Love Island has paid tribute to Caroline Flack in the first show since its former presenter's death.
The 40-year-old took her own life and was found dead at her London flat on Saturday.
In a short tribute, the voice of the show, Iain Stirling said: "You were a true friend to me. I'm going to miss you Caz."
The show opened with aerial shots of a coastline and the sea, with Stirling beginning by saying: "We are absolutely devastated by the tragic news that Caroline, a much-loved member of our Love Island family, has passed away.
He continued: "Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this dreadful time.
"Caroline and me were together from the very start of Love Island and her passion, warmth and infectious enthusiasm were a crucial part of what made the show connect with millions of viewers.
"Like many of you, right now we're all just trying to come to terms with what's happened. My only hope is that we can all try to be kinder, always show love and listen to one another.
His voice breaking, Stirling concluded: "Caroline, I want to thank you for all the fun times we had making our favourite show. You were a true friend to me. I'm going to miss you, Caz."
The tribute ended with a photo of Flack on screen.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) February 17, 2020
ITV cancelled its highlights show on Saturday and the main programme was pulled on Sunday "out of respect for Caroline's family", with the broadcaster saying she would "forever be in our hearts".
It returned on Monday and played a tribute to Flack, put together by Iain Stirling, the voice of the show, and the team in South Africa, where for the first time a winter version is taking place.
In a statement released earlier, Director of Television at ITV, Kevin Lygo, said everyone at the channel was "absolutely devastated and still trying to process this tragic news".
He said Flack's "passion, dedication and boundless energy" had contributed to the show's success, and that ITV had "made it clear that the door was left open for her to return".
He also said the Love Island production team "remained in regular contact with her" and "continued to offer support over the last few months".
Laura Whitmore, who took over as Love Island presenter, used her Radio 5 Live show to speak out against newspapers and Twitter trolls yesterday.
She said she wanted to use her platform to "call people out", and give Caroline "the respect she deserves, and didn't always get".
Anyone who is feeling distressed can call Samaritans on 116 123.
Reporting by IRN