Love Island fans beg ITV2 producers to bring back dramatic Casa Amor postcards

As the highly anticipated Casa Amor began properly on Love Island in Monday's episode, viewers are now begging ITV producers to bring back the postcards.

Fans were shocked at the already raunchy start of Casa Amor, which has seen the original six girls secretly run away from the villa for a "girls holiday" in another villa, where they were met with six new boys, Frankie Davey, 22, Kain Reed, 21, Ryan Weekley, 22, Maxwell Samuda, 23, Bayley Mummery, 25, and Martin Akinola, 27.

Meanwhile, the six original guys left in the villa got a visit from six new girls, who have already left an impression with the guys.

Monday's episode saw the original islanders get to know the new Casa Amor bombshells as they're apart from their partners.

Fans have been shocked at what they've seen so far, as even the favourite couples to win have been testing their limits, like when they saw Will Young leaning forward to kiss bombshell Layla Al-Momani in a new teaser for Tuesday's episode, despite having previously been smitten by Jessie Wynter.

Meanwhile, Tanya Manhenga, who has been coupled up with Shaq Muhammad since the start of the show, also appears to be interested in getting to know the new bombshells, after having had an argument with Shaq just before leaving for Casa Amor which lead her to compare Shaq to her ex.

Viewers took to Twitter to express their shock, and soon begged the ITV producers to bring back the classic postcard part of the show, to show the other villa what the opposite gender have been up to.

One viewer said: "Anyone else feel like no one is coming out of casa alone? producers if you're listening bring back the postcard and bring back the challenge where the public say what they think about the islanders/couples #loveIsland if theres no real love we need real drama/ entertainment."

A second one said: "PLEASE BRING BACK THE POSTCARD #loveIsland" as a third added: "Send the fkin postcards in now #LoveIsland."

"They need to do the postcard ting this year pls. I need it for my blood #LoveIsland," a fourth said.

In pasts series when Casa Amor takes place, a postcard is delivered to the Islanders, showing highlights of what is happening in the other villa.

Last series did not include the postcard at the end of Casa Amour, leaving fans disappointed as the cards often stir up some more drama and forces the contestants to be honest ahead of the recoupling.

Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.


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