Love Island Australia is just a few sleeps away!
And before we tune in for the premiere on 9Go on Sunday, May 27th at 8:30pm, we have a very important question.
We've met the first wave of sexy singles, stalked them on Instagram and caught up with host Sophie Monk.
But now we really have to know...
Just like the British series, Love Island Australia is being filmed in Mallorca, Spain.
The party island is best known for its vibrant nightlight, stunning beaches and balmy weather during the European summer.
Although production will never unveil the exact location of the villa, much like the Big Brother house the show's accommodation will be fitted out with an intricate system of cameras so we never miss a moment of the action!
Check out a sample of what villa life looked like on the UK series below. We're expecting something very similar for the Aussie version!
The Spanish mansion will no doubt boast a luxurious infinity pool so we can see all those banging bodies on full display.
But don't expect the show's host Sophie Monk to be picking up the native tongue any time soon.
"I can barely speak English!' the blonde joked.
"I know that there is an app you can use," Soph has joked of trying to learn Spanish.
However, the 38-year-old guarantees she'll be "on the other side sipping cocktails."
For fans wanting to recreate their own Love Island experience, the best time to visit Mallorca is during peak season from June to September.
If you want to smooch a dreamy babe from Europe, that's when it's packed with tourists looking for a good time and the summer sun is pumping.
If crowds aren't your thing, March through to May still has warm temperatures and less foot traffic.
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