Love Island and mental health: Reality star Gabby Allen opens up on body diversity, social media and Love Island aftercare debate
On this week's episode we find out just how toxic reality television is and are shows like Love Island good for our mental wellbeing?
Gabby Allen, a finalist on the ITV flagship show Love Island, talks about how she wishes she had the support following her departure from the villa.
She also talks body image on the show and her personal relationship with fitness, food and social media as well as talking about her new cookery and fitness book, available now on Amazon.
Note this week's episode contains strong language.
Presenters: Michael Pearson, Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally
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