It looks like "Love Island" couple Raymond Gantt and Caroline “Caro” Viehweg are returning to reality television with an appearance on another CBS show -- "The Amazing Race."

"The Amazing Race" is filming Season 33 and, though they haven't released the cast information, Ray and Caro are reportedly one of the participating teams. The couple was recently spotted at a New York airport with a camera crew close by.

Ray and Caro were introduced to audiences when they appeared on the first season of CBS' "Love Island," which aired during summer 2019. The U.S. version of the U.K phenomenon of the same name gave contestants, referred to as "Islanders," a chance to find love and win a cash grand prize.

The duo didn't end up winning the cash but they did walk away with each other and are one of the only couples to have stayed together since. The Season 1 finale ended with five happy couples -- Ray and Caro, winners Elizabeth Weber and Zac Mirabelli, Weston Richey and Emily Salch, Alexandra Stewart and Dylan Curry, and Kyra Green and Cashel Barnett -- but has since seen a few splits.

Currently, only three of those couples are still together, although it was down to only two remaining couples for about a month when Kyra and Cashel temporarily called it quits. "Love Island" winners Elizabeth and Zac and Alex and Dylan both split up following the show.

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"Love Island" 2019 cast members Dylan Curry, Alexandra Stewart, Ray Gantt, Caroline "Caro" Viehweg, Weston Richey, Emily Salch, Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber are pictured. CBS Entertainment

Underdogs Emily and Weston made it a lot further than fans would have guessed given that they formed their relationship so late in the season. For a moment, some thought that they fell victim to the same fate as some of their fellow Islander couples but Emily confirmed that they are stronger than ever in an Instagram post on Jan. 9.

"It’s crazy to think that Weston and I got so much hate and doubt from America on the show. Our journey was not easy or perfect but since day one we have been 100% genuine with each other, have communicated with love and respect, truly listened to one another, and have had each other’s backs when times were rough," she wrote.

"It’s because of those things that we have made it so far in the real world. We may not have been the winners of Love Island, but we are winners in life," she continued. "I wouldn’t trade our experience for anything and I’m excited to continue tackling life w you."

"Love Island" has been renewed for Season 2 and will introduce viewers to a new batch of singles looking for love. Want to be a part of the next group of hopefuls? Apply while there is still time.

"Love Island" Season 2 returns with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, May 21 at 8 p.m. EST.

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Pictured: "Love Island" contestants Raymond Gantt (left) and Caroline "Caro" Viehweg (right). "Love Island" couple Ray and Caro are reportedly making an appearance on CBS' "The Amazing Race" 33. Colin Young-Wolff/CBS Entertainment