LOVE Island is set to be sexier than ever this year thanks to a big change for Casa Amor.
The tempting location, which is normally in ear shot of the main villa, is getting a revamp and moving further away for added privacy as the series returns to Spain.
A TV insider told The Sun: "This year’s Casa Amor will be sexier than ever as it moves away from the main villa and to a remote, romantic villa with its own pool.
“The purpose built home, which is a few minutes’ drive away from the main villa, will mean that when the villas split up, the other group won't be able to hear what's going on. They'll be able to let loose without fear of being overheard."
Last series, which aired from South Africa at the start of the year, the boys were left fuming when they could hear the girls whopping and screaming during Casa Amor.
The girls, including Tanya Manhenga, Olivia Hawkins, Lana Jenkins,were unaware that their joy could be heard as they met the new faces, while the boys sulked around the pool at the main villa.
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Casa Amor has been at the epicentre of some of the juggernaut programme’s most explosive scenes in previous years.
It sees producers take half of the contestants to a rival villa where they are introduced a whole new set of Islanders, in the hope they will stray.
Casa Amor is the ultimate test for the Love Island couples as viewers discover what the contestants will decide to do.
It usually sees the lads shipped off to a separate luxury bolthole, which is then filled with six new single female contestants.
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However last series it was the girls who got the chance to go somewhere different.
Casa Amor usually lasts for around three to four days – which is enough time for Islanders to ditch their previous beau and crack on with someone new.
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