Love Island’s Amy Hart got emotional as she paid homage to the late Caroline Flack during a candid interview about Thursday’s Good Morning Britain episode.
The 26-year-old reality star broke out on the support of the ex-Island Isle host as she endured a strong public puzzle on Curtis Pritchard in the 2019 series of the reality show ITV2 and when she received death threats online during the his stay in the villa.
The star said: “It was a huge part of the biggest thing that happened in my life and it was fantastic, putting us all at ease on the first day, between breaks, asking” are you ok girls? “to shake my hand when I came back from Casa Amor.
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Moved: Love Island’s Amy Hart got emotional as she paid homage to the late Caroline Flack during a candid interview on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain episode
Here’s for you: the 26-year-old reality star broke open on the support of the ex-island presenter while she endured a very public heartbreak on Curtis Pritchard in the 2019 series of the reality show ITV2 and when she received threats of died online during his time in the villa
‘Basically he tells me to shut up because I was discovering my soul when I shouldn’t have been and then at AfterSun, the afterparty made me sit down and explained everything to me, how to go on and how the industry is.
Amy became visibly emotional when she revealed how Caroline had contacted her best friend when Amy had received death threats on social media.
He said: ‘He also contacted my best friend about how to navigate the dark world of social media.
“My friend published a post on the death threats I was receiving and Caroline followed her and sent her a message saying” Okay, ignore them and go ahead. ”
He said: He said, “He also contacted my best friend about how to navigate the dark world of social media.”
” I was gutted, I was really gutted. I send my love to her family and friends, I haven’t known her for a long time. The change it has made for all of us. It went far beyond her role as a presenter. ”
Amy is once again looking for love on reality TV and appears in the new Celebs Go Dating series on E4.
Speaking of his experience, he said: “I entered there very superficially thinking” Right, I want to meet someone. “They are going to find people for me to date, but the real journey is going on … because Anna [Williamson] and Paolo [Carrick Brunson] they are both councilors, so in addition to attending is a therapy.
“I thought I would only talk about my dates, but they go into everything: past relationships, your story of when you were a child and how it relates to what you do now.”
Brave: She said: ‘My friend published a post on the death threats I was receiving and Caroline followed her and sent her a message saying “Okay, ignore them and go ahead” “
Tragic: the star said: “It was a huge part of the biggest thing that happened in my life and it was fantastic”
Amy added: ‘It’s really useful. Like I said, I went there looking for something and went out with this completely different atmosphere. “
Host Kate Garraway asked Amy if he was heartbroken or overwhelmed when he left Love Island last year after breaking up with dancer Curtis, 24, in the show,
Amy said, ‘Yes, a little bit of everything really. Obviously, it is a bubble and there is no way out.
‘I saw the psychologist twice a day at the end and I was chatting with them and she said,’ When you meet someone new … ‘and I said,’ Well, I won’t meet anyone new in the next three weeks’ and then I said, “Oh, if I don’t meet anyone, I could even go home to see my mom. I’m just miserable here, so I’m going. ”
“Now I still see the psychiatrist.”
Speaking about why he chose to put his personal life under the public eye, the star said: ‘With Love Island, it’s just that I’m a little eccentric, a little out there. I come from a very small town and nobody really takes me there, so I thought I had to be a certain type of person to apply for something like Love Island, so I thought I could meet someone a bit like me there.
Shock death: Caroline took her own life at the age of 40 on Saturday, after a worried friend who was with her went to the shops, leaving the former presenter of Love Island alone in her London apartment
“And there are also many couples from Love Island who would never meet elsewhere and therefore because all the feedback I have received from everyone since I left is” I heard it, we were all there “, therefore all those related to so when they offered me Celebs Go Dating, I thought, “Fantastic.
“Someone will find me, I am really lazy” and I have had many girls who write to me saying “I am 27 years old and I have never had a real boyfriend and people think that I am strange but you are on TV and show that it really is normal is really nice. ”
He added: ‘I am an open book and always have been, even before Love Island, my stories on Instagram have been me to talk about it. I’ve always been a pretty open person and again, I think that’s what people refer to. ‘
Caroline took her life at the age of 40 on Saturday, after a worried friend who was with her went to the shops, leaving the former Love Island presenter alone in her London apartment.
A few hours passed after she was told that she would face trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton, which she denied.
In a poignant unpublished Instagram post, shared by Caroline Chris’s mother this week. Caroline he explained how his “whole world and future were swept from under my feet” in the 24 hours following his arrest.
Caroline revealed that she had “had some sort of emotional breakdown for a long time” and she and her family “couldn’t take it anymore”.
The presenter planned to publish the message on social media and showed it to her mother in late January, but consultants warned her not to share it with her millions of followers.
Caroline said she “took responsibility for what happened that night,” but said it was an accident and that “she was NOT a domestic molester.”
He added: “We had a discussion and an accident occurred. An accident. The blood that someone SOLD to a newspaper was MY blood and it was something very sad and very personal.
‘The reason I’m talking today is because my family can’t take it anymore. I lost my job. My home. My ability to speak. And the truth has been taken from my hands and used as entertainment.
‘I can’t spend every day hiding and being told not to say or talk to anyone.
‘I am so sorry for my family for what I have done to them and for what my friends have had to face.
“I am not thinking about” how I will resume my career. “I am thinking about how I will resume my life and that of my family.”
If you have been affected by this story, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org.
Last post: in an intense unedited post on Instagram, shared by Caroline Chris’s mother this week. Caroline explained how her “whole world and future were swept under my feet” in the 24 hours following her arrest