Love Island's Casa Amor 'still being built'
'Love Island' bosses are reportedly still building Casa Amor.
The ITV2 dating show's current series is yet to introduce the spin-off villa and it's said the finishing touches are still being put on the new Majorca site.
An insider told The Sun newspaper: "Everyone is working around the clock to make sure it looks the part, but it's just not quite ready yet.
"As soon as it is, they're going to have it on screen."
The side-house - which was axed from the US and South African versions of the programme - sees hafl of the contestants move in where they're introduced to a new group of Islanders.
Meanwhile, 'Love Island' host Laura Whitmore has suggested the show is "saving the extra chilli" until Casa Amor officialy opens up.
She said: "Casa Amor hasn't happened yet, and that throws a massive spanner in the works. It'll all change.
"I will be there when it hits the fan. It is spicy, and we're not even halfway...
"Casa Amor. I tells ya. We're saving the extra chilli for then."
Meanwhile, three girls and three boys are facing the axe from the show on tonight's episode (21.07.21) after finding themeslves at the bottom of the public vote.
The public had been choosing their favourite girl and favourite boy in the villa, and at the end of Tuesday’s show (20.07.21), the islanders gathered around the fire pit to discover the results.
Chloe, Lucinda, and AJ were named as the three least favourite girls by the voting public, while Danny, Teddy, and Toby, were the least favourite boys.
However, only one girl and one boy will be dumped from the villa.
The deciding vote will be made by the remaining islanders - Faye Winter, Hugo Hammond, Jake Cornish, Aaron Francis, Kaz Kamwi, Liberty Poole, Liam Reardon, and Millie Court.