When the couple was on the show, their co-stars believed Amelia’s feelings for Josh weren’t real, however, their beliefs have since changed.
"I think Josh and Amelia will really last," fellow contestant Tayla told a local Australian publication this year.
"I think at first everyone had their doubts, but Amelia really is such a sweetheart and I see a proper connection between these two and I really think it will last."
The winning contestant famously dumped Grant just two weeks after the show ended, following revelations that he had a secret girlfriend.
Love Island sees it’s ‘beautiful’ contestants living in isolation from the rest of the world over a number of weeks, so it’s no surprise that emotions become heightened and romances (however temporary) are ignited.
TV Blackbox confirmed the new season will premiere on Monday, October 7 at 8.45 pm on Nine.
Former Bachelorette Sophie Monk will be hosting, and Irish comic Eoghan McDermott will be narrating.
Sophie Monk shared two new trailers on her Instagram page. The first shows the blonde beauty sitting on a cloud and chatting to the Gold of Love – voiced by Eoghan – who says “we’ve got a big problem with love. There’s just not enough. Dating apps aren’t working… we need more love.”
“It’s all taken care of,” Sophie responds. “I’ve got the perfect place for falling in love. It’s an island… a love island.”
“God of Love, you can count on me,” she adds as she takes on the task of finding “loads of hot bodies” to join the island.
In the second teaser, Sophie plays the role of cupid as she sits in a support group for “beautiful people” looking for love.
"I try to wear clothes, it just doesn't feel right,” says one shirtless hunk.
Another shares his own woes, "I know I am an 11 but to find another 11, we're like unicorns."
"I get 50,000 likes but all I really want is love," another says.
Sophie then tells them “Beautiful people, I feel your pain and I am here to find you, love. Imagine an island with beautiful people.”
While the network is yet to reveal the cast, Dr Sam Hay's wife— who's a producer on Love Island Australia— told KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O show that they're "Twice as good as last year. [That’s] mostly [based on] looks, because they haven’t actually sort of really sat down and had a chat with them." Some interesting characters seem to be coming through, too.”