Love Island 2021 LIVE – Casa Amor WILL return 'to shake things up' as Islander Kaz Kamwi makes x-rated sex confession

CASA Amor WILL return this series as Love Island producers look to "shake things up" when the Islanders head in to the Villa on Monday.

The Sun can reveal the iconic second house is to be used in the ITV2 show, but will look different to eagle-eyed viewers.

Meanwhile Islander Kaz Kamwi mentioned what type of person she is in a relationship and made a very x-rated comment about what she expects from a man.

She said: "I prefer to be submissive in a relationship so I need someone who is more dominant. I need someone who's confident, who knows what they want who goes for it. I want a guy to rail me, you know what I mean?", Kaz added, before sporting a cheeky wink.

Meanwhile, the full list of Islanders for this year was revealed on Monday – a week ahead of this season's first episode airing on June 28.

Read our Love Island 2021 live blog below for the latest updates and news…

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    WHERE CAN I GET THE LOVE ISLAND ROBE?

    The pink satin robe seen on the islanders can also be yours!

    It is on sale on the Love Island shop for £20 – and you can even personalise them.

    The luxe gown has 3/4 sleeves and a satin tie waist.

    Click here for more details.

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    END OF THE ROAD

    Love Island’s Mike and Priscilla have ‘split after 15 months together.’

    The pair finished fifth on the winter love island series in 2020 and had been together ever since, but fans feared they were no longer a couple after spotting they had unfollowed each other on Instagram.

    Mike and Priscilla were one of several couples still together from that series, but the The Mail Online revealed the pair have now parted ways.

    A source close to the pair confirmed to the publication that they have broken up, but they have remained friends.

    An insider revealed: “Mike and Priscilla made the most out of their relationship and supported each other throughout their time post-villa and during lockdown.”

    Read full story here.

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    WHAT DO LOVE ISLANDERS EAT?

    The Islanders make their own breakfast every morning – but lunch and dinner are a different matter.

    A catering station is set up in the grounds of the villa with chefs on hand to make food – usually consisting of salads and barbecued meats – for the contestants, as well as all the production team.

    In the Love Island villa, the outdoor kitchen is constantly restocked with snacks and drinks, ensuring the Islanders are never hungry or thirsty – and they can request what they want.

    After coming off the show in 2019, Anton Danyluk confessed they’d been getting McDonald’s McFlurries delivered by producers on a weekly basis.

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    SHARON ISLAND

    Love Island star Georgia Steel has already revealed her favourite out of the new islanders.

    Georgia, 23, commented on Sharon Gaffka’s video on the official Love Island Instagram page.

    She wrote: “Love her!!!! She’s already my fave ❤️”

    Sharon Gaffka is a former beauty queen who now works for the Department of Transport as an Operations Lead.

    During her pageant days she was crowned Miss International United Kingdom 2018.

    Sharon’s friends have said that there’s “zero chance” the law graduate will be having sex in the villa.

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    WHY AREN’T MEAL TIMES FILMED?

    Meal times aren’t shown as this is seen as “down time” for the islanders, where they can relax and be off camera.

    But even though meals aren’t filmed, Olivia Attwood – who came third with Chris Hughes in the 2017 series – insisted nothing juicy ever happens during them, as producers insist conversation is kept to a minimum.

    Speaking to The Sun, she explained: “We eat with the producers but it runs like a boarding school.

    “When we have dinner, it’s like them telling us we need to clean the bedroom, that laundry day is tomorrow and asking us what we want for our breakfast the next day, all just things that make the house run smoothly.

    “So it’s nothing really exciting. It’s quite mundane stuff!”

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    LOVE SECRETS

    Love Island’s Laura Anderson has lifted the lid on all of the Majorcan villa’s hidden secrets.

    The series four runner-up revealed there’s a two-way larder in the kitchen area that producers use to host private chats with contestants.

    Speaking to Closer!, she said: “If you see someone coming out of ‘the larder’, there’s probably drama ahead!”

    And while the kitchen features heavily as a social hub over the course of each series, islanders are never seen at lunchtime.

    And the girls and guys get the occasional break from flirting and game-playing thanks to four half day holidays over the course of the series.

    Laura said: “One group would go to the holding villa where we’d take off our mics and laze around the pool with our chaperones.”

    And they even get the odd tasty takeaway to keep them ticking over until they’re reunited with Just Eat and Deliveroo back home.

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    POOLE READY

    Love Island singleton Liberty Poole has splashed out £2000 on bikinis for the series.

    The 21-year-old former Nando's waitress has spared no expense to ensure she stands out when she hits the villa next week.

    She told the Daily Star: “I think I’ve got about 50 costumes and bikinis. I’ve got a different one for every day. They’re very glamorous bikinis, so you can expect to see a lot of gems.

    “And I’ve got some lacy underwear and stuff. I wear that day-to-day anyway. That’s my usual look, I’m very glamorous.”

    The student also revealed she hasn’t ruled out having sex in the villa – telling The Sun Online and other press: “I think if I was to answer this then my initial answer would be no."

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    HOW LONG WILL THE SHOW LAST? (CONTINUED)

    Speaking about Love Island’s cancellation last summer, Kevin Lygo, Director of Television at ITV told The Sun: “We have tried every way to make Love Island this summer.

    “But logistically it’s just not possible to produce it in a way that safeguards the well-being of everyone involved and that for us is the priority.

    “In normal circumstances we would be preparing very soon to travel out to the location in Mallorca to get the villa ready but clearly that’s now out of the question.

    “We are very sorry for fans of the show but making it safe is our prime concern and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021.”

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    HOW LONG IS LOVE ISLAND ON FOR?

    It’s unclear at this stage how long this year’s Love Island will last for.

    Previous series have dominated our TV screens for up to eight weeks of the summer.

    A lot could hinge on the coronavirus pandemic, with a surge in cases – or an outbreak on set – causing the show to be stopped prematurely.

    According to the Radio Times, the current series may last longer than usual because producers are concerned about a rise in Covid-19 cases over the winter.

    ITV aim to do two series a year of the hit TV show but it’s not been on air for around 18 months due to the pandemic.

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    BUST OF LUCK

    Love Island's Shannon Singh revealed it took a topless modelling agency just 11 minutes to sign her after she sent them a picture of her boobs.

    The saucy Scot, 22, sang the praises of her natural boobs on the Brown Girls Do It Too podcast, before saying they have drastically reduced in size.

    She explained: "My boobs have actually really shrunk. They've just left me, they've gone. I had the smallest waist and the biggest boobs, and they proper sat, good nipples."

    Explaining how her journey into topless modelling was a family affair, she said: "My mam goes to me 'you should do glamour, is it still a thing? You should do Page 3'. She took the topless photos of me, and we sent them off to a London agency, and I got signed within 11 minutes."

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    WATCH: LOVE ISLAND'S DEMI JONES FACES ANXIOUS SIX-MONTH WAIT TO FIND OUT IF SHE'S BEATEN CANCER

    Love Island’s Demi Jones faces anxious six-month wait to find out if she’s beaten cancer

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    MR HAMMOND

    Fans can’t get over a teacher being on this years Love Island.

    Hugo Hammond is a PE teacher from Hampshire.

    But fans are thinking what his students would say when ‘Mr Hammond’ appeared on screen.

    One Twitter user joked: “nah I’m crying the kids in his school are gonna have a right laugh.”

    Another said: “Imagine seeing your teacher on love island the pure embarrassment you’d feel if he got booted off first.”

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    LOVE SECRETS

    Love Island’s Laura Anderson has lifted the lid on all of the Majorcan villa’s hidden secrets.

    The series four runner-up revealed there’s a two-way larder in the kitchen area that producers use to host private chats with contestants.

    Speaking to Closer!, she said: “If you see someone coming out of ‘the larder’, there’s probably drama ahead!”

    And while the kitchen features heavily as a social hub over the course of each series, islanders are never seen at lunchtime.

    And the girls and guys get the occasional break from flirting and game-playing thanks to four half day holidays over the course of the series.

    Laura said: “One group would go to the holding villa where we’d take off our mics and laze around the pool with our chaperones.”

    And they even get the odd tasty takeaway to keep them ticking over until they’re reunited with Just Eat and Deliveroo back home.

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    SHE'S SCORED

    Love Island’s Liberty Poole has revealed she’s had no shortage of male attention in the past – with both footballers and boxers sliding into her DMs.

    But the 21-year-old former Nandos worker hasn’t had any luck dating and is gearing up for a summer of love – telling us she won’t rule out having sex in the villa.

    Speaking to The Sun Online and other press ahead of the launch, the Brummie said: “I think if I was to answer this then my initial answer would be no.

    “However I think sometimes if it is like a natural step in the relationship and you just don’t know what is going to happen in there – so I wouldn’t rule it out.”

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    'IF THE MOMENT'S RIGHT'

    Love Island’s Kaz Kamwi has said she is up for sex in the villa ‘after a really long lockdown’.

    The 26-year-old fashion blogger from Essex believes being intimate is an important part of any relationship and she won’t shy away from it on the show.

    Speaking to The Sun Online ahead of the launch, she said: “It (sex) is not something I am necessarily looking to run towards or run away from it.

    “It’s been a long lockdown. If I am with the right person and the moment feels right, I wouldn't rule it out.”

    She added: "I think sex is an important part of any relationship and I just think everyone needs it."

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    ‘I’M A SHAGGER’

    Love Island’s first physically disabled contestant Hugo Hammond bragged he was a “fine shagger” in an old video from his time at university.

    The PE teacher boasted to a group of male friends at a house party in 2019, holding a glass of champagne as he detailed his female conquests.

    In a video obtained by the MailOnline, Hugo, 24, who will become Love Island’s first physically disabled contestant, bragged to his pals.

    “I’m a shagger, a fine shagger, I’m a shagger my friends,” he can be heard shouting while enjoying himself at a university party.

    Hugo, who was born with a club foot, was studying at Oxford Brookes when the video was taken by pals, who said he partied more than studying.

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    WATCH: HOLLY WILLOUGHBY IN STITCHES AS THIS MORNING TRIES TO RECREATE 'YOU'VE GOT A TEXT' MOMENT

    Holly Willoughby in hysterics over Love Island blunder on This Morning as star attempts ‘I’ve got a text’ moment

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    WHY AREN’T MEAL TIMES FILMED?

    Meal times aren’t shown as this is seen as “down time” for the islanders, where they can relax and be off camera.

    But even though meals aren’t filmed, Olivia Attwood – who came third with Chris Hughes in the 2017 series – insisted nothing juicy ever happens during them, as producers insist conversation is kept to a minimum.

    Speaking to The Sun, she explained: “We eat with the producers but it runs like a boarding school.

    “When we have dinner, it’s like them telling us we need to clean the bedroom, that laundry day is tomorrow and asking us what we want for our breakfast the next day, all just things that make the house run smoothly.

    “So it’s nothing really exciting. It’s quite mundane stuff!”

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    WHERE CAN I GET THE LOVE ISLAND ROBE?

    The pink satin robe seen on the islanders can also be yours!

    It is on sale on the Love Island shop for £20 – and you can even personalise them.

    The luxe gown has 3/4 sleeves and a satin tie waist.

    Click here for more details.

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    WHERE DO LOVE ISLANDERS GET THEIR CLOTHES FROM?

    Avid Love Island viewers will know that the Islanders all bring their own suitcases with them into the villa.

    As you might expect, these bags are full to the brim of fresh fits which the contestants pick out themselves ahead of the show – but the contestants can rest assured that they will never be short of clothing.

    Fast fashion retailer I Saw It First is the official clothing sponsor of Love Island and kits out the Islanders with clothing for the duration of the show.

    In the summer of 2019, the brand saw off “heavy competition” to win the title of official clothing sponsor of Love Island.

    And the bid paid off, because immediately after the first summer episode aired, 250,000 new customers shopped on their site.

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    WHO ARE THE CONTESTANTS?

    The names of the contestants competing in this year's series have been revealed.

    The sizzling line-up is as follows:

    • Former Only Fans star Shannon Singh
    • Nando's waitress and marketing student Liberty Poole
    • Civil servant Sharon Gaffka
    • Fashion blogger Kaz Kamwi
    • Marketing executive Chloe Burrows
    • Lettings manager Faye Winter
    • Labourer Brad McClelland
    • Luxury events host Aaron Francis
    • Water engineer Jake Cornish
    • Semi-pro footballer Toby Aromolaran
    • PE teacher Hugo Hammond

     

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      WHEN DOES LOVE ISLAND START?

      Love Island will start on Monday, June 28 at 9pm.

      And the show will return to the iconic villa in Majorca.

      In a statement, ITV said: "Love Island returns for its seventh sizzling series, as a host of new singletons seek to find their perfect match.

      "Returning to ITV2, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date, couple up and try to avoid being 'dumped'."

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      'GET IN ME'

      Love Island 2021 star Faye Winter has revealed all in a promo video ahead of the highly-anticipated new series.

      The 26-year-old lettings manager, who will join the line-up of 11 sexy new hopefuls on Monday evening, boasted she is "great in bed" in the clip.

      She says: "I'm a fantastic girlfriend – I'll buy presents and cook you dinner. Actually, no. I don't do that. I don't actually know what I do or bring to the table."

      Laughing and blowing kisses, while offering a sultry stare to the camera, she quickly gushed: "I'm great in bed!"

      Faye quickly changed the subject by revealing she "boards guide dogs" in her spare time, "dropping them off at school" during the day.

      "I drop them off at school, go to work and live my best life at work, then I go back, pick them up overnight and have them all weekend," she explained, joking a potential new man would be "second to the dogs".

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      HOW LONG WILL THE SHOW LAST? (CONTINUED)

      Speaking about Love Island’s cancellation last summer, Kevin Lygo, Director of Television at ITV told The Sun: “We have tried every way to make Love Island this summer.

      “But logistically it’s just not possible to produce it in a way that safeguards the well-being of everyone involved and that for us is the priority.

      “In normal circumstances we would be preparing very soon to travel out to the location in Mallorca to get the villa ready but clearly that’s now out of the question.

      “We are very sorry for fans of the show but making it safe is our prime concern and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021.”

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      HOW LONG IS LOVE ISLAND ON FOR?

      It’s unclear at this stage how long this year’s Love Island will last for.

      Previous series have dominated our TV screens for up to eight weeks of the summer.

      A lot could hinge on the coronavirus pandemic, with a surge in cases – or an outbreak on set – causing the show to be stopped prematurely.

      According to the Radio Times, the current series may last longer than usual because producers are concerned about a rise in Covid-19 cases over the winter.

      ITV aim to do two series a year of the hit TV show but it’s not been on air for around 18 months due to the pandemic.

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