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When Will Casa Amor End?

When Will Casa Amor End?

Love Island producers enjoy introducing variables into the villa to shake things up and the arrival of Casa Amor is their biggest curveball

Love Island producers enjoy introducing destabilising variables into the villa to routinely shake things up, and the arrival of Casa Amor is the biggest curveball in their arsenal.

This year’s ITV series has already introduced the host of newcomers that the rival villa brings and fans are now wondering when the infamous section of the show comes to an end.

Ever crammed with shocks and upsets, Love Island keeps audiences and participants alike on their toes and the most noteworthy recurring disruptor is the inception of Casa Amor.

The shock twist was first aired during the show’s third season and has remained a staple ever since as it shakes up the status quo and routinely delivers the most brutal recoupling of the entire series as it bows out.

Just as this year’s couples have begun to appear more solid, producers have thrown a spanner in the works by splitting up partners and injecting 12 new bombshells.

Though most viewers are rooting for the established couples to remain strong, Casa Amor has set a precedent for providing some significant turbulence including the dramatic split of last year’s eventual winners, Liam Reardon and Millie Court.

The new girls and boys have started ‘cracking on’ with the pre-existing islanders as they commence their foray into the TV show and already the second villa has been catalysing some chaos.

A preview has revealed that after playing ‘Raunchy Race’, Andrew, who is currently coupled up with model Tasha, kissed newcomer Coco Lodge.

Similarly, Dami shared a kiss with Summer Botwe.

Meanwhile, in the girls’ villa, Danica and Indiyah seem to be showing interest in the new boys.

With Sunday’s episode the first dedicated to Casa Amor, fans are keen to know when the second villa will stop gracing TV screens.

When Will Love Island's Casa Amor End?

If previous years are anything to go by, Casa Amor should last for 3 to 4 days.

Although an exact timeframe is not yet known, the second villa typically only exists for a couple of days, despite its ramifications often permeating the rest of the show.

This means that, by the episode airing on Thursday 7th July, Casa Amor will likely have come to an end and the islanders will undergo the highly anticipated post-Casa Amor recoupling which always produces some of the show’s most tense moments. With heads already turning, this year’s Casa Amor is shaping up to be a rocky one for some of the islanders.

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Topics: Love Island, ITV, TV and Film