ITV has cancelled Sunday’s edition of Love Island following the death of the show off’s outdated host Caroline Flack.
The show off, now in its sixth assortment, had been because of air at 21: 00 GMT.
A lawyer for Flack’s family acknowledged she had taken her non-public existence. Flack became modified as host of the show off after being charged with assault last 365 days.
An ITV assertion acknowledged it had determined no longer to air Sunday’s show off “out of appreciate for Caroline’s family”, adding “all of us are completely devastated”.
“Many of us at ITV knew Caroline effectively and held her in great affection. All of us are completely devastated at this tragic news,” the assertion learn.
“After careful consultation between Caroline’s representatives and the Love Island production crew, and given how shut we easy are to the news of Caroline’s tragic death we beget now got determined no longer to broadcast tonight’s Love Island out of appreciate for Caroline’s family.
“Love Island will return the following day night that could perchance encompass a tribute to Caroline who will likely be forever in our hearts.”
Love Island’s first frigid climate assortment, which is being filmed in South Africa, is thanks to full on Sunday, 23 February.
Channel 4 confirmed rapidly after the presenter’s death that it can perhaps no longer broadcast its forthcoming show off The Surjury, which became to had been hosted by Flack.
A spokeswoman acknowledged: “We’re jumpy and saddened to listen to the tragic news about Caroline Flack. Our deepest sympathies exit to Caroline’s family and chums.
“Below the circumstances, we beget now got determined no longer to broadcast The Surjury.”
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