Love Island reunion show cancelled after Caroline Flack’s death as ITV start work on summer series – The Sun
LOVE Island: The Reunion has been cancelled as ITV start work on the summer series following host Caroline Flack's death.
The Sun Online can reveal TV bosses have no plans to bring back the annual spin-off episode for its winter series stars.
Since 2017 it's given viewers the chance to watch feuding Islanders argue it out or reveal reasons behind their break-ups.
Caroline Flack hosted an explosive episode of the last reunion show in summer 2019.
It ended up with a bust-up between Anton Danyluk and Molly-Mae Hague after he unfollowed her on Instagram.
There was also an awkward reunion with winner Amber Gill and her ex Michael Griffiths.
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The Reunion first aired in 2017 after the success of ITV2 show's third series.
Despite the spin-off show being a hit with viewers, the Love Island Christmas reunion show was cancelled last year.
The Sun Online revealed crew were too busy starting work on the new winter series.
Now they're preparing to return to Majorca for filming in June when Love Island goes back to its roots.
Bosses pulled Love Island off-air for two nights earlier this month following the shock death of host Caroline.
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