This year's Love Island 2017 is reportedly set to see a secret second house come into play.
So far we've got a total of 11 Islanders living in a luxury villa in Spain, but there's apparently more than meets the eye to this year's surroundings.
Show bosses are said to be hiding a whole second house, which they plan to use to cause all sorts of trouble.
A source spilled: "Very soon the secret house will be revealed on the show. Whenever it's been done on Big Brother it's always worked really well and kept things exciting."
The insider told the Daily Star newspaper: "Having the second house will give the producers a chance to stage fake evictions but secretly keep contestants in the show.
"It could also be a great chance to give loved-up couples some time away from their rivals to really get to know each other without any pressure."
Love Island's third season only kicked off on Monday but already producers have been up to mischief.
First, they introduced an extra girl Jess to the villa who had to split up one of the five couples.
Now tonight, two new guys are on their way and the public will decide who they date.
Chris Hughes and Jonny Mitchell were unveiled at the end of last night's episode and will enter the villa in tonight's show.
In this evening's episode, the viewer results will be revealed and the guys will go on a date with the girl the fans have matched them with.
The dates will be followed by the first recoupling of the series which will ultimately see the first evictions from the villa.
Love Island 2017 airs nightly on ITV2 at 9PM.