It wouldn’t be Love Island without Casa Amor – and the famous twist is finally here for 2022.
After much speculation it has now been confirmed that half of the Love Island contestants are being sent to a second villa – and for the first time since 2019 it will be the girls who make the trip while the boys stay in the second villa. ‘origin.
Of course, there will be six new boys waiting for them, and ITV has now revealed the identities of those arrivals – including the son of former BoyZone member Ronan Keating.
And as usual, it’s not just those heading to Casa Amor who are likely to get their heads turned, with six new bombshells also set to arrive in the main villa, teased towards the end of the episode. Friday (July 1) evening.
Here’s everything you need to know about Casa Amor candidates…
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When asked why he decided to sign up for the ITV2 dating show, Deji said: “The reason is that my sex life is amazing but my love life is awful. I’m the master of stages missed conversations. My love life is not going well so one night I decided to apply for Love Island and now I’m here!”
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Josh said he decided to join the show because he “has always been single” and was looking for “someone who can stand up for himself and stand up for himself”.
When asked what he would bring to the villa, he said: “I think I’ll bring a lot of energy, hopefully good talks and maybe a bit of trouble, but we’ll see. !”
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On joining the show, Jack said: “I’ve been single for a long time, probably 4 or 5 years now and I really miss that spark that I didn’t have in the dating scene, like I had been dating. for a long time. And I just thought why not? I hope I’ll have a connection with someone and see what happens.
Jack is the son of singer Ronan Keating – and he says his dad “buzzes” for him. “My dad and I are very close, we’re best friends,” he said.
Speaking before joining the show, George revealed that “I definitely fall in love quickly” and said he had gained a lot from his last relationship.
“I’ve been single for three years,” he said. “I had a relationship with a girl from Australia – my only girlfriend. It was a long distance relationship so 10,000 miles apart for almost three years. I’m much more mature now and I know what I want in a relationship.”
Samuel said he’s been in love before – but although it’s been a while to get over it, he’s open to considering another serious relationship.
“I feel like I’m at the stage where I’m happy on my own, but I’m ready to pursue a connection with someone again and see where that takes me,” he said.
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Billy has already had two girlfriends and hopes to find “the third lucky one”.
He says the most romantic thing he’s ever done is ask a girl out with candles. “I lay in the garden ‘do you want to be my girlfriend?’ in the candles,” he said. “I asked her to look out the window and see him on the grass. It took an hour to install! She said yes, of course!”
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