2 Virginia natives to participate in CBS reality show 'Love Island'

Posted at 4:41 PM, Aug 21, 2020

Two Virginians, one from Winchester and one from Chesapeake, will embark on a summer of love on the second season of CBS' reality show "Love Island."

James McCool, 27, is a Winchester native and personal trainer, while Johnny Middlebrooks, 22, is a Chesapeake native and student.

The two will join nine other singles looking for love when the show premieres Monday, August 24.

"After months spent in isolation and virtual dating, Islanders will finally have the opportunity to date and get to know each other IRL (in real life) while shooting in Las Vegas, sequestered in a 'bubble' at a stunning villa on top of Ceasars Entertainment’s boutique hotel, The Cromwell," CBS said in a release.

To learn more about the show and the other contestants, click here.