Tributes paid to Mike Thalassitis after Love Island star dies at 26

Tributes paid to Mike Thalassitis after Love Island star dies at 26

Tributes paid to Mike Thalassitis after Love Island star dies at 26

The news was confirmed by his manager at the weekend, however the cause of his death has not yet been released. Various reports from the United Kingdom on March 16 confirmed that Thalassitis had tragically passed away, in addition to social media posts from his co-stars.

Thalassitis enjoyed a career as a League One footballer before becoming a reality TV star after appearing on season three of Love Island UK in 2017. Thinking of mike's family and friends at the horrendous time. you will be missed terribly'.

"She was 94 and he had moved in to live with her because she needed a full-time carer".

Eventually Mike went on to appear on Channel 4's Celebs Go Dating past year.

He found fame on the 2017 series of the ITV competitive dating show, Love Island.

Mike Thalassitis - best known for his nickname "Muggy Mike" - died today.

Mike had also appeared in Celebs Go Dating and was in a relationship with TOWIE's Megan McKenna before breaking up a year ago. My heart and soul and love goes out to his friends & family.

After the news of his death was revealed, his ex co-stars Olivia Buckland and Chris Hughes both hit out at publications for calling him "Muggy Mike" in their headlines. Please stop brandishing that. "RIP Thalla we won't forget you pal". All the articles how dare you not use his real name.

He said: "Every inch of my heart goes out to his family & friends".

Several reality TV stars posted tributes to Thalassitis after news of his death was reported. "I'm in complete shock". "A good guy, taken far, far to soon".

Also in 2018, "Love Island" star Sophie Gradon was also found dead.

The statement read: "As you have all heard of the sudden passing of Danny Cutts, his close group of friends have decided on starting a go fund me page to help take the added stress of having to pay for the return of his body and funeral expenses off of his family".

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