Another Love Island Casa Amor bombshell has been revealed, according to online reports.

Natalia Zoppa, an events manager from Manchester, is reportedly entering the ITV2 show’s second villa on Sunday night.

It’s claimed Natalia, 20, will enter the villa alongside models Molly Smith, 25, Priscila Anyabu, 25, and Josh Kempton, who have all been named to enter the explosive second villa too in online reports.

One fan said: “‘She was the absolute life of the party’ – Natalia about Eva. Which party luv ???? She barely said two words.”

Whilst another said: “Natalia about Eva: She was the life of the party. Me: hOw?????”

A third fan asked sarcastically: “When Natalia said Eva was the life and soul of the party, what party were you at hun?”

A fourth viewer tweeted: “So apparently… according to Natalia. Eva was the ‘life of the party,’ which was coupled with a GIF of 2019 Love Island finalist Maura asking: ‘is she joking?’”

The brunette beauty is no stranger to swanning around in her swimwear, judging by her Instagram account.

The stunner has shared an array of sizzling hot bikini snaps from a number of exotic and lavish holidays.

Natalia is clearly a fan of a night out or too also – sharing a number of photos of herself dressed up online before hitting Manchester.

The tweets kept on coming, as this fan slammed Natalia: “My socks have been on me feet longer than Eva was in that villa, what party was she the life of….. leave it out Natalia you’re next babe.”

Another fan asked: “I want to know what Party Natalia is referring Eva to being the life of because ????”

One more fan asked: “Natalia saying that Eva was “the life of the party.” are u sure?”

The Islanders were stunned to see Eva and Nas, who had been in the villa since day one, booted from the villa along with Rebecca and Jordan.

Natalia joined the show as one of the six bombshells in Casa Amor and seemed to have a spark with Luke M.

That soon fizzled out as she revealed she does not feel any sexual chemistry with the 24-year-old and things between the two ended pretty swiftly.

The 20-year-old was slammed by fans who believe she used the heating engineer as a ticket to remain on the show.

She disgusted viewers after saying she had gone off Luke just a day after entering the main villa.

Eva was able to woo Nas in casa Amor, meaning that he would dump Demi and leave her single, to the disappointment of many Love Island fans.

The builder was branded a snake for leaving Demi, the only girl that had shown an interest in him romantically before Casa Amor.

One person said: “dude I’m so disappointed in Nas!!”

Another added: “How can Nas snake the first girl that gave him a chance.”

It’s claimed Love Island bosses want to ‘spice up’ the show this weekend by bringing back Casa Amor.

The controversial challenge will see the lads shipped off to a separate luxury bolthole in South Africa, filled with six new single female contestants.

The explosive twist will see the current male islanders taken away to a separate luxury villa in South Africa, filled with six new single female contestants.

Meanwhile, the current girl islanders will remain in the main villa and see if they get their heads turned by six new lads.

A TV source told The Source: “Bosses are determined to cause a real stir this year with Casa Amor and have drafted in the sexiest singles yet.

“The new Cape Town Casa Amor is just a short distance away from the main villa and as the girls and boys split, there’ll be tons of temptation in the form of gorgeous bombshells hoping to turn heads.”

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