Laura Whitmore, presenter of Love Island, has teased followers about her next project, giving them a title for her brand new true crime TV show.
Laura Whitmore Investigates, a presenter, posted an Instagram picture earlier this week revealing the title of her new program.
There have been no further details given, and there is currently no release date for when fans may expect to see the program.
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Whitmore is not the first woman to host a true crime podcast called Partners in Crime, which she co-hosts with her husband and Love Island narrator Iain Sterling in June.
Whitmore announced her departure from BBC Radio 5's The Laura Whitmore Show after four years on the air in order to concentrate on other projects earlier this month.
Heidi Dawson, the head of BBC Radio 5 Live, has confirmed the news, saying (via The Sun): "Laura has made the difficult decision to leave after a fantastic four years. We'd like to thank her for the energy, insight, and humor she has brought to this program, and we're looking forward to working with her again in the near future."
In response to her own remarks about Islander Ekin-Su Culculoglu on an episode of After Sun, ITV recently defended the former radio host.
"Laura is the presenter of the program, and part of that role is to ask questions to the panel and discuss events in the villa," said an ITV spokesperson. "We do not condone trolling against either our host or our Islanders, nor any subsequent levy of these remarks."
Love Island is available on ITV2 and via catch-up on ITV Hub and Britbox.