The presenter saunters back to the villa on a weekly basis, dubbed 'the Flack attack', to watch over more Recouplings which see the contestants either choose to stick with their current partner or swap for someone different.Alongside Caroline, voiceover king Iain Stirling has become a cult star for his tongue-in-cheeks quips and commentary, all presented in his Scottish drawl.

Hosted by former Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack, the reality series sees a group of singletons, (requirements include a penchant for tanning, a bikini body and a job that allows for a summer off), move into a plush Mallorca villa.

Leading lady: Hosted by former Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack, the reality series sees a group of singletons, (requirements include a penchant for tanning, a bikini body and a job that allows for a summer off), move into a plush Mallorca villa Caroline presides over the first Coupling, which this year saw the girls choose which boy they wanted to pair up with, and importantly share a bed with in the communal bedroom.

The real draw of the show though is the contestants and their bed-hopping antics.

Moving at warp speed, the islanders fall in and out 'love' within days if not hours of meeting, and the show is infamous for its after dark sex sessions, which all take place in the shared dorm room.

There's plenty of twists and turns to shake up the format, with new girls and boys making surprise entries into the villa, and audience and contestant votes decide who should be 'dumped' from the island.

The winning couple is decided by a public vote at the close of the summer-long series, with a £50,000 prize pot thrown in.The antics of Hertfordshire housemates used to draw in the viewers, but this summer a Mallorca villa and its bikini-clad lodgers have dominated the TV habits of a nation.ITV2's Love Island has become the surprise TV hit of the summer, crushing the ratings when it airs nightly at 9pm and even captivating the likes of the British Lions rugby squad and Liam Gallagher.New arrivals enter the villa throughout the series to test loyalties and shake up the couplings.Viewers vote on their favourite couples, with the unlucky pairs 'dumped' from the island.And the randy islanders, who all reportedly undergo STI tests in casting, can't always save the hanky panky for the night vision cameras.