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Love Island fans have been left fearing that the upcoming series of the popular dating show will not feature Casa Amor.
Featured halfway through the past series, Casa Amor proved to be the ultimate test of love and betrayal in which couples are tested on their loyalty to one another.
In the week-long segment, the boys have previously been sent off to live at another luxury property, where they are teased by six stunning female singletons.
But viewers are now predicting that the new series, set to launch on June 28th, will take a leaf out of the show's US and South African versions and not feature the controversial challenge.
Spotting the major clue, one person tweeted: "LoveIsland SA was wack lol. Especially at the end. The way SA has got fit girls, I thought I'd see more of that. And no Casa Amor???!!!"
A second viewer added: "Am I the only one wondering why there was no Casa Amor on Love Island?"
A third tried to explain: "Looks like it's something to do with Covid restrictions maybe. Probably means it won't feature on the UK one this year then. Sad times."
This comes after Love Island bosses issued a stern warning to fans to "think before they post".
While the show has been a runaway success over the years, it has also been marred by controversy and tragedy.
Former contestant Sophie Gradon was 32 when she died in 2018, and just a year later, Mike Thalassitis died by suicide aged 26.
The show was rocked by tragedy once again after Caroline Flack, who hosted the show from 2015 to 2019, tragically died by suicide at age 40 last year.
New contestants are being offered comprehensive psychological support, training on the impacts of social media and handling negativity, and financial management training.
Earlier this month it was revealed that Love Island bosses have put into place strict mental health protocols for the upcoming season.
If you have been affected by this story, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org.
Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. are available the following morning on BritBox.
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