The Love Island twist provides more drama in the winter series with “Casa Amor house feet away”.

Love Island’s producers have made sure to add more drama to the series for its third winter installment next year.

The latest twist will see the home of the infamous Casa Amor contestant just yards from the main mansion, a new report says.

According to The Sun, attendees may be able to hear what their love interests are up to with the new singletons as they head off to the rival house.

Exciting! Love Island's producers have made sure to add more drama when the series returns next year for its third winter installment (Tasha Ghouri and Billy Brown pictured in Casa Amor).

Exciting! Love Island's producers have made sure to add more drama when the series returns next year for its third winter installment (Tasha Ghouri and Billy Brown pictured in Casa Amor).

Exciting! Love Island’s producers have made sure to add more drama when the series returns next year for its third winter installment (Tasha Ghouri and Billy Brown pictured in Casa Amor).

A source told the publication, “Casa Amor residents have always been able to relax in the knowledge that the people they are with are miles away.

“Not anymore – when there’s wild partying, the main mansion can certainly hear it.

“There could be real problems with the neighbors this year as the bombs try to break up couples.”

The latest twist will see the home of the infamous Casa Amor contestant just yards from the main mansion, a new report says

The latest twist will see the home of the infamous Casa Amor contestant just yards from the main mansion, a new report says

The latest twist will see the home of the infamous Casa Amor contestant just yards from the main mansion, a new report says

It comes after the Winter Love Island mansion was unveiled, with sources telling MailOnline that the South African mansion is the “best mansion” yet.

Work on the mansion is currently underway ahead of the series launch on ITV2 and ITVX next year, with show bosses making the safety of the islanders their top priority after intruders have wormed their way into previous mansions.

The oversized luxury eco-retreat offers stunning mountain views and is nestled in a ‘conserved area’ in the heart of the Franschhoek Wine Valley on South Africa’s ‘Millionaire Row’.

The Villa: The new luxury eco-retreat has a huge pool and mountain views in a'protected area' of the Franschhoek Wine Valley - as the series returns to South Africa after three years

The Villa: The new luxury eco-retreat has a huge pool and mountain views in a'protected area' of the Franschhoek Wine Valley - as the series returns to South Africa after three years

The Villa: The new luxury eco-retreat has a huge pool and mountain views in a ‘protected area’ of the Franschhoek Wine Valley – as the series returns to South Africa after three years

With Winter Love Island not airing for three years, the show bosses have pulled out all the stops to support the fresh islanders on their quest for love and romance.

The villa is the largest of any series to date, has a huge pool and is surrounded by palm trees and normally costs around £430 per night per room.

It’s also eco-friendly as the property is 100 percent off the grid, allowing it to generate its own electricity, water and numerous food sources.

The first winter series aired in January 2020 – just before the COVID-19 pandemic – and was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp.

Plans for a second winter series have been shelved in 2021 due to concerns about the pandemic.

Reigning Champions: The first winter series aired in January 2020 - just before the COVID-19 pandemic - and was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp. Plans for a second winter series have been shelved in 2021 due to concerns about the pandemic

Reigning Champions: The first winter series aired in January 2020 - just before the COVID-19 pandemic - and was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp. Plans for a second winter series have been shelved in 2021 due to concerns about the pandemic

Reigning Champions: The first winter series aired in January 2020 – just before the COVID-19 pandemic – and was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp. Plans for a second winter series have been shelved in 2021 due to concerns about the pandemic

Green: The oversized luxury eco-retreat offers stunning mountain views and is nestled in a'protected area' in the heart of the Franschhoek wine valley

Green: The oversized luxury eco-retreat offers stunning mountain views and is nestled in a'protected area' in the heart of the Franschhoek wine valley

Green: The oversized luxury eco-retreat offers stunning mountain views and is nestled in a ‘protected area’ in the heart of the Franschhoek wine valley

Paige and Finn said after the announcement, “Love Island has allowed us to find love with someone our paths would never have crossed without the show.

“We both found everything we were looking for in a partner and we now live together in Manchester (we’ve lived here for almost two years). We have a new amazing group of friends and literally couldn’t imagine life without each other.

Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality Commissioning and Controller, ITV2, said: “Love Island has once again proved to be the nation’s favorite topic of conversation all summer long and we are continually amazed by the show’s enduring impact and talkativeness with our younger audiences .

“So instead of just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love with two full series of the show.”

Unbelievable: The villa is the largest of any series so far, with a huge pool and surrounded by palm trees. It's also eco-friendly as the property is 100 percent off-grid, allowing it to generate its own electricity

Unbelievable: The villa is the largest of any series so far, with a huge pool and surrounded by palm trees. It's also eco-friendly as the property is 100 percent off-grid, allowing it to generate its own electricity

Unbelievable: The villa is the largest of any series so far, with a huge pool and surrounded by palm trees. It’s also eco-friendly as the property is 100 percent off-grid, allowing it to generate its own electricity

Wow: Work on the mansion is currently underway ahead of the start of the series next year, with ITV bosses making the safety of the islanders their top priority after intruders wormed their way into previous mansions

Wow: Work on the mansion is currently underway ahead of the start of the series next year, with ITV bosses making the safety of the islanders their top priority after intruders wormed their way into previous mansions

Wow: Work on the mansion is currently underway ahead of the start of the series next year, with ITV bosses making the safety of the islanders their top priority after intruders wormed their way into previous mansions

Mike Spencer, Executive Producer at Lifted Entertainment, said: “After eight brilliant series, we look forward to serving two doses of love in 2023 by kicking off in a stunning new villa in South Africa in January.

“We have more romance, romance and everything in between to look forward to as we embark on another epic year of love.”

The stars of Love Island’s first winter series are believed to have lost £500,000 in ‘missed opportunities’ when the country went into lockdown shortly after leaving the villa.

EdHopkinsPR’s Jack Cooper revealed to Metro that stars were missing out on key money-making moments that previously netted contestants millions of pounds.

Back in 2019, the previous Winter Love Island villa had all the familiar features like a fire pit, day bed, and roof terrace

Back in 2019, the previous Winter Love Island villa had all the familiar features like a fire pit, day bed, and roof terrace

Back in 2019, the previous Winter Love Island villa had all the familiar features like a fire pit, day bed, and roof terrace

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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