The Love Island Reunion show for the winter series will not happen this year, following the death of former host Caroline Flack.
The spin-off show has been a staple part of the show since the end of series three in 2017.
It has always managed to give viewers, who are usually having withdrawal symptoms after the final, a chance to catch up with all the Islanders since leaving the villa.
In the past, the reunion, has been the perfect setting for disagreements to be fuelled or ended, and for islanders to confront each other after watching back moments on the show they weren't previously aware of.
It has also allowed couples to talk for the first time on how their relationships have been going since leaving the villa and going back into the 'outside world'.
Last year's show, hosted by Caroline Flack, saw several explosive moments, including eventual winner Amber Gill, 21, coming face-to-face with ex Michael Griffiths, 27 and Joanna Chimonides, 22, who Michael had dumped Amber for after he hooked up with Joanna in Casa Amor.
There were even more fireworks when tensions rose between Molly Mae Hague, 20 and Anton Danyluk 24, who dropped a bombshell claiming he and the influencer had never been friends after unfollowing her on Instagram .
Last year's Love Island Christmas reunion didn't go ahead either after ITV bosses quietly axed the one-off special.
"The cast don't think there are any plans for a Christmas reunion like last year, but they haven't been given a straight answer," an insider told OK! Online .
Adding: "A few of the islanders have seen the producers since leaving the villa and there was a bit of a reunion at the ITV Palooza last week and the topic was brought up but quickly shut down."
TV chiefs will now concentrate on preparations for the upcoming summer series of the reality dating show which will once again take place in Mojorca in June.
The death of TV presenter Caroline, 40, just a fortnight ago, has hit islanders past and present hard with many paying tribute to her in various ways.
This week, last year's winner Amber Gill said she will donate all the profits for the latest edit of her fashion line for Miss Pap to mental health charity Mind.
Amber has followed fellow 2019 Islander Molly-Mae Hague's example, after the Pretty Little Thing ambassador announced she was going to donate all the profits to Mind.
This comes after Caroline took her own life in north London just weeks before she was due to stand trial for common assault.
Her tragic death has sparked small acts of kindness from reality stars and fans alike as the ill-fated star has become synonymous with the phrase "be kind".
Amber confided in her fans Mind was a charity which was "close" to her heart "at the minute" in the wake of Caroline's death.
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