Photos reveal interior of Caroline Flack's London apartment

Brenda Watkins
February 18, 2020

The 40-year-old TV personality was found dead in her London home this Saturday, with Greg describing the news as "devastating". He added that Flack's "warmth and infectious enthusiasm" were "crucial" to the show's success. Until the final scene - where couples had to choose two other pairs to send home - the entire show felt both strangely light-hearted and unusually subdued, an uncanny version of its usual self.

She was the focus of countless negative articles and was trolled across social media for the assault charge.

Her voice cracking, she said: "Yesterday we lost someone before their time. So sad. Another awesome person taken from this cruel world", while Amber Gill added: "My heart is actually broken", and series four victor Jack Charles posted: "Truly in shock after hearing such devastating news, it was a real pleasure knowing you Caroline, my thoughts are with your family and loved ones".

"Whether you knew her or didn't know her, especially if you employed her, what you're dealing with is someone who's vulnerable and needs some help".

Monday's episode continued as normal following the tribute to Flack, albeit with a slightly more sober tone to Stirling's usually acerbic voiceover. You were a true friend to me.

Highbury Corner Magistrates" Court heard that, in the aftermath of the alleged incident, Miss Flack told police "I did it' and then warned she would kill herself. The ITV programme did not air on Sunday night, but will be back on tonight with a tribute showreel to Flack. The image was repeated at the end of the episode. There have been constant failings in mental health support throughout the genre, and Love Island is by no means alone in this.

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In a statement released on Monday, ITV's director of television Kevin Lygo said staff at the TV station were "devastated" and "still trying to process this tragic news".

Kerry, 39, explained: "Regarding our messages to one another, I don't know if I did the right thing in putting those up on social media but I do feel like her death can not be in vain". The Love Island host had been dating Lewis Burton, who she was accused of assaulting.

She pleaded not guilty and was set to face a trial in March.

"Been advised not to go on social media ... but I wanted to say happy Christmas to everyone who has been so incredibly kind to me this year", she wrote. "Love Island will return tomorrow night which will include a tribute to Caroline who will be forever in our hearts". Bail conditions had stopped Flack having any contact with Mr Burton ahead of the trial.

Channel 4 has said it will not broadcast its forthcoming show The Surjury, which was to have been hosted by Flack.

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