Love Island USA 2020: Season 2 current cast of contestants and results
The Love Island USA contestants are right now quarantined on top of a Las Vegas rooftop as they look for love. Love Island USA’s Season 2 is right now broadcasting on ITV2.
With shocks and even a Casa Amor twist guaranteed in the series, we can hardly wait to perceive how this one unfolds.
Set in Las Vegas during the current year, the singletons will be sequestered in a “bubble” at a shocking villa on top of Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel, The Cromwell.
Arielle Vandenberg hosts with voice over from Matthew Hoffman as a newcast set out on a mid-year of likely sentiment in one of the most famous cities in the world.
Playing the definitive game of love, the US Islanders will become acquainted with one another in the expectation of finding ‘the one’. In any case, as new bombshells show up on the ‘Island’, which couples will stand the test of time and make it right to the final, and get an opportunity of stowing the $50,000 cash prize?
Here’s a recap of the current cast of Love Island USA 2020 contestants and who’s left up until now…
Here’s all that you need to know about Love Island USA season 2.
How to watch Love Island USA season 2
You can stay up with the latest with Love Island USA season 2 on ITV2, every night at 9 pm.
You can likewise watch episodes online using ITV Hub.
However, be cautious, as a fast foray on the internet will provide you with epic spoilers as the series is right now being recorded in America.
Who is the host of Love Island USA season 2?
Arielle Vandenberg presents Love Island USA. The 33-year-old is an American actress and model however she’s most popular for her Love Island gig. She began her career in 2006 with a role in CSI and CSI: Miami, before proceeding onward to comedy-drama Greek.
Fanatics of Arctic Monkeys may review her face from someplace, as well – she was in the music video for R U Mine? at the point when she was dating frontman Alex Turner.
Where is Love Island USA season 2 filmed?
Love Island USA season two is filmed in Las Vegas, at the top of Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel, The Cromwell.
The 25,000 sq.ft. the rooftop villa is normally home to Drai’s Beach Club and nightclub which is often home to any semblance of Migos, Ty Dollar $ign, and Snoop Dogg.
Production designer Richard Jensen transformed the Love Island USA filming location into an or more villa complete with a pool, mystery jacuzzi, two dressing rooms, a gym, a huge bedroom, a kitchen, and of course, a firepit.
Love Island USA 2020 cast and results
Cely Vazquez – 24-year-old from Sacramento, California
Justine Ndiba – 27-year-old from Rockaway, New Jersey
Kierstan Saulter – 23-year-old from Austin, Texas
Mackenzie Dipman – 24-year-old from Scottsdale, Arizona
Moira Tumas – 28-year-old from Brielle, New Jersey
Rachel Lundell – 21-year-old from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Eliminated on Day 5: Kaitlynn Anderson – 27-year-old from Lapeer, Michigan
Caleb Corprew – 24-year-old from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Calvin Cobb – 25-year-old from Houston, Texas
Carrington Rodriguez – 23-year-old from Salt Lake City, Utah
Connor Trott – 23-year-old from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Johnny Middlebrooks – 22-year-old from Chesapeake, Virginia
Tre Forte – 25-year-old from Boca Raton, Florida
Eliminated on Day 9: James McCool – 27-year-old from Winchester, Virginia
Eliminated on Day 9: Jeremiah White – 22-year-old from De Kalb, Mississippi
What do the Love Island USA contestants win?
The winning couple in Love Island USA contestants gets $100,000 to share between them – which compares to generally £76,000 at the current exchange rate.
This makes the US version a decent piece more worthwhile than the UK show, with just £50,000 on offer for the winners here.
Anyway, there is a trick: likewise, with the UK version, the winning couple needs to settle on the decision whether to share the pot.
It’s improbable that having endured the competition right to its climax the winning couple would turn on one another and choose not to share it.
What’s more, surely in a year ago’s the first season of Love Island USA, the winning couple Elizabeth Weber and Zac Mirabell didn’t hesitate before deciding to split the cash.