Love Island’s Casa Amor twist for 2021 has been teased by ITV2 and a line-up of new arrivals are getting ready to ruffle feathers.
Twelve new bombshells, six girls and six boys, will be hoping to tempt the contestants away from their current relationships in the show’s ultimate test.
For those who haven’t watched the series before, Casa Amor is a twist that sees the islanders torn apart and put into separate villas.
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Once there they will meet new bombshells and will have to decide whether to stick with their current partner or couple up with a new one.
In a preview for this year’s Casa Amor, Love Island host Laura Whitmore offered a first look at what viewers can expect on Love Island: Aftersun and revealed it has its very own Hideaway.
She said: “A brand new villa is complete. It’s a new location for the new temptation. And, for the first time ever, with its very own Hideaway.
“Get ready for Casa Amor!”
Love Island’s Casa Amor villa features one major change for 2021
According to The Mirror, the Casa Amor is similarly decorated to the original villa and features pink neon signs, daybeds, a fire pit and huge pool.
Given a look at the outside of the villa, its white sandstone walls are decorated with festoon lights and the kitchen and lounge area are located on the upper level.
Laura previously teased that this year’s Casa Amor would “throw a spanner in the works”.
“I change my mind every day, every day, it’s ridiculous,” she said when asked who her favourite couple was so far during an Instagram Q&A.
“Also, Casa Amor hasn’t happened yet, and that throws a massive spanner in the works, it’ll all change,” Laura teased.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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