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Casa Amor was first introduced to the show's format during season three and it's been a highly anticipated event in the Love Island calendar ever since.
As the boys are shipped off to the new villa where they'll be joined by a whole host of bombshells, the girls will also entertain some new guests back at base.
On Monday night's show, Hugo, Jake, Liam, Teddy, Tyler and Toby will be whisked away to the famous second Villa and fans are sure to be sat on the edge of their seats as they witness heads being inevitably turned.
And for the first time ever, Casa Amor has its own hideaway - saucey.
Meanwhile, Chloe, who friendzoned Hugo on Sunday night's show, is on the lookout for a man, while Millie, Kaz, Liberty, Faye and Abigail are all happily coupled up... for now.
Everybody will be gritting their teeth and holding out all hope that Jiberty's love will survive the challenge after the two became boyfriend and girlfriend in week three.
As fans know, both Love Island villas are located on the east coast of the Balearic island of Majorca.The villa, which is actually available to rent when it's not occupied by Islanders, has been coined 'Casa del Amor' by the ITV show.It's a spanish phrase which translates to 'House of Love' or 'Love House,' with 'casa' being spanish for 'house' or 'home' and 'amor' meaning 'love' in several European languages, including spanish.
There are 12 new bombshells ready to ruffle some feathers this week. They include two boys who have their eyes on fan-favourite Kaz Kamwi and a girl who has her eyes on Jake Cornish, who's just gone official with Liberty.
The new boys are Dale Mehmet, 24, Jack Barlow, 26, Sam Jackson, 23, Harry Young, 24, Medhy Malanda, 24 and Matthew MacNabb, 26.
The new girls are Amy Day, 25, Clarisse Juliette, 23, Lillie Haynes, 22, Salma Naran, 20, Mary Bedford, 22 and Kaila Troy, 28.
Love Island is on weeknights at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub . The episodes are available to stream on BritBox the following morning.
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