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Love Island: Casa Amor set to wreak havoc as girls leave mansion after being dumped

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Casa Amor is finally here – and these Love Island couples are getting rocked (Image: ITV)

Twists, turns and mayhem await on Love Island as the girls entered Casa Amor – just hours after a brutal dump.

In a new twist, producers put Paige Thorne, Indiyah Polack, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Gemma Owen, Tasha Ghouri and Danica Taylor in their temporary home.

After much shouting, the contestants took in their surroundings when Tasha received a dreaded message, revealing that they were about to make a new selection of men.

“Girls welcome to Casa Amor,” read the message. “You have to meet six new boys.”

Back then, viewers got a glimpse of Ronan Keating’s son Jack, as well as his new castmates Samuel Agbiji, Josh Samuel le Grove, Billy Brown, Deji Adeniyi and George Tasker.

The episode ended when the bombs fell on Casa Amor and Gemma excitedly repeated Ekin-Su’s name.

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Gemma and Ekin-Su were among the girls shocked by the turn of events (Image: ITV2)

A quick teaser for Sunday night’s episode showed a selection of new single girls stomping into the original mansion, ready to shake up the series once more.

At the beginning of the hour-long program, Charlie Radnedge and Antigoni Buxton were kicked off the show just before the infamous twist.

Her fellow islanders were tasked with making the decision after three couples finished in the final two following a public vote.

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Indiyah was on hand to unveil the ‘girls night’ (Image: ITV)

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A slew of new bombs entered Casa Amor (Pictures: ITV)

The girls decided to save Andrew Le Page and Jay Younger while the guys gave Tasha and Danica another chance.

Ekin-Su said of the decision, “You all deserve a long chance and a shot here. It was very difficult for us to choose between the three of you, but we just had to come to a decision together.

“So the boy the girls decided to kick off the island is Charlie.”

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Charlie and Antigoni were kicked out of the Love Island villa (Image: ITV)

Luca Bish added on the boys’ choice: “Obviously this wasn’t an easy decision for any of us. You are all beautiful girls inside and out I think you all know that and it’s going to hurt when one of you leaves.

“But obviously we’re all here to find love, which is one of the biggest factors in who’s going to be more open to it and who’s better connected right now.

“I’ll be disappointed if either of you leave at the end of the day, so…yes. So the girl the boys decided to throw off the island is Antigoni.’

With Casa Amor in full swing, who’s going to be turning heads next?

Love Island continues on ITV2 on Sunday at 9pm.

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