'Love Island' fans excited as presenter appears to let Casa Amor date slip

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Love Island: Gemma and Davide go on a date. (ITV)
Casa Amor always mixes things up. (ITV)

Love Island fans have shared their excitement after rumours that Casa Amor starts next week.

The Casa Amor stage of the ITV dating show usually shakes things up as it sees the boys and girls split up, with one group sent to a different villa and both introduced to a new set of singles.

It is always a favourite with viewers, who have been wondering when it’s going to be.

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And the speculation ramped up when presenter and broadcaster Radzi Chinyanganya seemed to let the cat out of the bag during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.

Chinyanganya was talking about the latest Love Island odds and according to a report on RadioTimes.com, he said: “With Casa Amor coming next week that could all change in an eye blink.”

Amber and Paige get ready for the new series of Love Island. (ITV)
How will this year's contestants fare in Casa Amor? (ITV)

ITV has not confirmed anything but fans can barely contain their excitement at the possibility.

“Casa Amor next week??” one excited viewer posted on Twitter.

Another fan tweeted: “Casa Amor next week? Yes we are READY.”

“I'm ready for Casa Amor... Ready for chaos and mayhem!!!” joked another person.

“I am BUZZING 4 Casa Amor," said another.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 06: Radzi Chinyanganya during the
Did Radzi Chinyanganya let the cat out of the bag? (Getty Images)

Whenever Casa Amor does start, lots of fans have said they want to see some drama.

Someone posted: “All these couples are acting like they are already married.

"I want Casa Amor to truly shake things up.”

“I need EVERYTHING and EVERYONE to shake (except for Dami and Indiyah, they’re my winners),” said another.

Fans can't wait for Casa Amor to cause some drama. (ITV)
Fans can't wait for Casa Amor to cause some drama. (ITV)

However, another pleaded: “Casa Amor please be kind to them.”

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Yahoo has contracted ITV for comment.

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