Love Island host Caroline Flack has stood down from the show after being charged with assault.
The presenter said that she felt it was her ‘only option’ as to continue presenting it might ‘cheapen the show.’
Police were called to a disturbance at the 40 year old’s London home last week and she was subsequently charged with assault on her partner.
And despite blithely ignoring contestant suicides, allegations of bullying and the fact that the whole show is utter bollocks, it was feared that some fans might find Flack’s conduct ‘unbecoming of someone presenting TV’s foremost beefcake and Barbie freak show.’
Flack said Love Island has been her ‘world for the last five years’ and described it as ‘the best show on telly’.
An ITV spokesman said, ‘She must be fucking deluded. It’s complete crap. But it’s also a massive cash cow, hence the decision to lay on the new winter flesh-fest.’
Ms Flack said the decision had not been taken lightly and followed ‘a period of reflection’ lasting a few days.
Front runners to take over include Rebecca Long-Bailey, Kier Starmer and Emily Thornberry.