also a friend of last year’s contestant Justin Lacko and not one to shy away from a dress-up party.
What time does Love Island start?
Love Island Australia is set to hit screens at 8:45pm on Monday, October, 7 on Channel Nine.
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