Casa Amor has served up some of the most memorable – and indeed controversial – moments in Love Island history.
The twist, first introduced during the third series in 2017, sees the show make use of a second villa as producers put the existing couples to the ultimate test by introducing a whole new bunch of Islanders.
With the original boys and girls split up across the two villas, six new boys and six new girls attempt to turn some heads – often with explosive consequences.
As the current series braces itself for the return of Casa Amor, we’re looking back over all the times it stirred up drama...
A special delivery (series 3)
With the first-ever Casa Amor, the show was in completely unchartered waters, with the girls not knowing exactly what to expect when the lads were packed off to the second villa.
While Kem and Amber had been going steady since the start of the series, the postcard’s arrival then gave her the green light to crack on with new boy Nathan Joesph.
Kem realises his mistake (series 3)
When push came to shove, Amber ultimately chose to remain loyal to Kem in the post-Casa Amor recoupling – but the same could not be said for Kem.
He walked back in with Chyna, leaving Amber’s place in the villa hanging in the balance.
But within moments, Kem realised what a mistake he’d made, and the pair put all their cards on the table in an emotional heart-to-heart, in which he confessed to having fallen in love with Amber.
Marcel (unwittingly) does the dirty (series 3)
However, he quickly realised his mistake and the look on his face was totally priceless.
Dani’s distress (series 4)
Dani was left distraught at the thought Jack could reunite with his ex, and spent days in emotional turmoil wondering what was going on between them.
The stunt sparked over 2,500 complaints to TV watchdog Ofcom, with many complaining the producers had caused Dani unnecessary emotional distress given there was nothing going on between Jack and Ellie.
Ofcom later declared they wouldn’t be taking the matter any further, as they didn’t feel Love Island breached any of their guidelines, acknowledging that while Dani’s emotional reaction was difficult to watch, viewers should expect “emotionally charged scenes” and “scenes [which] have been engineered to test contestants’ relationships”.
Josh doesn’t stay “loyal, babes” (series 4)
Cut to Josh walking back into the villa with Kaz during the recoupling, leaving Georgia with a serious amount of egg on her face and Josh with a lot of explaining to do.
Michael pies Amber (series 5)
After a single Amber walked back into the main villa to see her man with someone else, a full-scale row soon blew up, with Anna Vakili also jumping into defend her mate.
Oh, and the row also birthed the best Love Island meme of all-time, as Michael took a swipe at Amber...
“Jordan, who?” (series 5)
Anna even joked “Jordan, who?” as she discussed her attraction to the new Islander, and it wasn’t long before they shared their first kiss.
And while Jordan had initially tried to crack on with Jourdan Raine over in the main villa, he later decided his heart lied with Anna – only for her to pick Ovie in the recoupling.
And how grateful we all are that she did, as can you imagine having seen less of the marvellous Ovie? Positively unthinkable.
Curtis breaks Amy’s heart (series 5)
Amy Hart breathed a huge sigh of relief when she walked back into the main villa and found that her “half-boyfriend” Curtis Pritchard had not recoupled with anyone else – but little did she realise that wasn’t for the want of trying.
Curtis had been grafting Jourdan during Amy’s time away, and while Jourdan had quickly friend-zoned him, Curtis admitted it had made him realise he wasn’t as invested in his relationship with Amy as he’d previously thought.
The ballroom dancer soon confessed all to Amy, who was left broken-hearted as she revealed: “I was coming back here to tell you I love you.”
“Congrats, hun” (series 6)
After Callum Jones returned to the villa with new girl Molly Smith, you could feel Shaughna Phillips’ heartbreak through the screen – but she wasn’t about to break down in front of them.
Instead, she uttered perhaps the most iconic line in Love Island history – “Congrats, hun.”
Love Island airs Sunday at Friday at 9pm on ITV2.