When is Casa Amor 2022? Start date of Love Island twist, what is it, when will it happen, and when does it end
The islanders are set for their biggest relationship test to date with the return of the second Love Island villa, Casa Amor
But for those who haven’t found the love of their lives on the ITV2 show just yet, they have no need to fear, because the return of Casa Amor is here - and you can expect heads to turn.
Every year, Casa Amors provide the couples with an opportunity to test their commitment to each other, or simply ditch their partner and run full speed at the next attractive single they lay eyes on.
Here is everything you need to know about Love Island’s biggest twist, Casa Amor, including who the new bombshells to enter are:
What does Casa Amor mean?
Casa Amor is Spanish for ‘love house’, although it may as well translate to ‘the house that causes more drama than any other building in the history of reality TV’.
But then it would be called: ‘a casa que causa más drama que cualquier otro edificio en la historia de los programa de reality’ which doesn’t quite roll off the tongue.
What happens at Casa Amor?
Casa Amor is another villa in Majorca where either the men or women will depart to for a holiday within their holiday.
But the groups won’t be alone for long as six new men and women will be introduced to each villa with the aim of turning the heads of the coupled up islanders.
Casa Amor has proven to be too much for supposedly committed couples in past seasons - in season four Josh Denzel’s head was turned by Kaz Crossley days after he told his then partner Georgia Steel he was committed to her.
Casa Amor has been a staple of the show for the last five seasons, and is a favourite among Love Island fans because of the disruption and drama it causes.
Who are the new boys and girls heading in Love Island?
There are six new boys and six new girls heading in to Casa Amor and the main villa respectively.
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Where is the Casa Amor villa?
The Casa Amor villa is located in Majorca in the same area as the main Love Island villa.
This year’s Love Island villa is in Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, near the east coast of the island, so Casa Amor will be in a similar location, although producers have not revealed the exact location.
When is Casa Amor 2022?
Contestants normally head off to Casa Amor around day 26-2, so this year the pattern continues as the girls have already been introduced to the boys who they will be living with in Casa Amor.
While the girls met the new boys on Sunday 3 July, the boys are expected to meet the new girls on Monday 4 July.
The islanders usually spend about four days at Casa Amor, meaning that now the group is split they will probably have their awkward reunion on 7 or 8 July.
It all depends on the producers of the show, and if they decide that a prolonged separation will be better for the viewing figures, then their stay at Casa Amor could last a week or even longer.
Who could have their heads turned in Casa Amor?
Anyone really, as history has shown. But, not all relationships in the villa are equally as solid.
Right now only Gemma and Luca and Indiyah and Dami seem to have any semblance of a secure relationship.
While Andrew is mad for Tasha, the feeling doesn’t look to be reciprocated and she may well have her head turned if the right man is introduced.
Davide and Danica and Ekin-Su and Charlie are also couples of convenience right now, and if things stay the same for them, all four are likely to look for love during Casa Amor.