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Love Island 2019 on ITV2: What is Casa Amor in Love Island? Who is going in?


Casa Amor has just opened in Love Island 2019, with 12 new cast members entering the ITV2 show. ITV2 newbies, however, have been left wondering what is Casa Amor in Love Island. Love Island 2019 viewers new to the series can read on to find out what the Casa Amor twist is.

What is Casa Amor in Love Island?

Casa Amor (‘love house’ in Spanish) is a second villa that half of the Love Island cast mates are sent to around this time every year on the ITV2 show.

This time, the girls are heading to Casa Amor while the boys stay in the main villa.

When the six girls arrive at Casa Amor, they will be met with six new boys for them to couple up with.

Meanwhile, the boys will meet six new girls in the main Love Island villa.

ARE THR GIRLS GOING INTO CASA AMOR FOR THE FIRST TIME?

Casa Amor usually creates plenty of drama, as time apart from the people they have been coupled with leads cast members to consider other options.

The twist has been part of Love Island since season three in 2017.

The girls entered Casa Amor on Friday, June 28 this year, creating plenty of excitement among the single girls.

However, it also created panic among the coupled contestants like Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard and Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths.

According to the Metro, it is a few hundred yards away from the normal Love Island villa in the Levante Hills of Majorca, Spain.

WHO IS CASA AMOR NEW BOY DENNON LEWIS?

Who is going in to the Love Island Casa Amor?

Casa Amor is housing the six remaining girls of Love Island 2019 – Amy Hart, Anna Vakili, Amber Gill, Maura Higgins, Molly-Mae Hague and Lucie Donlan.

In the new villa, they will meet six new boys:

  • Dan Rose, 21, a bathroom salesman from Nuneaton
  • Dennon Lewis, 22, a professional footballer from Watford
  • George Rains, 22, a builder from Essex

WHO IS MARVIN BROOKS?

  • Stevie Bradley, 21, a student from the Isle of Man
  • Marvin Brooks, 29, a personal trainer from Bournemouth
  • Ovie Soko, 28, a professional basketball player from London

Love Island viewers will have to tune in to see whether any of these boys have what it takes to turn heads.

Love Island 2019 airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2

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