Love Island 2021: Fans ‘missing’ Caroline Flack 

Love Island 2021: Fans ‘missing’ Caroline Flack 

Love Island 2021: Fans are ‘missing’ Caroline Flack 

Love Island viewers have paid tribute to Caroline Flack as the show returned on Monday night.

A new group of islanders are heading to the villa in the search for love and a chance at winning £50K. 

Laura Whitmore will return as host for a second time after taking over during the 2020 winter series in South Africa. 

Caroline Flack initially presented Love Island from 2015 to 2019, she tragically ended her life in February last year. 

As Monday night’s show kicked off, many fans shared their favourite memories of Caroline Flack on the show.

 

“Think it’s so sad not seeing Caroline Flack walking out on Love Island,” one viewer wrote.

“Doesn’t hit the same without Caroline Flack,” another echoed.

Paying tribute, one Twitter user wrote: “As we begin the new series of #LoveIsland let’s take a minute to remember Caroline Flack, who is so dearly missed.”

“It’s just not Love Island without Caroline Flack and her slow mo walk,” one tweet read.

Another commenter added: “Love Island just doesn’t give what it’s meant to give without Caroline Flack. There’s a certain je na sais quoi that’s missing.”

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

If you are experiencing feelings of distress and isolation, or are struggling to cope, Samaritans offers support. You can speak to someone in confidence over the phone on 116 123 (UK and ROI), email jo@samaritans.org, or visit the Samaritans website here.


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