What does Casa Amor mean?
LOVE Island WILL feature spin-off villa Casa Amor this series, despite fans’ concerns it had been axed.
The Sun revealed the iconic second house is to be used in the ITV2 show, but will be in a new location.
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What does Casa Amor mean?
Although a new building will be introduced in 2021, it will still be called Casa Amor which means Love House in Spanish.
Fans had feared the dreaded second villa would be axed for the upcoming series.
This came after it was excluded from the US and South African versions of the show.
The second villa of Casa Amor was introduced to the show in its third series in 2017 and it has certainly added some spice and unmissable drama to the show over the years.
What is Casa Amor in Love Island?
It has been at the epicentre of some of the juggernaut programme’s most explosive scenes in previous years.
It sees producers take half of the contestants to a rival villa where they are introduced a whole new set of Islanders, in the hope they will stray.
Casa Amor is the ultimate test for the Love Island couples as viewers discover whether the contestants will choose to stay or stray.
In 2020, viewers were shocked to see Callum ditch Shaughna as she uttered the immortal line: "Congrats hun."
The controversial challenge usually pops up about midway through each series of Love Island.
It sees the lads shipped off to a separate luxury bolthole, which is then filled with six new single female contestants.
Meanwhile, the girls stay in the main villa to see if they have their heads turned by new boys.
Casa Amor 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.
In 2018, 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.
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Can you stay in Casa Amor?
As we are yet to know the new location, we can't let you know of you can stay there.
It should be situated quite close to the main villa, which is located on the Spanish Balearic Island of Majorca (Mallorca), in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the East of the Island.
You can rent the villa, but it will cost around £3000 for a week's stay.
When is Love Island on TV?
Love Island will start on Monday, June 28, 2021 at 9pm.
The show usually runs from the beginning of June for eight weeks until August.
However, due to the coronavirus pandemic it is due to start and end a little later than usual.
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