CASA Amor returns to Love Island – and should provide a dramatic spin on the islanders already featured in the series.
Here’s everything you need to know about Love Island’s second villa, Casa Amor.
What is Casa Amor?
Casa Amor, which means Love House in Spanish, is the second of the luxury cushions to feature on the hit ITV show and is different from the Casa Amor villa used in previous series.
Twelve new lovers, including a racing driver and an international DJ, will enter the brand new Casa Amor which has its own swimming pool and for the first time, its own refuge.
Existing islanders will be torn apart and split into two villas, with half the group entering Casa Amor where they will have to decide whether to stay with their partners – or twist and join a new singleton.
Fans will be delighted that Casa Amor is back for another episode after the second villa was dropped from the American and South African spin-offs of the series.
Speaking on Love Island: Aftersun, host Laura Whitmore said: “A brand new villa is complete. It’s a new location for new temptation.
“Get ready for Casa Amor!”
How long does Casa Amor last?
In the show’s previous series, Casa Amor has lasted between three and four days – which is just enough time for relationships to break down and new ones to form.
The exact length of Casa Amor this year has yet to be announced, but if previous years are any indication, all the Second Villa drama will unfold towards the end of this week.
Where is the villa Love Island Casa Amor located?
The exact location of the new Casa Amor building has been kept secret by the producers, but should be located not far from the existing villa.
The main villa is located in Mallorca in the Balearic Islands off mainland Spain, in Sant Llorenc des Cardassar to the east of the sun drenched island.
Competitors in the main villa and Casa Amor can expect temperatures comfortably above 30 degrees this time of year.
What happened to Casa Amor in Love Island from the last edition?
The introduction of Casa Amor in previous series has provided the series with some of its most iconic and dramatic scenes as the contestants decide whether or not to team up with a new partner.
In last year’s series, jaws dropped when Callum Jones ditched Shaughna Phillips for Molly Smith, leaving fans furious with the former scaffolder.
In 2018 Casa Amor threw a spade among the pigeons when Josh Denzel opted to mate with debutant Kaz Crossley before staying with original partner Georgia Steel.
And in 2019, Anna Vakili dumped Jordan Hames to meet newcomer Ovie Soko who had arrived at Casa Amor with the aim of stealing one of the girls from their partner.