Former Love Island contestant Samira Mighty has opened up about a possible return to the villa.
"I'm single, [so] if they did an 'All Stars' version, I would definitely return," she said of a potential comeback.
"I would go back if bosses asked me. I think it would be hilarious."
Samira then said that she's unsure which of the male Islanders would return for a hypothetical 'All Stars' edition of Love Island. However, she noted that she wouldn't want Love Island veteran Adam Collard, whom she starred alongside in 2018, to return.
"He's my friend, but I don't want to see Adam Collard go back for a third time round," Samira said with a laugh.
Samira later told The Sun that she now knows "exactly" what she wants in a romantic partner.
"I was so young when I first did [Love Island]. I was 22, and now I’m 27 and know exactly what I want," she said.
"I give people chances, but gosh, these guys aren't doing it for me. I like to be comedy all the time. I want someone who's kind, nice, and funny — because the guys I’ve been dating are dead boring."
When asked if she had a favourite Islander in the 2023 villa, Samira said that she likes farmer Will because of his "big personality".
She added: "I feel like when you watch Love Island, you want to see really big personalities and people [who] are fun and actually enjoying it — and people who are not there just for the chats and overdone sayings."
Love Island airs nightly on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.