Sarah Hyland announced as the new host of 'Love Island' Season 4, fans say I'll miss Arielle
After moving to Peacock from CBS, 'Love Island' Season 4 is undergoing some major rebranding. Aside from the upcoming season being promoted as the boldest and steamiest season so far, get ready to see a new face hosting the hit reality dating show, as 'Modern Family' star Sarah Hyland has been announced as the new hostess of season 4.
Hyland took to her Instagram to announce that she'll be hosting 'Love Island' Season 4. Alongside a picture of her sunbathing in a bikini while enjoying a glass of wine, the new hostess shared, "I got a text!!!! And it’s a juicy one! I can’t wait to be your new host of @loveislandusa 😍 #hostesswiththemostess #loveisabeach @peacocktv." While the show's loyal fans and Hyland's fans were pleased with the big announcement, some others couldn't help but wonder about the show's previous hostess Arielle Vandenberg. Arielle donned the role of hostess since the show first premiered in USA, and served as the charming hostess for the show's past three seasons.
Several fans took to Twitter to express that they would miss Arielle, while also sharing their excitement over Hyland as the new hostess. A fan tweeted, "I'll miss Arielle #loveislandusa." Another fan wrote, "@loveislandusa Going to miss Arielle, but happy for Sarah #LoveIslandUSA." "Why couldn’t they keep Arielle?? #LoveIslandUSA," questioned a fan. "They axed Arielle?! This disrespect #LoveIslandUSA," commented an unhappy fan. Another fan demanded, " WHO TF ARE THESE PEOPLE?!?? Bring Arielle and Matthew back now!!! #loveislandusa."
They axed Arielle?! This disrespect #LoveIslandUSA— Lex (@whatisalexroman) June 30, 2022
😭😭 WHO TF ARE THESE PEOPLE?!?? Bring Arielle and Matthew back now!!! #loveislandusa— THE VIBES (@bria_landed) June 30, 2022
You can check out the trailer of the new 'Love Island' Season 4 here:
"Oh wow Sarah Hyland. Excited to see her host #loveislandusa," expressed a fan. Another fan shared, "@loveislandusa Thank you for bringing Sarah Hyland on board #LoveIslandUSA." "NAH I absolutely LOVE Sarah Hyland. Cannot wait for this series now that @IainDoesJokes is doing the voiceover too! Going to miss Arielle but excited for the changes #LoveIslandUSA," added a fan.
NAH I absolutely LOVE Sarah Hyland. Cannot wait for this series now that @IainDoesJokes is doing the voiceover too! Going to miss Arielle but excited for the changes #LoveIslandUSA https://t.co/c3wKCOJPWI— Michelle Pryde (@michellepryde) July 1, 2022
Arielle took to her Instagram to pen down a moving note about her stint as the 'Love Island' host, while also extending her love and support to the new hostess- Sarah Hyland. She shared, "I will never forget the day I got the call that CBS booked me as the host of Love Island US! I worked so hard to finally get there and it was an actual dream come true to be a part of such an amazing and fun show! The cast, the crew, everyone became like my new family and going to set everyday gave me so much joy ☺️." "I was cast to be the host of CBS’s version of Love Island and we had 3 amazing seasons! Unfortunately, CBS didn’t pick it up for a fourth season. The show is now going to Peacock and it being a different network they are rebranding it completely, including a new narrator and new host. Though I am truly sad that I will no longer be a part of the show, I’m so happy for my friend @sarahhyland you’re gonna kill it! :) To sum this up, I just wanted to come here to let all of you know how much I have loved and appreciated your support over the last 3 seasons of @loveislandusa. I wouldn’t have traded the experience for anything! And to my @cbs and @itvamerica family, thank you for giving me the opportunity of a lifetime. I will never ever forget it. ❤️ So with that being said… my time on Love Island is over. I have 30 minutes to pack my bags and say my goodbyes. "
Arielle isn't the only one who has been replaced by Peacock for season 4. The show's famous narrator- Matthew Hoffman too won't be returning to entertain the audience with his witty and tongue-in-cheek commentary on the show. Hoffman has been replaced by 'LOve Island' UK's narrator Ian Stirling. The synopsis for the new season reads, "The new season will be hotter than ever as the Islanders couple up in a sexy new villa and compete in naughtier games and steamier challenges, with shocking twists and turns along the way. While in the villa, temptations rise and the Islanders must decide if they want to remain with their current partner or “recouple” with someone new. Throughout the season, those who are not coupled up will be at risk of leaving the villa. Viewers watching at home will also have a chance to weigh in on who stays and who goes home." 'Love Island' is produced by ITV Entertainment, an ITV America company. The series is based on a format owned by ITV Studios and Motion Content Group, and distributed by ITV Studios.
'Love Island' Season 4 premieres on July 19, 2022, only on Peacock.
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