LOVE Island will have the Casa Amor spin-off house for season 8.
The Sun revealed that the iconic second home is back and ready to create more drama than ever before.
What does Casa Amor mean?
Casa Amor means Casa do Amor in Spanish.
The name was chosen because Love Island is filmed in Majorca, Spain.
The second villa was introduced to the show in its third series in 2017.
It has certainly added some unmissable spice and drama to the show over the years.
What is Casa Amor on Ilha do Amor?
It has been at the epicenter of some of the most explosive scenes on the juggernaut show in previous years.
The producers take half of the contestants to a rival village, where they are introduced to a new set of islanders, in hopes that they will stray.
Casa Amor is the ultimate test for Love Island couples as viewers discover whether the contestants will choose to stay or walk away.
The Sun has revealed how the controversial second villa will be featured on July 4, 2022.
Usually, the guys are sent to a separate luxury hideout, which is then filled with six new single entrants.
Meanwhile, the girls stay in the main village to see if the new boys turn their heads.
Casa Amor usually lasts about three to four days – which is enough time for islanders to ditch their previous boyfriend and fall in love with someone new.
In 2018, Ofcom received over 2,500 complaints about scenes in which eventual winner Dani Dyer saw video footage of boyfriend Jack Fincham showing up to cheat on her with an ex placed at Casa Amor.
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How can I watch Love Island 2022?
Love Island can be watched live on ITV2 and the ITV Hub.
A new episode airs every night at 9pm Sunday through Friday.
On Saturday nights, there will be a highlights episode, which will also feature never-before-seen footage of the village.
And on Sundays, Laura Whitmore will host Aftersun with an expert panel after the main show airs.