A FAMOUS Love Island twist fans are desperate to see looks set to be making a return before the end of the month.
Spin-off villa Casa Amor, which means ‘Love house’ in Spanish, has also been teased to make a return by presenter Laura Whitmore.
The famous twist – a feature of every year since series three – sees the boys and girls separated for a few days, with half moving to the other villa.
A whole new set of Islanders then move in at both venues, in the ultimate test for those coupled up.
At the end of the period all the current islanders are asked to decide if they want to stick or couple up with a newbie, which has led to some explosive classic moments over the years.
Love Island fans eager to see the shake up have been tweeting about it for weeks, although many feared it had been cut after The US and South African versions of the show did not feature it.
But the Sun has reported that the finishing touches are being made on the second villa, with it potentially ready before the end of July.
Casa Amor was given a mention on ITV2 Love Island spin off show, Aftersun, on Sunday, and Laura also hinted at its return in answering a question from fans on her Instagram stories earlier this week.
There haven’t been any rumours on the bombshells going in for the twist, but a number of people previously mentioned in the national press and yet to appear could feature at this stage.
They include “Chelsea party boy” James Price, originally from Worcester and who is said to want to ‘bring the Worcestershire sauce’, and 21-year-old aerial dancer Alexis Bailey, a runner-up in the Miss Manchester pageant in 2019.