Love Island's rival villa Casa Amor could be axed for 2019 series as bosses plot 'new and bigger twists'

LOVE Island bosses are plotting a major shakeup of this year's series – scrapping rival villa Casa Amor which sparked explosive scenes for two years on the show.

The villa was used to great effect last year when Josh Denzel returned to the main house hand in hand with Kaz Crossley, leaving Georgia Steel humiliated.

Dani Dyer feared Jack Fincham had been unfaithful to her last year after producers cleverly showed footage of his ex-Ellie Jones entering the rival villa.

But this year ITV2 bosses want to keep new islanders on their toes and for viewers to expect the unexpected, which involves creating all-new challenges for contestants.

A TV source revealed: “Love Island bosses are aware that fans of the show are hoping for new and bigger twists this summer.

“Casa Amor was the ultimate test for islanders in their new romances – and viewers were left on the edge of their seats as producers teased potential betrayals and heartbreak.

“But after two years there are concerns the rival villa won’t have the same impact and that new islanders who’ve watched the show will see it coming.

“It all depends what happens when the series starts – there’s still a possibility Casa Amor will be used but at the moment producers aren’t certain.”

Casa Amor was first introduced in 2016 and was designed to put new couples to the ultimate test.

The male stars leave the villa to join six new sexy singletons at Casa Amor while the girls welcome a fresh batch of suitors at the main house.

In 2016 a cleverly infiltrated postcode arrived at the main villa exposing Kem Cetinay’s secret kiss with Chyna Ellis.

Kem revealed his snog with Chyna was his "biggest regret" from his time on the show.

He said: "It was such a big moment. What happened was the biggest regret for me.

"I hate that I snogged Chyna. It is still hard for me to hear. I don't talking about it because it genuinely makes me feel sick. I hate it."

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