Love Island's Casa Amor IS returning – and will tear apart couples with shock twist | The Sun

IT is the most dramatic part of any Love Island series that determines whether a couple is for keeps or for quits.

And The Sun can reveal that in just a matter of weeks there will be a HUGE twist in the Love Island villa as Casa Amor WILL return to seriously shake up the show. 


A show insider said: “Casa Amor is back and it is better and bigger than ever.

“Producers will wait until everyone starts to get a little too comfortable before they throw a spanner in the works.

“It’s still only early days but a number of Islanders have already shown how easily their heads can be turned, so everyone is excited that this could be the best Casa Amor yet.”

Fans had feared the segment of the show might be axed after they left the old villa and found a new location for the show.

The Sun told earlier today that hunky male model Zach Hartman has pulled out of the show at the last minute.

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He was expected to appear during the iconic Casa Amor episodes and bosses are now scrambling to replace him.

The source added: “Zach was going to be a great addition to the show, so the casting crew are working round the clock to find some to replace him.

“They have been on a mission to find people that will turn heads and add some real spice into the mix.”

Casa Amor has been at the epicentre of some of the juggernaut programme’s most explosive scenes in previous years.

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It sees producers take half of the contestants to a rival villa where they introduce a whole new set of Islanders, in the hope they will stray.

It usually lasts for around three to four days – which is enough time for Islanders to ditch their previous beau and crack on with someone new.

One notable incident was in 2018, when Ofcom received more than 2,500 complaints over scenes where eventual winner Dani Dyer was shown video footage of boyfriend Jack Fincham appearing to cheat on her with an ex put in Casa Amor.

In 2020, viewers were shocked to see Callum ditch Shaughna as she uttered the immortal line: "Congrats hun."

Last series Liam snogged Lillie behind Millie’s back and the truth came out in a very dramatic recoupling.

The Sun have approached Love Island for comment.


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