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'Love Island' Will Air Tribute To Caroline Flack On This Week's Episode

'Love Island' Will Air Tribute To Caroline Flack On This Week's Episode
February 17, 2020 - 00:08 / Lucas Anderson

ITV has decided to move its Sunday, February 16, episode of Love Island to Monday out of respect for Caroline Flack's family. Flack was the show's former host. She tragically died by suicide at the age of 40 on February 15.

Love Island was set to air its usual Sunday night episode on February 16. But in view of former host Caroline Flack's tragic passing, the show's network, ITV, elected to push the episode to the evening of Monday, February 17.

Love Island's new episode will also include a tribute to Caroline Flack, the popular long-time host of the show.

Former Love Island host Caroline Flack has died at the age of 40. Suicide is confirmed. 

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Caroline Flack hosted Love Island from 2015-2019

Flack stepped down from her hosting duties on Love Island ahead of the show's sixth and current season after she was charged with assault. The incident reportedly involved her boyfriend, Richard Burton.

Burton disputed the validity and press coverage of the charges during Flack's trial.

Flack had hosted Love Island from its inception in 2015 until 2019.

Caroline Flack attends The BRIT Awards 2019 held at The O2 Arena on February 20, 2019 in London, England

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Caroline Flack (1979-2020)

Over the years, Flack had also been attached to romances and rumours with high-profile names including Prince Harry and Harry Styles.

Sadly, the English TV and radio presenter died at the age of 40 on February 15.