Casa Amor is coming soon.
On Friday night’s episode of Love Island, show narrator Iain Stirling told fans to “get ready” for the return of the challenge – which sees the boys or girls move into a separate villa with six new arrivals.
The Islanders left behind in the main villa are also joined by six new people, in a bid to shake things up.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 23, 2021
The twist was designed to tempt the Islanders, and see if they will ditch whoever they were previously coupled up with for a newbie.
Ahead of Casa Amor’s highly anticipated return, we have rounded up some of the most dramatic recouplings that took place upon the Islanders return to the main villa.
Take a look:
Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths
The 2019 series of Love Island saw one of the most dramatic recouplings of the show.
Amber Gill decided to stay loyal to her beau Michael Griffiths while in Casa Amor, however his head was turned by newcomer Joanna Chimonides – leaving Amber heartbroken.
Luckily for Amber, she went on to win the show with Irish star Greg O’Shea.
Georgia Steel and Josh Denzel
Georgia Steel famously stayed “loyal” to her beau Josh Denzel during the 2018 season of Love Island.
However, in one of the most dramatic recouplings of the show’s history, Josh came back from Casa Amor with Kaz Crossley.
After seeing Josh enter with a new girl, Georgia said: “He’s f***ed it man, he’s f***ed it,” before adding: “How f***ing dare you man.”
Explaining his actions, Josh said: “I went into Casa Amor thinking that I wasn’t going to get my head turned. I thought, that if I did go in, it would have to be someone sensational, someone who blew me away and Kaz came in and did that.”
Shaughna Phillips and Callum Jones
Shaughna Phillips was brutally dumped by Callum Jones in the 2020 winter series, after he came back from Casa Amor with Molly Smith.
Upon their arrival in the villa, Shaughna told host Laura Whitmore: “I’m happy for Callum. I should have never trusted a scaffolder anyway,” before famously saying to Molly: “Congrats hun.”
The popular Islander was dumped from the villa one week later, after failing to recouple with anyone.
Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard
Amy Hart got her heart broken in 2019, after Casa Amor saw Curtis Pritchard’s head turn.
The reality star confessed her love for Curtis to fellow islander Molly-Mae Hague while he was away, and was delighted when he came back from Casa Amor without another girl.
However, her bliss was short-lived as Curtis confessed shortly afterwards that he fancied new girl Jourdan Riane.
The couple’s breakup was one of the most dramatic in Love Island history, and lead to a heartbroken Amy leaving the villa.
Demi Jones and Nas Majeed
When Demi Jones entered the Love Island villa, fans were delighted as it appeared Nas Majeed had finally found his match.
However, both Islanders and viewers were shocked when Nas returned to Casa Amor with Eva Zapico – while Demi remained loyal.
Prior to the shocking recoupling, Demi explained her decision to stay loyal, telling host Laura Whitmore: “I feel really nervous as I’m taking a leap of faith here. I feel like I’m going to follow my heart.”
“We’ve gelled so well and he has me in fits of giggles. Hopefully it’s not one-sided.”
Love Island continues on Sunday night at 9pm on Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player.