Love Island romp predicted as bosses’ villa location trick sends sparks flying

Love Island 2022 is set to be sexier than ever, one expert has claimed – due to the unique feng shui surrounding the villa.

With two new bombshells, Ekin-Su and Afia, already causing a stir around the place things are getting tense, with viewers predicting Ekin-Su could be about to 'humble' her fellow contestant Gemma Owen.

And viewers can expect more sensual touches than ever this series, as celebrity psychic Inbaal Honigman has dished all on the unique positioning of the villa, which is set to encourage "physical touch, hugging and stroking".

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, she explained: "In terms of Feng Shui, the high mountain which we see right at the back of the house, is actually very lucky, and provides a connection to the heavens.

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"Could we have a very spiritual bunch in this summer? Expect some talk of star signs and manifesting. A high mountain at the back of a house signifies safety and security, like a high back chair."

She added: "The sprawling meadow at the front of the house suggests peace and tranquillity. This feels like a safe bit of land. It is very unlikely that any disasters or tragedies occurred in that location, and this has likely always been farming land, which is very positive for the contestants.

"The earth element, which rules farming lands, is the same element associated with physical touch, hugging and stroking."

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It won't all be love in the air, however, as Inbaal said things will get "vindictive and catty".

She explained: "There's an interesting union of opposites, between the high mountains behind the house, and the low valley in front. Another set of opposites is the high part of the house and the low structure.

"This tells me two things – firstly, that the highs in the show will be very high, and the lows very low. We will have some very romantic connections, and even true love, but the fights will be vindictive and catty.

"Secondly, we're likely to see couples who aren't the obvious choice for one another. Not two athletic types together and two comedians together, but a love story of a sporty babe and a funny bloke."

Turning her attention to the styling of the villa, Inbaal added that the muted colours will bring out physical touch more than ever.

She said: "The colours and styling are very muted, which again invokes the earth element, bringing physical touch to the fore. The couples will connect not via how they look to each other, but how they feel.

"The neutral colours, as opposed to the previous villa's colourful offerings, also give us a neutral background – the contestants' personalities will shine, not the villa.

"This season is about the lovers themselves, not about the glitz."

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