Love Island girls will be ripped apart from boys in epic Casa Amor twist

The Love Island GIRLS will be heading to Casa Amor this year as part of an epic twist.

The infamous second villa, which is rumoured to be coming back this week, usually plays host to the boys.

However, this time round the ladies will be heading on tour while the boys stay in the main villa.

And to make things even better, a whopping 12 new Islanders will be jetting off to Majorca as part of the massive shake-up

All of the couples will be tested to the limit as they are forced to decide whether to stick or twist.


A source told The Sun : “In an epic plot twist the female Islanders will head to Casa Amor while the boys stay put at the main villa.

“The finer details are still being discussed with producers but the plan is for all the Islanders to leave the main villa in four Land Rovers.

“The girls will travel to Casa Amor but the boys will be redirected back to the villa.”


In previous years, the boys have snuck off early in the morning to the second villa without being able to say goodbye.

They then get acquainted with their new surroundinga – and in 2016 they loved having a swing bed nicknamed the 'dusting bench'.

They are swiftly join by a host of lovely new single girls, who try to pry them away from the original ladies.

This time it will be the girls heading off to Casa Amor, where they will be joined by some hunky new men.

But it's not all bad news for the lads, as a host of new single girls will be entering the main villa.

Love Island host Caroline Flack has already teased that the next few days will play a part in "drama week".

The presenter has revealed that all of the couples will be tested to their limits as relationships come under scrutiny.

Speaking on Monday;s Love Island: The Morning After podcast, Caroline explained that the Isalnders will be forced to make monumental decisions.

She told podcast hosts Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay: "[This] week is gonna be drama week… Drama for me is just the testing of the relationship, so it is good to see. That's the whole point is just testing the relationships.

"So when I say drama I don't mean screaming and shouting and arguing and that kind of stuff, it's the decisions they [the Islanders] have to make, I like all that."


Things got very awkward last year when Jack Fincham's ex-girlfriend Ellie Jones turned up at Casa Amor.

Dani Dyer was left in tears when she saw pictures of her boyfriend cosying up to his ex.

And Georgia Steel got a shock when she stayed loyal to Josh Denzel , but he returned to the main villa with newbie Kaz Crossley.


It remains to be seen whether heads will turn in Casa Amor this year.

Which couples will stay loyal when seperated.

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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