Fearful bosses have placed all eight Love Island finalists on a 24-hour aftercare lockdown.
ITV execs are said to be giving Amber Gill, Greg O'Shea, Ovie Soko, India Reynolds, Curtis Pritchard, Maura Higgins, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague 'fame aid' sessions, it has been reported.
They hope that will prepare them for life back in the outside world as they re-acclimatise after leaving the villa.
Bosses are under pressure to make sure all contestants get the best support possible following the tragic deaths of former stars Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon.
They will have one-on-one sessions and a financial advisor on hand, according to The Sun .
A source said: "They are leaving no stone unturned this year.
"Whereas the first day of freedom after leaving the villa was a free-for-all, they are now making everyone stay put.
"They are making them have a down day with bespoke sessions.
"There was a feeling they let them loose too soon and with not enough advice so they are changing it entirely this year.
"It's a day of adjusting back to civilian life. Their lives aren't going to be the same again so experts will be on hand to answer any questions or worries they have."
Decision makers at ITV have also vowed to give the stars 14 months of "proactive contact" to ensure they have support around the clock.
Some blamed the show for Mike's heartbreaking suicide – but Caroline Flack slammed those who pointed the finger at the show.
Caroline, who was close friends with Mike, told Cosmopolitan: "It’s dangerous and I’m really, really angry.
"It’s not just that you’re blaming a TV show, you’re blaming people and their jobs.
"In life we all have a duty of care to look out for each other, but I don’t think it’s fair to point fingers of blame.
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