Love Island twist sees girls go to Casa Amor for first time in three years
The last girls' holiday to Casa Amor did not end well
Love Island fans could be in for an exciting few days, as the girls are reportedly heading to Casa Amor instead of the boys for the first time since 2019.
The group of girls, including Gemma Owen, 19, Paige Thorn, 24, and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, 27, believe they're simply heading out for cocktails, when they will actually be whisked away to the other villa. The 'Casa Amor' part of the series is notoriously dramatic, and proves as a real test for couples torn apart and teased with new islanders.
A TV insider told Mail Online that the rival villa is destined to be "the girls' holiday of their dreams" while the boys are left wondering if their relationships are strong enough to survive those crucial days.
The source explained: "This year it's all about the girls – they have kept the boys on their toes and will continue to do so by leaving the main villa and heading to Casa Amor.
"The new arrivals are ready to turn heads and for the first time in three years it will be the female stars of the show preparing to walk back into the villa with potentially a new man on their arm.
"It's all to play for and the likes of Gemma and Luca's relationship, as well as Jacques and Paige's will be well and truly put to the test."
Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins were amongst the last girls to be sent to Casa Amor during season five of Love Island and the mini holiday caused serious drama, when Amber Gill returned to find out Michael Griffiths had decided to couple up with Joanna Chimonides instead.
Though she did go on to win the show with Greg O'Shea, so it could've been worse.
Only time will tell if the girls' holiday to Casa Amor this year will prove as dramatic.
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