Caroline Flack has been remembered by 'Strictly Come Dancing' for her "infectious energy".

Caroline Flack

Caroline Flack

The former 'Love Island' presenter - who won the 2014 series of the BBC One show with Pasha Kovalev - tragically took her own life on Saturday (15.02.20) and now the show's bosses have remembered the presenter, who they called "simply one of a kind".

A statement posted on their official Twitter account said: "The entire Strictly Come Dancing family are heartbroken to hear this incredibly sad news. Caroline had an infectious energy and passion for dance, she shone brightly in the Strictly ballroom every week and became an incredible champion. Words cannot express our sadness, she was simply one of a kind. We are sending our love to all her family and friends during this difficult time."

Some of the 'Strictly Come Dancing' family have also paid tribute to Caroline.

Host c wrote: "Absolutely shocked and devastated at this tragic news. Rest in peace Caroline you beautiful girl. My heart goes out to your family and loved ones at this time XXXX (sic)"

Whilst judge Bruno Tonioli shared: "Just can't believe it ... Always so much fun to be around, such sad news ... RIP #bekind #carolineflack (sic)"

Meanwhile, current 'Love Island' host Laura Whitmore has paid tribute to the late Caroline.

She shared a photo of the pair of them and wrote alongside it, "I'm trying to find the words but I can't," concluding with a heartbreak emoji.

Laura also shared a poem about losing someone too soon.

It read: "To lose someone so special is really hard to bear, it hardly seems believable that you're no longer there. You left us far too early before your time, it seems and now you'll never have the chance to fulfil all those dreams. However hard it is though we'll take comfort in the thought of all the memories we have and the happiness you brought. You always lived life to the full but ours won't be the same until the day when we can see your smiling face again."