Love Island will not air on ITV on Sunday night (16 February) out of respect for Caroline Flacks family, following the death of its former presenter.
The show will return in its normal slot on Monday night, with a tribute to Flack who was found dead at her flat after taking her own life.
An ITV spokesperson said: Many people at ITV knew Caroline well and held her in great affection. All of us are absolutely devastated at this tragic news.
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After careful consultation between Carolines representatives and the Love Island production team and given how close we still are to the news of Carolines tragic death we have decided not to broadcast tonights Love Island out of respect for Carolines family.
Love Island will return tomorrow night which will include a tribute to Caroline who will be forever in our hearts.
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‘Live at the Indigo2’ TV – 2008 – Presenter, Caroline Flack
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Caroline Flack gets in a flap when she spots a spider on her leg during live transmission in 2009
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TV presenter Caroline Flack is dressed for the occasion as she encourages the nation to get Red Nose Day ready.
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Caroline Flack attending the launch of Strictly Come Dancing 2014, at Elstree Studios
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‘Loose Women’ TV Programme, London, Britain. – 12 Jan 2015
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Fashion For Relief Show, Autumn Winter 2015, London Fashion Week, Britain – 19 Feb 2015
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‘Love Island’ TV Programme. – Jun 2015
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‘Love Island’ TV Series – Jun 2017
(Series 3, Episode 1) – Caroline Flack
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‘Love Island’ TV Series – Jun 2017
Caroline Flack. – Series 3
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British Academy Television Awards, Ceremony, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK – 13 May 2018
Caroline Flack, Reality & Constructed Factual Award, ‘Love Island’
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‘Love Island’ TV Show, Series 4, Episode 57, The Final, Majorca, Spain – 30 Jul 2018
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‘Love Island’ TV Show, Series 5, Episode 48, Majorca, Spain – 27 Jul 2019
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‘Live at the Indigo2’ TV – 2008 – Presenter, Caroline Flack
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Caroline Flack gets in a flap when she spots a spider on her leg during live transmission in 2009
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‘The Whole 19 Yards’ TV Programme, 2010
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‘Minute To Win It’ TV Programme. – 2011
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The X Factor Live’ Xtra Factor TV Programme, London, Britain – 12 Nov 201
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The X Factor Live’ Xtra Factor TV Programme, London, Britain – 12 Nov 201
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Sunday Brunch’ TV Programme, London, Britain – 03 Jun 2012
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‘The X Factor Final Live’ TV Programme, Manchester Central Convention Centre, Manchester, Britain – 09 Dec 2012
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TV presenter Caroline Flack is dressed for the occasion as she encourages the nation to get Red Nose Day ready.
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Caroline Flack attending the launch of Strictly Come Dancing 2014, at Elstree Studios
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‘Loose Women’ TV Programme, London, Britain. – 12 Jan 2015
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Fashion For Relief Show, Autumn Winter 2015, London Fashion Week, Britain – 19 Feb 2015
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‘Love Island’ TV Programme. – Jun 2015
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‘Love Island’ TV Series – Jun 2017
(Series 3, Episode 1) – Caroline Flack
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‘Love Island’ TV Series – Jun 2017
Caroline Flack. – Series 3
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British Academy Television Awards, Ceremony, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK – 13 May 2018
Caroline Flack, Reality & Constructed Factual Award, ‘Love Island’
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‘Love Island’ TV Show, Series 4, Episode 57, The Final, Majorca, Spain – 30 Jul 2018
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‘Love Island’ TV Show, Series 5, Episode 48, Majorca, Spain – 27 Jul 2019
Flack was set to face trial in March over allegations that she had assaulted her boyfriend Lewis Burton at her flat, which she denied.
She stepped down from her role as Love Island presenter following the allegations and was replaced by Laura Whitmore for the winter series.
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Whitmore paid tribute to Flack on her radio show this morning, calling out clickbait news and online trolls for their treatment of her friend in the weeks before her death.
Tributes for Flack have also been pouring in from industry figures on Twitter.
Others have been calling for Love Island to be axed permanently, while her forthcoming show The Surjury was cancelled by Channel 4.
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