Caroline Flack has hinted there could be some "Love Island" bust-ups this year.
The 38-year-old TV presenter, who hosts the ITV2 show, has met up with this year's stars and admitted they are "really likeable ... for now", but has teased fans to "expect the unexpected" with the new crop of beauties.
She said: "It feels like coming home this year. The villa is slightly different, we've got slightly new twists to the format but we haven't changed too much, because I think, don't fix what isn't broken.
"I'm not allowed favourites. They're all like my kind of little brothers and sisters. But it's a good cast, I think they seem really likeable ... for now. But you never know. It's expect the unexpected.
"It's more about the relationships they create. It's not about the individual person going in, it's the love stories we want to see."
Caroline also admitted she wouldn't be surprised if Dani Dyer - the daughter of "EastEnders" actor Danny Dyer - gets up to all sorts in the villa, despite having a famous dad.
When asked if she thinks Dani will be toning down any potentially naughty antics, she said: "I don't know. You get carried away sometimes don't you, when you fall in love? Especially when you're on holiday in the moment, with the sun.
"I mean, I can't confirm or deny that she will. You don't know what's going to happen once you hit the villa. It's up to her really, isn't it? It's her decision."
The former "X Factor" host is pleased Danny is supporting his daughter and would love him to appear on the show's spin-off "Aftersun".
As well as a new crop of love-seeking wannabes, this year's show will feature a rule change in the shape of a villa smoking ban, and Caroline is pleased show bosses have introduced the rule.
Speaking on "Lorraine", she added: "The only rule change we've got, is the fact that there's no smoking in the villa. If they want to smoke they'll have to come outside on their own to an area.
"We don't want to make it like a social thing, because they all gather together and then you start smoking, we don't want that on TV anyway, it's not nice. So there's no smoking in the villa.
"I'm pleased with that decision."