Love Island’s heartbreaking tragedies as show faces major revamp this year

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Love Island fans are patiently waiting for the show to return this summer.

And the ITV2 series is rumored to have changes when it returns.

The film’s producers are said to be looking for a new location to film, but it will still include iconic elements including a fire pit and swimming pool.

The show returned last year after a two-year hiatus. It was paused due to coronavirus restrictions at the time.

However, the show has encountered some tragedies in the face of the Covid chaos.

Caroline Flack – who is known for her role as the host of the hot dating show – tragically took her own life the day after Valentine’s Day 2020.






Caroline Flack tragically dies in 2020

Contestants Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon also tragically died shortly after appearing on the show – although ITV had no connection to their deaths.

Here are the tragedies that have occurred so far as the show gears up for a very soon comeback.

Caroline Flack

The telecommunications presenter sadly passed away at the age of 40 – and the devastating news came as a shock to everyone.

A lawyer for the Flack family confirmed that Caroline took her own life and was found in her east London flat.

Following the tragic news, ITV pulled an episode of Love Island after releasing a statement about the TV presenter.

An ITV statement said: “Everyone at Love Island and ITV is shocked and saddened by this incredibly sad news.







Caroline was found dead at her home in East London
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“Caroline was a much-loved member of the Love Island team and we offer our sincerest condolences to her family and friends.”

Caroline – who has also been on the X Factor, Xtra Factor and I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp – presented Love Island as early as 2015 – until 2019, when her good friend Laura Whitmore took on the assignment. MC.

She resigned as host at the time when she was arrested and charged with assault by beating after allegedly selling herself to her boyfriend.

After the news broke, the TV star decided to withdraw from Love Island, as she felt it was best not to host the 2020 series so that her private life would not be overshadowed by the series.







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At the time, Caroline confessed Love Island has been “her world for the last 5 years” in an emotional post on Instagram.

Just three weeks before she was put on trial for allegedly assaulting Lewis, the world learned that Caroline had tragically taken her own life.

The trial ended after the court received her death certificate.

The news was confirmed by her family, who paid tribute to her, as well as her loyal fans.

Mike Thalassitis

Former soccer player Mike starred on the 2017 series Love Island – and he shot to fame after appearing on the show.

However, the reality TV star passed away tragically at the age of 26.

He was found dead in March 2019 in a park near his childhood home in Edmonton, North London.

An inquest ruled that he died by suicide after using cocaine and alcohol.







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Mike was reportedly struggling with debts and grieving in the days leading up to his death, according to sources.

Pals told The Mirror he was devastated after his beloved wife passed away aged 94 – he moved into her home to be her full-time carer in the past few days. week before she passed away.

Sources also said that Mike is facing huge debts after living excessively with a party lifestyle. He is also said to have had a broken heart following his split from Megan McKenna.

“He was always the perfect gentleman and would take the bill everywhere we went,” a source told us.

“But his partying lifestyle came at a cost and he didn’t make much money after Love Island, especially when he became his nanny’s carer.”

A source told The Sun: “It is tragic to die at such a young age.







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“Mike has so much left to live for. He’s opening a restaurant in Essex with a friend. He’s grieving the loss of his wife.

“There’s so much going on for his future that this is really pointless.”

After Mike’s sudden death, his friend Montana Brown – also from series three of the show – revealed his heartbreaking final messages to her.

“He sent his friend a text,” said Montana, “Dude, I don’t think I’ll see you again. I don’t think I’ll see you again. “And his friend doesn’t understand – what about you? It’s not normal for someone to text you things like that.”

Sophie Gradon

The former Miss England 2009 star first appeared on Love Island in 2016.

Two years after appearing on the show, she was found dead at her parents’ home in Medburn, Ponteland, on June 20, 2018.

Sophie was just 32 years old when she tragically passed away.







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An inquest ruled that she took her own life by hanging after taking cocaine and and enough alcohol to cause her to exceed the legal driving limit by two and a half times, an inquest into The Love Island star’s death has been released.

No third party involvement.

She was found hanged in the living room by her boyfriend Aaron Armstrong and brother Ryan, who drove to her home after growing concerns about Sophie’s lack of social media activity.

Ryan called 999 while Aaron desperately tried CPR on Sophie for 15 minutes, even though she was cold and her arm had turned blue.

In March 2019, her friends insisted she “did not kill herself” and that “something sinister happened”.

The Mirror exclusively revealed that the investigation into Sophie’s death has been shelved after her grieving parents received new information.

Her mother Deborah later told Online email “There’s nothing to support” the suicide theory, and police revealed they were trying to access data from the late star’s iPhone.

Sophie’s close friend Jasmine Lennard expressed her own views on the tragedy, emphasizing that she also convinced Sophie not to take her own life.

In a series of Twitter posts, Jasmine wrote: “I called it. From day ONE… Well. I knew it.”

She added about Sophie’s parents: “They [the parents] is probably working now that she doesn’t [kill herself].

“Something sinister happened…

“The truth will come out. It won’t bring her back. But I want the truth out for her.

“If she hadn’t taken her life, which I don’t believe she would have. She would want her parents to know that 100 [per cent]. “






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However, Jasmine later retracted her comment after speaking with Aaron’s brother.

She said on Twitter: “Speaking today with family members of Aaron Armstrong. They shared with me the details of the night Sophie passed and also when her body was discovered. The information they shared with me was truly shocking and revealing I no longer believe he was present at the time of her death or that he played any role in it.

“I feel deeply for his family members who have to deal with the fake news that today’s press alludes to that he has some involvement, it’s deeply hurtful for them and for me. I sincerely apologize for my misjudgment.I personally apologize.

“I will not share the details of what was discussed because that is not my place. When the time is right, Aaron’s family will share the facts and clarify his name and any Any other party assumes any responsibility will be disclosed. has nothing to do with it though.”

As the investigation got underway in April, North Shields Coroners Court heard she had expressed thoughts of suicide shortly before being found dead and had texted a male friend in the early hours of the morning. June 20 to discuss how she is “wrestling with the world”.

Sergeant Neill Jobling of Northumbria Police told the hearing that Sophie had said she “couldn’t do this any more” and “I’ve made it through and back again”.

In another message sent at 01:44, she told her friend: “I would never want to do that to my family but if I could escape, I would.”

Sophie’s loss has left her famous friends in mourning.

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