Love Island 2020 bosses are going to shake up the show with a Casa Amor style twist.
The first ever winter series of Love Island is set for a bombshell twist this weekend.
Six new girls and a six new guys are set to enter the show as the original Islanders are split between two villas.
It's been confirmed that the current boys will move into a second Cape Town Casa Amor villa joined by six new female Islanders.
Meanwhile, the girls will stay in the main villa where six new boys will make their entrance.
A teaser from ITV2 reads: "The anticipated twist will see the Girls and Boys split as one group will move into a brand new Cape Town Casa Amor which will be full of temptation in the form of a gorgeous bunch of brand new bombshells.
"Meanwhile, the Islanders left in the Main Villa will welcome a new set of sexy singletons, all ready to catch their eyes... and feelings."
The Casa Amor twist was first introduced in the 2017 summer's series and has become a regular part of the show as couples put through the ultimate test of loyalty.
The current couples are: Finley Tapp and Paige Turley, Luke Trotman and Siânnise Fudge, Callum Jones and Shaughna Phillips, Luke Mabbott and Jess Gale, Wallace Wilson and Rebecca Gormley, Nas Majeed and Demi Jones and Mike Boateng and Sophie Piper.
However in last night's show, Mike revealed his feelings for Jess.
Following the latest recoupling, he pulled Jess for a chat and confessed: “Had it been me that was able to pick first I would have picked you.”
He adds: “I’m a little bit upset I didn’t get it my way. But I’m not going to let it stop me getting to know you.”
And tonight Jess confesses: “I need to give it more time. Now, my doubts with Luke could potentially push me towards Mike.”
Love Island 2020 continues nightly on ITV2.
Alongside the main show, Laura Whitmore hosts spin-off After Sun on Mondays at 10PM.