Love Island’s rival villa Casa Amor is set to return next week in explosive scenes that will rock the villa and lead to some islanders questioning whether they’re happy in their current couples.
Twelve new singletons will be flown out to Majorca to shake up the ITV dating show and put this year’s couples to the test.
All of the male islanders will be moved into the rival villa joining a host of girls who are all looking for love.
Meanwhile the girl islanders will be joined in the main villa by a bunch of eligible bachelors who will be hoping to impress the girl contestants for their chance to stay on the show.
Danny Williams and Yewande Biala have been on rocky ground recently after the scientist admitted she struggles to express her true feelings.
Will spending time away from each other tear them apart or bring them closer together?
Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, who are one of the strongest couples in the villa, will also be put to the test as they are pulled apart for the first time.
Meanwhile the return of Casa Amor gives singletons Maura Higgins and Lucie Donlan the perfect opportunity to get know a host of new boys.
Unlucky in love Anton Danyluk will also get the chance to find a connection with the stunning newcomers.
Love Island boss Angelia Jain told The Sun: “What we do in terms