Is this the new Love Island Australia villa in Fiji?

() Outdoor bar, overlooking the ocean and beds very close together: Is this the Fijian villa Love Island Australia's season two stars will soon be calling home? As Sophie Monk returns to the raunchy reality show as host

By Joshua Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:23 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 02:23 BST, 2 September 2019

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Love Island Australia is set to return to screens very soon with its second season. 

And the raunchy reality show, which will jump from 9Go to Channel Nine, is believed to be swapping last year's Spanish villa for one in Fiji this time around. 

And with Love Island USA having recently wrapped its first season on the tropical island, it is possible the Australian version may share the same mansion. 

Outdoor bar, overlooking the ocean and beds very close together: Will Love Island Australia's second season film in the same Fijian villa used by Love Island USA? Pictured: Sophie Monk

Outdoor bar, overlooking the ocean and beds very close together: Will Love Island Australia's second season film in the same Fijian villa used by Love Island USA? Pictured: Sophie Monk

Although this is yet to be confirmed, as the American stars' villa is now empty and already equipped with hundreds of cameras, it is plausible.

Both shows are also produced by ITV Studios, suggesting they may even use the same crew in Fiji, who are already familiar with that specific site.   

The colourful Love Island USA villa features 3,000 locally sourced Fijian plants in the gardens and over a mile of neon lights to create a romantic glow.

Is this the new villa? The raunchy reality show, which will jump from 9Go to Channel Nine, is believed to be swapping last year's Spanish villa for one in Fiji for season two

Is this the new villa? The raunchy reality show, which will jump from 9Go to Channel Nine, is believed to be swapping last year's Spanish villa for one in Fiji for season two

Would be easy! And with Love Island USA having recently wrapped its first season on the tropical island, it is possible the Australian version may share the same mansion (pictured)

Would be easy! And with Love Island USA having recently wrapped its first season on the tropical island, it is possible the Australian version may share the same mansion (pictured)

It also boasts a large pool, bar and massive outdoor area which overlooks the ocean. 

Host Sophie Monk confirmed on Sunday, in the first promotional video for

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