The entertainment world lost many famous faces in 2019, including Prodigy singer Keith Flint, Hollywood actor Albert Finney and music star Doris Day.
The “health and safety” of programme participants is ITV’s “highest priority”, the broadcaster’s director of television has said.
Jeremy Kyle is piloting a new show to air on ITV months after his flagship programme was axed, the broadcaster’s director of television Kevin Lygo has said.
An ITV chief has branded the abuse some Love Island contestants receive on social media as “absolutely disgusting”.
The families of Love Island contestants have been offered access to counselling.
Amy Hart has broken her social media silence since quitting Love Island to say it was a “scary decision” to leave the show but the right thing to do.
Love Island’s Amy Hart said she quit the show in order to protect her mental health after seeing her former partner moving on with another woman.
Vicky Pattison has urged people to be more mindful about what they say on social media about this year’s Love Island stars, as she called out the “internet culture of hate”.
Love Island’s Joe Garratt has refused to apologise for his behaviour on the programme, and insisted he never tried to “control” fellow contestant Lucie Donlan.
ITV said it provided psychological support to Love Island stars who appear upset after the show was criticised by a domestic violence charity over the “possessive” behaviour of a contestant.
Former Love Island star Montana Brown has urged people to keep the memory of her fellow contestant Mike Thalassitis alive.
Love Island star Mike Thalassitis was found hanged in a park after taking cocaine and alcohol and leaving notes to his family making clear his intention to kill himself, an inquest has heard.
The inquest into the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis will open today.
Love Island winner Jack Fincham and Blue singer Lee Ryan are among the stars taking part in this year’s Celebs Go Dating.
Caroline Flack has said she is “not a robot” and sympathises with Love Island contestants going through relationship turmoil.
Love Island contestants will be given a minimum of eight therapy sessions as part of an enhanced duty of care process outlined by ITV ahead of the new series.
The new series of Love Island will start on Monday June 3, ITV has confirmed.
Danniella Westbrook said she would not be alive without the help of Jeremy Kyle as she spoke about her appearances on his programme, which has been cancelled permanently by ITV.
Comedian Jason Manford has spoken for the first time about his struggles with mental health.
Love Island winner Dani Dyer has said that many of her fellow contestants struggled after their time on the reality show, but that ITV’s producers were “just a phone call away”.