Caroline Flack Death – Celebrities React To Ex Love Island Host’s News
The former host of UK’s love drama series Love Island, Caroline Flack, was found dead in her East London apartment. At the age of 40, Caroline Flack’s death through alleged suicide has caused a stir among celebrities. They are yet again calling for better care and understanding of one another. The star began her career as an actress, later doing hosting gigs for reality television series.
Caroline Flack Death Is Horrendous News
Jameela Jamil looked torn after reading the news about Flack’s death. Flack was a target of intense media scrutiny in the months before her death due to her relationship issues with her boyfriend.
Jameela Jamil response:
It was only a matter of time before the media and a prolonged social media dogpile, hers lasted for MONTHS, pushed someone completely over the edge. Rest In Peace Caroline Flack. This is fucking horrendous.
Piers Morgan Told More Details
Even Piers Morgan could not contain himself to type out a support message to Flack after her death. Although there are a number of Twitter users who are calling out Piers Morgan’s dual-faced behaviours.
Caroline was a fun, bright & sparky person whose whole world collapsed recently, both professionally & personally. She told me it had been the worst time of her life, and was clearly struggling to cope with losing everything she held dear.
This is such sad, awful news. pic.twitter.com/UAzKOlmZFA
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 15, 2020
One Twitter user even blew the cover on Morgan’s current Twitter profile picture. Take a look:
Your profile picture is literally your head on a penguin, in reference to the time you said you identified as a penguin to undermine trans people, a community where nearly 50% have attempted suicide https://t.co/oyei5eQMTr
— Ruqaiya (@ruqaiya_h) February 15, 2020
Flack’s Death Is A Shock – Tess Daly
Daly wrote that the news about Caroline Flack’s death shocked and devastated her.
Absolutely shocked and devastated at this tragic news. Rest in peace Caroline you beautiful girl. My heart goes out to your family and loved ones at this time XXXX
— Tess Daly (@TessDaly) February 15, 2020
A Petition Against Media Coverage of Celebrities
Reuters is reporting that after less than 24 hours of Caroline Flack’s death, a petition launched wants the UK government to take notice into the uncontrolled media coverage of public figures. The petition has already gained tens of thousands of signatures.
A petition calling on the UK government to launch an inquiry into British media coverage of public figures has garnered tens of thousands of signatures less than 24 hours after television personality Caroline Flack was found dead in her apartment pic.twitter.com/UREO4LI6l5
— Reuters (@Reuters) February 16, 2020
James Black Also Tweeted To Show Support
Musician James Blake blames online and prints media for bullying, dehumanizing and hounding people. He called for more compassion and empathy.
#rip Caroline Flack. This is the effect of online and print bullying. This is what dehumanizing and hounding people leads to. As a society we need to find our compassion and empathy. We don’t know what other people are going through as they almost always present an ‘ok’ front.
— James Blake (@jamesblake) February 15, 2020
Former Contestant of Love Island UK Also Has Something To Share
Amber Davies was a contestant in season 3 of Love Island. At first, she tweeted that her heart is broken upon hearing the news. Moreover, she also tweeted a picture of her with Caroline Flack with a sad caption:
Love Island To Make A Special Episode For Flack
The TV show confirmed that they would not air Sunday’s episode and the Monday episode will be a tribute to their former host, Caroline Flack.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) February 16, 2020