Love Island star Malin Andersson has spoken out on ITV's decision to axe The Jeremy Kyle Show this week after guest Steven Dymond, 63, was found dead a week after appearing on the programme.
Fans of the morning talk show have criticised the broadcaster for double standards, with money-spinning dating series Love Island remaining on air in spite of the suicides of former contestants Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon.
Malin, who appeared on the 2016 series of Love Island asked her Twitter followers on Wednesday: 'Do we have to wait for one more death before other shows are axed?'
Criticism: Love Island star Malin Andersson has spoken out on ITV's decision to axe The Jeremy Kyle Show, asking 'Do we have to wait for one more death before other shows are axed?'
After hearing the Jeremy Kyle news, Malin tweeted: 'So Jeremy Kyle is permanently axed. Hmm', before adding:
''Do we have to wait for one more death before other shows are axed? Or can't we just put in some extraordinary aftercare in place to prevent ANY deaths from occurring ever again.'
Malin previously admitted that after her Love Island experience and the loss of her mum Consy she turned to alcohol and partying as a way of coping.
Culled: On Wednesday, ITV announced The Jeremy Kyle Show, which had been on air since 2005, was axed permanently
The 26-year-old reality star told ES Magazine that the minute she left the villa she felt 'alone' and immediately judged, as well as being overwhelmed by her sudden 300,000 strong Instagram following.
Malin said that she felt an intense pressure to look good and plied herself with cosmetic procedures, but looking back now she added that she had no idea how she fell into that trap.
Amid her newfound fame, Malin also lost her mother to cancer and admitted that following her death she fell into a 'pitfall' of 'drinking, partying and hanging out with the wrong crowd'.
Awful: Jeremy Kyle guest Steven Dymond died in a suspected suicide a week after appearing on the show with his on-and-off girlfriend Jane Callaghan
Looking at her own experiences, Malin admitted that she can see how fast fame was partly to blame for the deaths of Love Island alum Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis.
Following these two tragic events, Malin said that she thinks there should be more effective psych techs in place, and has even offered to work with the show's producers in order to support future contestants.
Malin's own struggle to pull herself out of her 'vicious cycle' of partying and cosmetic surgery came three months after the loss of her mum, when she fell pregnant - admitting that sober living gave her 'clarity'.
Her say: Malin, who appeared on the 2016 series of Love Island tweeted on Wednesday: 'Can't we just put in some extraordinary aftercare in place to prevent ANY deaths from occurring ever again'
Her daughter Consy, who she named after her late mother, was born two months premature and Malin spent 23 hours a day by her side in hospital.
However just four weeks later little Consy died and Malin recalled not getting out of bed again for three weeks.
A spokesperson for ITV confirmed to MailOnline on Wednesday, that Love Island would be returning in the summer.
Earlier this year the channel outlined the extensive duty of care processes in place for contributors past and present.
Backlash: Fans of the Jeremy Kyle show have hit out at ITV, accusing them of hypocrisy for failing to axe Love Island after the deaths of Mike Thalassitis (pictured in 2017) and Sophie Gradon
Jeremy Kyle guest Steven died in a suspected suicide a week after appearing on the show with his on-and-off girlfriend Jane Callaghan.
He is said to have been left devastated and feeling suicidal after being confronted about allegations of infidelity and was asked to sit a lie detector test. According to friends, he was labelled a liar after he failed the test.
In a dramatic move, ITV halted the scheduled broadcast, suspended filming of