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Love Island 2021 – the return of dramatic Casa Amor episodes

Love Island 2021 has already been out for three weeks and fans are already getting excited about the upcoming Casa Amor episodes.

Casa Amor is the stage of the reality show where the male and female contestants are separated – with half of them heading to a completely new villa to meet a group of 10 people to form a romantic bond with.

Past episodes resulted in couples breaking up, heads being turned, as well as some of the most dramatic scenes in UK reality TV history.

Let’s not forget about when Callum Jones left Shaughna Phillips for Molly Smith, which birthed the infamous: “Congrats, hun.”

But when is this year’s Casa Amor stage starting?

Casa Amor usually happens in week four

There is still no confirmed date as to when the highly-anticipated Casa Amor episodes will start.

In season five, Casa Amor was introduced to the viewers on day 28 and in season four it was on day 26.

Over the years, it usually took place on the fourth week of the ITV2 dating show, which means viewers don’t have long to wait.

Despite coronavirus making filming. and travelling difficult, Love Island bosses made sure to bring in the extra sexy singles.

An insider previously told The Sun: ‘It’s the twist that makes the show and gives them some of their best scenes and ratings.

‘The episodes where half of the cast go to Casa Amor always rate really highly so producers were keen to keep it in.’

Casa Amor - Love Island
The men and women are separated into two villas

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Casa Amor will be a relief to many viewers after fans complained about the lack of chemistry this season.

During the second week of the show, fans took to social media to discuss how dull the latest series is.

And at that point, Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish were the only pair to couple that seem to have any chemistry – but the foundations of their relationship were soon rocked.

Shaughna Phillips, Molly Smith and Callum Jones
Shaughna was dumped for Molly

But other contestants have failed to find a spark and fans were getting frustrated.

A social media user commented: “No one can convince me any of these couples actually like each other there was more chemistry in my GCSE science lesson.”

One viewer hit out and wrote: “The chat is dead, no chemistry between couples.”

Another said: “With the lack of chemistry and genuine attraction in this villa when Casa Amor comes round every single one of them is gonna recouple #LoveIsland.”

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