'Love Island' returned to our TV screens last night on a much more sombre note.

Following the tragic death of the show's previous presenter Caroline Flack on Saturday, the competition was put on hold Sunday night. ITV chose not to air the show as a mark of respect for the presenter's family and friends.

Last night, the South African version of the dating show was on our screens once again - with just a few episodes left until the final on Sunday 23rd.

The beginning of the episode offered up a heartfelt tribute to Caroline, voiced by Iain Stirling. Stirling's emotion was very clear from the outset.

Some regular viewers found the tribute very fitting and praised the 'Love Island' team for working together at such a tough time in the production.

While other viewers found the episode too hard to watch and switched off. As the contestants haven't been told the news, many say that it doesn't feel right.

Viewers also praised the use of adverts from The Samaritans, instead of the regular Just Eat ad breaks.

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