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Love Island bosses warn viewers to ‘think before you post’ during new series

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Love Island’ bosses have warned viewers to “think before you post” during the new series.
The ITV2 dating show is to make a long-awaited return next Monday (28.06.21) after being cancelled last year due to coronavirus, but ‘Love Island’ chiefs have reminded people to think carefully before they post online about the Islanders.
A message on the programme’s Instagram account read: “You’ve got a text!
“These Islanders are all single and ready to find love. We can’t wait to watch them get to know each other, date, and maybe even find the one.
“We’re so grateful they’re letting us follow their journey this summer. We hope you enjoy the show, but please think before you post.”
The cast of this year’s series – which will be hosted by Laura Whitmore and narrated by her husband Iain Stirling – will be revealed later today (21.06.21).
This comes after ‘Love Island’ bosses confirmed the show’s duty of care protocols last week.
Dr. Paul Litchfield – who ITV appointed in 2018 to review the show’s participant welfare processes – said: “Society’s appreciation of the importance of mental health and wellbeing has grown enormously in recent years and the pandemic has brought that into even sharper focus.
“Reducing the risk of harm, where possible, is an imperative but promoting good mental health is also necessary.
“ITV’s evolving commitment to these issues, backed up by tangible action, is an example to others in the industry and beyond.”
The process for “all contributors involved” in the show includes “comprehensive psychological support”, “training for all Islanders on the impacts of social media and handling potential negativity” and “training for all Islanders on financial management”, as well as “guidance and advice on taking on management after the show”.
There will also be “detailed conversations” with contestants about the “impact of participation on the show”, as well as a “proactive aftercare package” which promises to support Islanders once filming has ended with “proactive contact” and extra support where necessary.
ITV has confirmed that registered mental health professionals will be available for ‘Love Island’ stars throughout the entire series, from pre-filming, during the show itself and as part of the aftercare.
What’s more, there will be a welfare team during and after the show, and the senior team in Majorca has mental health first aid training.

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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