Love Island: Casa Amor is 'set to return next week as 12 new Islanders fly out to Mallorca'

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Love Island's sister villa Casa Amor is reportedly set for an explosive return to the show next week.

The Sun claims that the infamous home will return to screens this series, with 12 new Islanders jetting to Mallorca to give the show a huge shake-up, though it is unclear whether it will be in the same villa after last year's site was put on the market.

Reports - Bosses - Casa - Amor - Romance

It comes amid reports that bosses would be using Casa Amor to 'help romance and not cause strife' amid concerns over the negative impact on contestants' mental health.

The publication claims that Casa Amor will once again see Love Island's most beloved couples put to the test, as the men head to the second villa while the women remain to be joined by some hunky new arrivals.

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In similar fashion, the men will be tempted by the stunning female newcomers as they arrived at the stunning pad in south-eastern Mallorca.

When contacted by MailOnline a representative for Love Island said: 'At this point we can't confirm any future format points.'

Love - Island - Villa - Sight - Bosses

While the main Love Island villa is certainly a stunning sight, it has been claimed believed that bosses had planned to use a new villa as the Casa Amor space, after the house used last year was put on the market for a staggering £2.5 million.

The previous villa is described as a 'tree lined driveway bordered by a vineyard and other trees including olive trees and tall cypress trees'.

Claims - Casa - Amor - Romance - Splits

These claims come after it was reported that Casa Amor will return to 'help romance and not cause splits' after fears the show would be axed following numerous mental health warnings.

The infamous villa will instead encourage relationships after backlash following the deaths of previous show contestants Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon.

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