Love Island bosses will bring back Casa Amor and introduce 12 new islanders in a huge shake-up.
The sneaky second villa has previously delighted fans of the ITV2 dating contest - but this year questions emerged over its future.
First it appeared the twist would be scrapped completely, partly due to the ongoing duty of care scandal.
Then it emerged that producers had rented the property - but were considering using it for less controversial purposes.
However, it seems they're now sticking with its tried and tested formula, albeit with a slight twist.
According to The Sun, Casa Amor will open its doors once again but this year it'll be the girls moving to the raunchy residence with the boys staying at the main villa.
Fresh from tonight's double dumping, up to 12 new bombshells will then arrive - presumably six boys entering Casa Amor, and six girls joining the main villa.
The goal is to test the existing couples and see whether they'll stand by each other - or have their heads turned by fresh faces.
Chiefs are apparently looking for the sexiest candidates possible in a bid to cause maximum drama.
Couples facing a painful separation include 'power' duo Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart.
Meanwhile, newly-single contestants like Lucie Donlan will have the opportunity to find replacement partners.
Casa Amor caused shockwaves last year when Jack Fincham came face-to-face with his ex, Ellie Jones.
News of their reunion left Dani Dyer in tears - but she was unaware that he'd remained completely faithful to her.
Over 2,500 furious viewers complained to Ofcom over the incident, claiming she'd been needlessly misled.
Execs recently insisted that Love Island's new care guidelines would not affect the format of the show.
"Relationships in real life get tested and that is entirely normal," said ITV Studios director Angela Jain.
"So we are going to, and the Islanders are fully aware their relationships will be tested."
Love Island continues every night at 9.00pm on ITV2.