When Is Casa Amor Starting? (Because We Need The Drama From Ekin-Su)

We’re already anticipating the havoc Ekin-Su is going to wreak.

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by Bonnie McLaren |

Ekin-Su Cülcüloglu has only been in the Love Island villa a mere number of days - but boy, is she already causing a stir. On her first day, she told the girls that she’s not in there to make seasonal girlfriends, but rather to meet the love of her life. She’s coupled up currently with Davide Sanclimenti, but we doubt that’s going to last for long - as she told new bombshell, Jacques O'Neill (yep, that’s the one who is Gemma Owen’s ex) that she’d rather be sharing a bed with him. Awkward.

But her forwardness means that Ekin-Su is manna from Love Island heaven. Already, she's giving the same type of vibes which made Maura Higgins and Megan Barton-Hanson famous (and loved by audiences). She knows what she wants - and she isn’t afraid to get it. Crucially, she isn’t self-conscious about acting up to the camera either, meaning she’s reality gold. (With her A* overdramatic beach-hut chats, it’s no surprise that she’s already an actress, starring in Turkish soaps.)

Ekin-Su does have us wondering one thing though: when is Casa Amor going to happen this year? Because we need to ensure that Ekin-Su is still in when a host of hot new bombshells descend on Mallorca, with their main mission being to steal someone’s woman/man and ensure they stay on the show.

Can you imagine the drama which will occur, either because she’ll stray in Casa Amor, or because she’ll start a huge argument if anyone comes back for the recoupling with another partner? We can already see it, and it’s absolutely perfect. We’re already hoping for a moment more iconic than Shaughna Phillips saying ‘congrats, hun’ to Callum Jones.

When does Casa Amor start? And how long is it for?

OK, so, bad news: it’s not been confirmed when Casa Amor, which is usually around three or four days, is going to be yet. (Come on, that would be boring - we need to be kept on our toes.) But, if we’re going by the Love Islands of the past, it’s usually about week four or five into the show. And this means it would be weeks commencing 4 or 11 July. However, that could be different this year - as the series is on for an extra two weeks than normal. So it could well be later or earlier. All we know is that we can’t wait.

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