'Love Island' Season 4: How to apply? Here's how you can be an islander on CBS dating show
Wondering how you can get on 'Love Island'? We got you covered, read on to know all about the casting process
If the idea of spending your summer in a beautiful tropical paradise like Hawaii or Fiji, while looking for love and a possibility of winning $100,0000 appeals to you, then you might want to check out CBS's popular reality dating show 'Love Island'. The show's season 3 might have just come to an end, but the network is already on a quest to recruit hot youngsters for the upcoming season 4 of 'Love Island'.
CBS' hit show 'Love Island' features 12 young singles, who are referred to as "islanders". These islanders need to be coupled up throughout the show and occasionally complete various challenges assigned to them. The goal of the show is to remain coupled up until the end of the season, the winning couple will receive a cash prize and possibly a new romantic prospect. Wondering how you can get on 'Love Island'? We got you covered. Read on to know all about the casting process for the hit dating show and how to apply for it. But you need to be above the age of 18 in order to audition for the show.
If you are 18 years or older then click here to apply for appearing on the show. The link takes you to the show's casting page. You will have to fill out the questionnaire with your personal details such as name, age, relationship status, address, etc. The questionnaire also tries to gauge your thoughts on love and relationships and learn more about your previous relationships and the details of your breakup.
There are a total of 70 questions on the questionnaire including details of your various social media handles. The islanders not only get an opportunity to fall in love and win $100,000 but also catapults them to a mini-celebrity status. So, what are you waiting for, head over to the above mentioned link and begin your journey to become the new islander on 'Love Island'.
'Love Island' Season 3 is available for streaming on Paramount+.