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Love Island: Casa Amor returns

Love Island’s famous Casa Amor has finally been confirmed, as the remaining Islanders prepare to wave goodbye to their couples and hope their heads don’t turn for the set of new bombshells.

Amber Wise, 19, is one of the six new singletons entering the show’s Casa Amor tonight.

She is following in the footsteps of ex-England star Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma, who finished second last year with her co-Islander and then-boyfriend Luca Bish.

Amber, who is currently studying for a graphic design degree at university, is expected to send shockwaves through the villa when she enters over the weekend.

An insider told The Sun: “Amber will really stand out from the crowd on Love Island and jumped at the chance to take part.

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“She is very low-key and laid back but won’t be taking any nonsense. Amber is incredibly close to her dad and she has his full support in taking part.

“Naturally, it can be awkward for a dad knowing his daughter could be hooking up with someone on TV, but Amber is looking for real love and wants to make her dad proud,” the source added.

Amber made her first TV debut in 2017 when her famous dad Denis was named the sixth person to leave the I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! camp.

She joined her mum Claire and brother Henry in Australia to meet her dad at the end of the iconic I’m a Celebrity bridge.

Love Island producers have also hinted the Islanders are in for some surprises this year.

Speaking to the Mirror, show boss Mike said: “We never say if Casa Amor is back but I think things will be a little different this year.

“Hopefully we’ll keep people on their toes and you won’t expect it,” he added.

The notorious villa twist is just days away as at the end of the Thursday night episode the iconic Casa Amor sign was seen flashing and Ian Sterling teased “it’s back”.

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Elsewhere, viewers are convinced dumped Islander Molly Marsh will make a dramatic return to the ITV2 show after being brutally axed on Friday.

According to The Mirror, Molly has not stayed in the UK, which is normal procedure for dumped islanders.

It has been reported the musical theatre performer has now flown back to Spain, presumably to re-enter ITV2’s famous villa.

Love Island continues on weekdays and Sundays on ITV1 in the UK.

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