Love Islands Will says Casa Amor is torture as fans confused over side-by-side villas

Love Islands Will says Casa Amor is torture as fans confused over side-by-side villas

Love Island viewers were left confused on Monday's episode over how close the main villa and Casa Amor were located with Will Young even admitting the close proximity was "torture".

During the latest episode, the new Casa Amor boys Maxwell, Frankie, Bayley, Martin, Kain and Ryan met the girls for the first time.

And it wasn't long until music started to play as the girls started dancing and chanting with the boys, while the main Villa and boys could hear the party.

To which Kai Fagan pointed out: "It makes me miss them being able to hear them."

While Will, who is coupled with Jessie Wynter, said: "This is torture, isn't it?" adding over the noise: "Sorry, can they turn that down a little bit?"

Viewers were also left confused over the the main villa and Casa Amor's close proximity as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One person said: "These villas are so close together they can hear each other. Weird #LoveIsland."

A different account put: "God the Casa amor villa is so close to the main one. The boys can hear the girls #loveisland" with awkward emojis.

Another follower wrote: "Why is the other villa so close #LoveIsland #LoveIslandUK."

A different viewer said: "Has Casa Amor always been so close that you can hear it from the main villa? #loveisland."

While another Love Island fan added: "Why did they put the villas so close to each other? Its gonna mess with their heads there's gonna be carnage! #loveisland" with a crying laughing emoji.

However, the following morning, the boys in the main Villa received a shock as six new Casa Amor girls – Sammy, Layla, Cynthia, Lydia, Sanam and Lynda – made their entrance.

Sammy was the first to open the door into the garden as she said: “Hey boys, we heard you were alone!”

After they all introduced themselves, Casey and Shaq gave the girls a guided tour of the Villa. As they passed the kitchen, Lydia cheekily asked: "Is that where you’re going to be making me my coffee in the morning, Casey…?"

Love Island continues every day at 9pm on ITV2.


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