Love Island’s Cruel Casa Amor Twist Is Making A Comeback

Will it be as savage as previous years?

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by Grazia |

Love Island’s cruel Casa Amor twist is making a comeback this year. Yep, the same twist that made show winner Dani Dyer break down over her relationship with Jack Fincham in 2018 and saw over 2,500 Ofcom complaints accusing the show of emotional manipulation.

At the time, some viewers found Dani’s emotional reaction "really hard to watch" but the the broadcasting regulator later declared they wouldn’t be taking the matter any further as they didn’t feel ‘Love Island’ breached any of their guidelines.

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The Casa Amor twist, that will return for the third time, will see the boys and the girls harshly split up to make way for a new (and beautiful) group of men and women to try their luck at coupling up in order stay in the villa. Last year saw Jack Fincham’s ex Ellie Jones arrive and cause carnage for him and Dani.

The task is designed to test the Islanders loyalty and make relationships stronger, however, some see it as a cruel test that leaves some people questioning everything.

According to The Sun, Love Island boss Angelina Jain has hinted that Casa Amor could be around the corner.

She said: "What we do in terms of format twists – as this is ongoing casting – we’re trying to mirror real life and relationships do get tested, that’s entirely normal.

"So we will test them and the islanders are fully aware their relationships will get tested.

"We will do that because that’s the expectation for the audience and the islanders."

Last month, ITV issued a statement about Love Island’s revised duty of care processes following the deaths of Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis and a number of former Islanders speaking out about their mental health, so we're hoping the Islanders real actual feelings will be more important than a little bit of drama.

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