Love Island: ‘Candidates are better supported after suicide participants’

The British reality show Love Island is now different to participants. After the suicide of two former candidates, says author ITV of the need to see better support.

The transmitter release in a statement to know always been the support provided to the participants, but half a year ago to have started with a study conducted by a psychologist and his team. As a result, it was decided the process to improve.

“We will no longer wait until the participants sent to us if they experience problems, but we are going to be active with them check how they will”, it is to be read in the statement.

Ex-contestant Sophie Gradon, who, in 2016, participated, passed away in June 2018 by suicide. Has died Mike Thalassitis, who in 2018 participated, for the same reason.

Love Island is in Britain a popular reality show: the bachelor women and men get involved for the love to be found in a sunny location. In the Netherlands, is the series seen daily on RTL5.

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