ITV2 paid a touching tribute to Caroline Flack after their BRITs red carpet coverage show on Tuesday.
Caroline, who died aged 40 on Saturday, had presented the BRITs for ITV2 in 2010 - and the channel paid homage to that.
After the credits rolled for the BRITs show, which saw presenters Clara Amfo and Alice Levine interview the celebs, a black and white photo of Caroline appeared on the screen.
Underneath, it read: 'The BRITs Presenting Team 2010'.
The show on ITV also began with a tribute to Caroline, as host Jack Whitehall sent his condolences to her friends and family.
"She was a kind and vibrant person with an infectious sense of fun," said Jack.
"She will be sorely missed."
Following this, Lewis Capaldi sang his heartbreaking song Someone You Loved, and there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
One viewer tweeted: 'Well done @BRITs! Lovely Tribute to @carolineflack1 followed by the Stunning Track "Someone You Loved" sung wonderfully by @LewisCapaldi#Brits2020#CarolineFlackRIP'.
Another added: '#BRITs lovely tribute to Caroline, then @LewisCapaldi on straight after, I’m now in tears, because the song is about his nan dying, so tonight this is for our beautiful #CarolineFlack ... well done Lewis that was gorgeous'.
A lawyer for the Flack family confirmed that the 40-year-old took her own life and was found in her London flat on Saturday.
Reacting to the tragic news, ITV said in a statement on Saturday evening: "Everybody at Love Island and ITV is shocked and saddened by this desperately sad news.
"Caroline was a much loved member of the Love Island team and our sincere thoughts and condolences are with her family and friends."
Meanwhile Caroline's ex boyfriend Harry Styles, 26, was noticeably wearing a black ribbon pinned to his blazer, believed to be a symbol of remembrance or mourning, in an apparent tribute to Caroline.
Harry was a close friend and former boyfriend of Caroline, who took her own life on Saturday at her flat in north East London.
Following the devastating news, it was reported Harry would continue with his performance at star-studded music bash.
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