LONDON (Reuters) – British broadcaster ITV (ITV.L) claimed its well known actuality exhibit “Love Island” would return on Monday right after it was taken off air adhering to the dying of former presenter Caroline Flack.
Flack, forty, who appeared on quite a few of ITV’s most important entertainment demonstrates and gained Britain’s model of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2014, was observed lifeless in her London flat on Saturday.
She experienced stepped down from presenting “Love Island” right after she was charged with assaulting her boyfriend in December, a cost she denied.
The broadcaster canceled Sunday’s exhibit adhering to her dying. Media experiences quoted her attorney as declaring she experienced taken her possess existence.
“Many individuals at ITV realized Caroline effectively and held her in wonderful passion,” an ITV spokesman claimed on Sunday. “All of us are totally devastated at this tragic news.
“After mindful consultation between Caroline’s reps and the Really like Island creation crew and provided how shut we still are to the news of Caroline’s tragic dying we have resolved not to broadcast tonight’s Really like Island out of respect for Caroline’s spouse and children.”
He claimed the dating exhibit would return on Monday with a tribute to its former presenter who would “be without end in our hearts”.
Her administration organization claimed she experienced been “under huge pressure” because she was charged.
Flack’s dying brought on an outpouring of emotion and grief from friends, stars and lovers.
Laura Whitmore, who is presenting the recent collection of “Love Island”, paid out tribute to her friend on BBC radio on Sunday.
“Caroline loved to really like. That is all she preferred,” she claimed. “That’s why a exhibit like Really like Island was critical to her, since the exhibit is about finding really like, friendship, obtaining a chuckle.”
Reporting by Paul Sandle Enhancing by Alison Williams