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Love Island villa ‘bled’ as bosses ‘look for new location’ for film

The iconic Love Island villa may be no more, according to reports.

The house was the location of the hit ITV show for a few years, but show bosses are now said to be looking for a new spot, to ‘enhance the show’.

A source told The Sun: “ITV bosses think now is a good time to refresh this element of the show, just like they did in the third series in 2017.

“The bosses are aware that this is also an opportunity to think about all the new elements they could introduce to make the show even more enjoyable.”



Iconic Love Island villa may be no more, according to reports

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“For Love Island fans this is huge news and they will be eager to see what the new villa looks like and how much of a game changer it could be.

It is thought the venue for the show could move to “the foothills of the mountains, by a lake or on the coast”, but it will remain on the Spanish island of Mallorca.

The new property will still have a fire pit and a swimming pool.

An ITV spokesperson said OKAY! they had “nothing to add”, in response to the reports.



Brett and Priya found themselves dumped from the villa after being voted least compatible by viewers
The new property will still have a fire pit and a swimming pool

During Love Island last year, a YouTube prankster became the first person to successfully break into the villa.

Omar Majid was spotted in the villa’s garden by bouncers overnight and even walked into the house, being seen wandering the hallway of the house on an Instagram live.

He filmed himself on the social media platform crawling around part of the villa until he was seen under fluorescent lighting.

A voice is then heard saying “you are an intrusion” before Omar is dragged outside.



Love Island was full of drama on Sunday night after Jake Cornish broke into the villa
During Love Island last year, a YouTube prankster became the first person to successfully break into the villa

A Love Island spokesperson said at the time: “Last night a security breach was identified and an intruder was evicted from the Villa with immediate effect.

“The safety of our islanders and our production team remains our primary concern.

“As part of our strict COVID safety measures, the area of ​​the Villa that was overrun was fully deep-cleaned before being accessible again to islanders and crew.”

The show has seen a number of successful couples form, including Olivia and Alex Bowen, and Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.

And TV star Davina McCall recently shared that she would let her kids be on the show.



Teddy and Faye seem to have grown stronger after leaving the Love Island villa
The show has seen a number of successful couples form

The star is mother to daughters Holly, 20, and Tilly, 18, and son Chester, 15.

She told The Sun: “I would say, ‘Fill your boots, but think about it – let’s talk about the pros and cons.

“They can decide because they would be over 18 and after that you can only really guide them. If they ask my opinion I feel lucky because I must have done something right if they always value my opinion.

“I give my kids a lot of freedom, but they tend not to use it.”

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