Love Island’s Casa Amor ‘only a week away and will be the most explosive yet’

Love Island ‘set to tear couples apart with most explosive Casa Amor yet’ – as the ultimate relationship test WILL return and is ‘just a week away’

It’s the ultimate relationship test, proving to be tear up the villa every season.

And Casa Amor is reportedly set to return to Love Island on 4 July, as this season’s couples will be ripped apart once again while the boys and girls are separated.

Never without drama, the challenge is set to be ‘the most explosive yet’, as it returns for it’s fifth season in a row.

It’s back! Love Island is ‘set to tear couples apart with most explosive Casa Amor yet’ – as the ultimate relationship test WILL return and is ‘just a week away’

According to The Sun, Casa Amor will return on 4 July, with a show insider telling the publication: ‘Just when the Islanders start to get comfortable in their couples, they are going to get a real shock as they are torn apart.

‘This year’s Casa Amor promises to be the most explosive yet thanks to some seriously fiery characters, who have already shown their heads can be turned,’ they continued’.

But noting it is subject to change, the insider added; ‘The insider added: “Everything is in place, but the date could change at the last minute if bosses decide they can ramp up the drama at an earlier or later moment.’ 

Representatives for Love Island told MailOnline this is ‘purely speculation’. 

But it seems fans will be happy with the news, as the feature has proven to be a favourite among viewers.

Drama is on it's way: Never without drama, the challenge is set to be 'the most explosive yet', as it returns for it's fifth season in a row

Drama is on it’s way: Never without drama, the challenge is set to be ‘the most explosive yet’, as it returns for it’s fifth season in a row

Split: During Casa Amor, the boys and girls are split into different villas - with one group staying put in the original villa while the others take a 'holiday' away to the new 'casa'

Split: During Casa Amor, the boys and girls are split into different villas – with one group staying put in the original villa while the others take a ‘holiday’ away to the new ‘casa’

Some have already taken to Twitter to share their excitement, describing it as ‘absolute carnage’.

One wrote: ‘Mate I cannot wait for casa amor this year I just know there’s gonna be beef’, while another excitedly put: ‘bring on the villa drama, games, and casa amor please, lol’.

During Casa Amor, the boys and girls are split into different villas – with one group staying put in the original villa while the others take a ‘holiday’ away to the new ‘casa’.

Excited? Love Island fans have already taken to Twitter to share their excitement, describing it as 'absolute carnage'

Excited? Love Island fans have already taken to Twitter to share their excitement, describing it as ‘absolute carnage’

And the time apart isn’t without temptation, as five new girls and boys are welcomed into the show – testing whether distance will make the heart grow fonder, or if new arrivals can turn heads. 

Casa Amor has a longstanding history of breaking up strong couples, including former contestants such as Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths, Georgia Steele and Josh Denzel and more.

But it may not all be bad news for the islanders, as last season of the show saw couples bounce back from the Casa Amor turmoil.

Winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon split following the challenge, after Liam’s head was turned while he was away – but the pair ultimately made it back together. 

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2. 

New arrivals: The time apart isn't without temptation, as five new girls and boys are welcomed into the show - testing whether distance will make the heart grow fonder, or if new arrivals can turn heads

New arrivals: The time apart isn’t without temptation, as five new girls and boys are welcomed into the show – testing whether distance will make the heart grow fonder, or if new arrivals can turn heads

Challenge: Which couples will survive the test, and which will have their heads turned?

Challenge: Which couples will survive the test, and which will have their heads turned?

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