The docuseries is set feature interviews with former Islanders from across the ITV2 reality programme’s eight seasons.
It was reported earlier in the month that ex-contestants will dish the dirt about their time in the villa, as well as reveal what happens once the show ends.
While no names have been confirmed, a source shared that Maura and Olivia have been asked to star in the expose’.
An insider explained: ‘Channel 4 approached our agency looking to sign up people who went back to their normal jobs after the show but also the names that became rich and famous. Maura Higgins has been asked and Olivia Attwood too.’
They also explained to The Sun that while the reality icons were surprising additions, they suggested that Maura and Olivia could be sharing their success stories since post Love Island.
Not much is known about the premiere date, however reports suggest that the show is likely to air before Love Island’s winter series begins.
Olivia recently fronted her own show titled on ITV2 titled Getting Filthy Rich, which saw the influencer investigating sugar babies, cam girls, amateur porn stars and OnlyFans creators, who make thousands every month from their loyal subscribers.
Before the show landed, ITV2 boss Paul Mortimer tipped the star to become the new Stacey Dooley as she develops her presenting career, having previously appeared in her own reality show, Olivia Meets Her Match.
Meanwhile former season five bombshell Maura has become a household name following her stint and is currently tipped to host the highly-anticipated Big Brother reboot.
And if that wasn’t enough devoted superfans voted for the Irish beauty to host the next season of Love Island after Laura Whitmore recently confirmed her departure.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Maura Higgins and Olivia Attwood’s reps for comment.
Love Island is available to stream on ITV Hub.
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