Love Island set to undergo major Casa Amor shake-up in ITV show first



Love Island fans have only been treated to one winter series of the hit dating show before but 2023 promises to deliver a second. While ITV viewers will undoubtedly tune in to see who will follow in Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu’s footsteps, the change of location from Spain to South Africa isn’t the only shake-up fans can expect.

The winter series of Love Island will reportedly include a huge shake-up to its Casa Amor twist.

Casa Amor regularly becomes a hotly-anticipated occurrence during each season of Love Island as the participants’ romances are put to the ultimate test.

In it, the boys and girls are split as a new group of sexy singletons enter the fray to try and earn themselves a spot in the main villa by forging new relationships.

There have been a number of memorable splits and recouplings as a result over the years, including Josh Denzel and Kaz Crossley as well as Faye Winter ditching Teddy Soares.

READ MORE: Escape to the Chateau’s Dick Strawbridge ‘told’ to leave Angel behind

Normally, Casa Amor is located miles away from the main villa, meaning the two camps can act in complete isolation from one another.

The winter series looks set to buck this trend as Casa Amor will be located right next door.

This means the boys and girls will be able to hear any partying or any other goings-on from their neighbours.

Speaking of the change, a source said: “Casa Amor’s inhabitants have always been able to relax in the knowledge that the people they’re coupled up with are miles away.

While Billy, Deji, George, Jack, Josh and Samuel were the six new boys hoping to turn the girls’ heads in Casa Amor.

And it resulted in a number of shock recouplings with only three of the couples staying with their original partners.

In a surprise twist, Andrew picked Coco while Dami opted for Summer over his partner Indiyah.

Indiyah followed suit, however, choosing to couple up with new boy, Deji.