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LOVE Island's Francesca Allen called the show's host Caroline Flack a 'dirty paedo' to her face, according to her best pal.The villa's newest girl cruelly tormented the 39-year-old host with the slur during a wild day out at Wireless festival.Rumours swirled when Caroline Instagrammed a picture of them together on set, captioning it “Muggy but huggy”, and the pair were said to have got very close during the after-show party. Since then, she’s fully embraced belts and corsets, which she’d previously spent a lifetime shying away from. I’d have preferred to wear some sort of smock dress. “I’ve got absolutely no self-discipline – I need a trainer or other people around me in a class so I can’t leave after 10 minutes,” she says. I used to hate my arms – now I quite like them and that’s down to weights, the flies and the push-ups.” This new self-assurance also means Caroline has given up responding to the social media trolls who used to make her life a misery. “He [William Banks-Blaney] got his hands on my body and said: ‘You’ve got a small waist.’ I’m like: ‘I haven’t.’ And he goes: ‘You have! Back in the day, she says she wasn’t able to “bite my tongue”.
Whenever she’s suffered a career blow (such as losing the Xtra Factor job in 2014) she’s dusted herself down and followed it up with a veritable triumph (winning Strictly Come Dancing).
it all pays off.” However, Caroline was as surprised as anyone about the success of this latest series of Love Island, which saw nearly 3million people tune in to the final back in July, making it the biggest show in ITV2’s history.
It was when Primark launched a range of T-shirts bearing the various catchphrases including “100% my type on paper” and “I’ve got a text! “The last time I can think of a TV moment being on a T-shirt was a crying Gazza from the 1990 World Cup. “And then my older sister started watching the show, and she Obviously the show was brilliantly cast, slickly produced and beautifully shot, which made it hugely entertaining.
But it also came after a few months of terrible tragedy, with two London terror attacks, the Manchester Arena bombing and the Grenfell Tower fire.
Were people subconsciously looking for something to take their minds off all the sadness? I guess where you feel like you’re in a good place. Not ‘settled down’ but definitely settled, if that makes sense.” Quick-witted and forthright, she certainly seems in fine fettle, despite battling a cold and shooting the cover of our Style Issue on a freezing-cold rooftop in the spitting rain.