The Love Island 2019 villa is finally ready, and the only thing it's missing is a bunch of singletons looking for love.

The ITV2 show's official Instagram account shared pictures of the newly revamped house on Saturday ahead of its return on Monday night.

Sporting a whole new look is the bedroom, which has neon yellow and blue beds and pictures of heart-shaped rubber rings on the walls.

As usual all the beds are in the one room, meaning the contestants will have to go to the hideaway for privacy when things heat up.

New furniture, beach balls and bean bags adorn the garden, with the swimming pool looking just as inviting as the last one.

The makeup room, which isn't likely to stay pristine for long, has been given new dressing tables and quirky circular stalls.

The Islanders will once again gather around the firepit for those tense coupling up sessions, which looks much the same this year.

Pictures of the villa released while it was sill under construction suggest it will be the sexiest one yet .

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Stars will get to splash around in the brand new hot tub, which has been carefully placed away from the main seating area for more privacy.

A new swimming pool and gym have also been installed in the outdoor space, so each of the Islanders can work on their buff bodies.

Love Island's line-up includes everyone from a hunky firefighter to a sexy surfer chic and a very glamorous scientist.

On Monday fans will get to see them arrive at the villa and choose who they want to couple up with.

Caroline Flack has revealed that the villa features a few new additions to sex up the show .

She teased that the hot tub will be the scene for more action and the hideaway is hiding secrets of its own.

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