Love Island fans rush to complain as they spot major Casa Amor format change

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    Love Island fans were gobsmacked when they realised how close the Casa Amor villa was to the original villa on Monday night (February 13).

    Fans absolutely love the chaos that unfolds during the infamous Casa Amor episodes, where the boys and girls are separated and introduced to 12 new sexy singletons hoping to turn their heads.

    Normally, either the boys or girls are whisked away from the original villa on the saucy holiday, but it's also dubbed the 'ultimate relationship test' as islanders are often swayed by the bombshells which leads to them ditching their original partner.

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    On Monday, new hunks Frankie Davey, Bayley Mummery, Martin Akinola, Kain Reed, Ryan Weekley and Maxwell Samunda met the girls for a party so they could get to know each other.

    And sadly for the boys, they were left to their own devices as the female bombshells hadn't arrived yet.

    But it seems a lot of viewers were unhappy when they noticed that the Casa Amor villa was extremely close to the original one; so close in fact that the boys could hear the girls having fun with the new lads.

    One complained: "Why are they so close to each other, these producers will pay!"

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    Another asked: "Why is the other villa so close [frowning emoji]."

    A third fumed: "These villas are so close together they can hear each other. Weird."

    A fourth said: "Love Island are rude. In past seasons you don't hear the other house this clearly."

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