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Love Island: Casa Amor 'being frantically built'

Love Island: Casa Amor 'being frantically built'
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Love Island producers are reportedly assembling Casa Amor ahead of the season's big twist.

Producers on Love Island are reportedly working "around the clock" to get Casa Amor ready to spice up this year's show.

The traditional twist sees the boys and the girls separated off into different villas, with new bombshells introduced to each villa in order to test the existing relationships.

According to The Sun, producers have ditched the traditional building used for Casa Amor and are instead remodelling a new villa for the impending twist.

"Everyone is working around the clock to make sure it looks the part, but it's just not quite ready yet," a source told the newspaper.

"As soon as it's done, they're going to have it on screen."

Love Island continues nightly at 9pm on ITV2.

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