'Love Island' 2021 teases imminent return of Casa Amor

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Casa Amor will be making a return on 'Love Island'. (ITV)
Casa Amor will be making a return on 'Love Island'. (ITV)

Love Island has teased Casa Amor will soon be returning to the show. 

A staple part of the series since its third season, it sees the boys and girls of the main villa separated for several days with one half heading to Casa Amor where they are greeted by a whole new group of potential love interests. 

Meanwhile, those staying behind at the main villa are also introduced to new members of the opposite sex. 

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As well as confirming its return at the end of Friday's show, the Love Island Twitter account also shared an image of a glowing neon heart with 'Casa Amor' written in it. 

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"It's almost *that* time... #LoveIsland," the message read. 

Casa Amor has typically served as a big test for the committed couples of the villa.

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This year's season has already said goodbye to several singletons who've been dumped from the island. 

Brad McClelland, who got the boot last week, has since divulged on ITV's Lorraine that the show had helped him find love "in a different way". 

The 26-year-old was able to connect with his long-lost sister after previous attempts to reach out to her had failed. 

“I grew up with my nana, my dad wasn’t on the scene. I always knew I had a younger sister, I tried to get in contact with her for years, searched for her on social media, all I had was her name," he said. "She reached out to me and I FaceTimed her a couple of days ago.”

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