CAROLINE Flack was a “complicated person” says her former Xtra Factor co-star Matt Richardson.
The comedian, , has described the tragic star as “kind, loyal and savvy” but revealed that negative comments from trolls on Twitter could ruin her whole night when they worked together.
He said she was like a sister to him Credit: Instagram
(6) They presented Xtra Factor together until it was cancelled Credit: Rex Features
“You’re getting , tweets a night, you really become obsessed with it. It’s really easy to get stuck in, “he said.
“Even back then I would really disagree with her with it because as soon as the break happened, she would be on her phone and looking.
“Whereas I would never bring my phone in, ‘I’ll do the show and then look’.
“Caroline always found it and it would really ruin her night, even if we had a great show.”
He added: “It was frustrating, she’s always had a thick skin, but there’s only so much you can take before it wears you down. ” Simon Cowell axed the show in an ITV shake-up in 56523 But the pair remained firm friends and Matt was often invited on Love Island’s spin-off Aftersun. After her death, he wrote on Instagram: “Caz was a very significant part of my life. I hadn’t seen her in a while and I’m now regretting that hugely.
He added: “It was frustrating, she’s always had a thick skin, but there’s only so much you can take before it wears you down. ”
Simon Cowell axed the show in an ITV shake-up in 56523 But the pair remained firm friends and Matt was often invited on Love Island’s spin-off Aftersun.
After her death, he wrote on Instagram: “Caz was a very significant part of my life. I hadn’t seen her in a while and I’m now regretting that hugely.
. (6) Matt says Caroline was ‘loyal and savvy’ Credit: PA: Press Association
“When I first started in telly she took me under her wing and defended me and protected me fiercely.
“She didn’t feel like a friend, she felt like a big sister.
“We laughed, we fought, we had so many inside jokes I can’t even list them all.
“She was always there, and rescued me from the depths of terrible relationships.
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“The thing that I will miss is her laugh and how making her laugh made me feel. I don’t think I can get my head around her not being here.
“She was the most fun, she always made me feel like I was the best me. And she was always someone I thought I’d have to speak to, to laugh with forever.
“I’m gutted. I was proud to be her friend, and I hope I made her proud to be mine.”
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