This week brought islander fans the revival of Casa Amor but now that the infamous twist has played its part in the series, what’s to become of the villa? Check out the video to find out more!
Love Island, the nation’s most-watched reality TV show, sees a group of young, attractive singletons compete on screen to find a love that seems genuine enough for viewers to vote them to win the £50,000 prize fund.
Casa Amor is the “shock” twist which occurs approximately mid-way through every series in order to test the couples to the limit. The exercise s supposed to somewhat imitate the trials that couples face on the outside world, such as coping with distance apart, insecurities and temptation.
This year saw the two most established coupled of the series crash and burn and both boys, Curtis Pritchard and Michael Griffiths, caught a case of the wandering eye during the three days away from their girls.
But the rival villa has undergone some vast changes since the islanders’ departure. Producers have taken home their colourful, action-inducing beanbags and all that remains are the plush outdoor sofas and loungers.
It comes equipped with a designer kitchen and a gas flame fire. The villa hosts four bedrooms, meaning it is likely that ITV2 bosses had repurposed a room to give the girls their dressing room and gossip space.
Check out the video to see how you can get into the newly available abode!
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