Love Island’s “Casa Amor’s return date revealed-and it’s set to tear the couple apart with the most explosive twist ever.”
This is the ultimate relationship test and has been proven to destroy villas seasonally.
And Casa Amor is reportedly scheduled to return to Love Island on July 4th. This season’s couple will be torn again while the boy and girl are separated.
By no means without a drama, the challenge is set to be “the most explosive ever”. That’s because I’ll be back for five consecutive seasons.
Came back!Love Island is “set to tear the couple with the most explosive Casa Amor ever”-the ultimate relationship test is back, “only a week away”
According to The Sun, Casa Amor is back on July 4, and show insiders tell the publication:
“This year’s Casa Amor promises to be the most explosive ever, thanks to some seriously burning characters that have already shown that they can turn their heads,” they continued. rice field.
However, insiders added, noting that it is subject to change. “The insider added:” Everything is in place, but the date is subject to last-minute changes if the boss decides he can launch the drama earlier or later. ”
A representative of Love Island told MailOnline that this was “pure speculation.”
The drama is on the way: without the drama, the challenge is set to be “the most explosive ever”. That’s because I’ll be back for five consecutive seasons.
Split: During the Casa Amor period, boys and girls will be split into different villas. One group stays in the original villa and the other group moves the “holiday” to the new “casa”.
However, fans seem happy with the news, as this feature has proven to be popular with viewers.
Some people are already using Twitter to share their excitement. This is described as an “absolute genocide.”
One person wrote:
During the period of Casa Amor, boys and girls are divided into different villas. One group stays in the original villa and the other group takes the “holiday” to the new “Casa”.
Excited? Love Island fans have already shared their excitement on Twitter, describing it as an “absolute genocide.”
And since five new girls and boys are welcomed to the show, the time gap isn’t without temptation-whether distance makes the mind more fond of it, or whether new arrivals can change their minds. Test
Casa Amor has a long history of breaking up strong couples, including former contestants such as Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, Amber Gil and Michael Griffiths, Georgia Steel and Josh Denzel.
But that may not be all bad news for the islanders, as the couple bounced off the turmoil of Casa Amor last season on the show.
The winners Millie Court and Liamriadon split after the challenge after Liam turned his head while he was away, but eventually the pair came back together.
Love Island continues on ITV2 at 9pm.
New Arrivals: Time gaps aren’t without temptation, as five new girls and boys are welcomed to the show-testing if distance makes you more fond of your mind, or if new arrivals can change your mind. To do
Challenge: Which couple will survive the test and which will turn their heads?