MP Daisy Cooper speaks about Caroline Flack and media hounding

Former 'Love Island' host Caroline Flack dead at 40

Death of former Love Island presenter Caroline Flack highlights problems with UK press

The death of former "Love Island" host Caroline Flack has sparked a number of petitions calling for changes to United Kingdom laws regarding how the media operate and to ensure that the mental health and human rights of celebrities are respected. Sunday hosted no episode, while Saturday aired an "Unseen Bits" episode that recapped the show's last week.

Iain Stirling paid an emotional tribute to his good friend and colleague Caroline Flack on Monday night's Love Island.

"Caroline and me, we were together from the very start of Love Island, and her passion, warmth and infectious enthusiasm were a crucial part of what made the show connect with millions of viewers". My exclusively hope is that we are able to all attempt to be kinder, at all times show love and hear to each other. Far from his usual sardonic commentary, Stirling's voice cracked as he delivered the final line of the tribute: "I'm going to miss you, Caz". "I can't stand that show but she loved it & would want it to continue".

Kevin Lygo, director of television at ITV, told Newsweek there will be no Love Island: Aftersun Monday night, or Love Island: The Morning After podcast on Tuesday morning.

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He said: "Everyone at ITV is absolutely devastated and still trying to process this tragic news". Viewers might relate to her and she or he to them and that was an enormous a part of the programme's success.

Miss Flack's ex-fiance, Andrew Brady said prosecutors are being wrongfully blamed for her death and they are the only "just people" involved.

It comes just two days after the 40-year-old presenter was found dead in her home in Stoke Newington, London, by her father.

In a moving interview Richard Bacon, who knew Caroline Flack, reflected on the effect tabloids and trolling may have had on her and championed empathy instead. Which is why a show like Love Island was important to her, because the show is about finding love, friendship, having a laugh. Miss Flack can be seen adjusting her TV set, while the image has the caption: "'Our amusing valentine bought us cookies and oat milk this year".

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"@LoveIsland is on at 9pm... please show the islanders some love".

Among the headlines from the last few months include one which described Flack as the "neighbour from hell" and another which looked at how fans were joking that she was watching "in tears" as Laura Whitmore took her place as Love Island host.

Love Island is the biggest show on TV network ITV and has a huge following in the UK. For Caroline to feel that death was the only way out breaks my heart. You were a true friend to me.

"I'm taking some time out to get feeling better and learn some lessons from situations I've got myself into to. I've lost something today that I'll never ever get back, and that's you", he said. "Caroline was with Lou and other friends and so everyone was satisfied she would be OK".

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How to get help: In the US, call theNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

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