Love Island's Adam Collard and Zara McDermott are the latest celebrities to join heat's Where's Your Head At? campaign. The couple joined us at heat towers and opened up about the effects of online trolling and bullying since leaving the show.
The Islanders opened up about their experience of online trolls, the effects of bullying and the care that Love Island producers have provided since they left the show. They went on to explain why they think it’s so important pupils have more access to mental health support.
WATCH: Love Island's Adam and Zara open up about the effects of online trolling & bullying:
Adam told us how he deals with the pressures of fame saying, "[I] rely on the people that were there for you before, because, I think when you’re in the limelight you soon realise who is with you and who is not…
"I probably have time outs from my phone and [Zara] probably doesn’t realise it - I’m just solely with her and no one else… Dropping the phone is definitely something we’re trying to do now."
See this year's Love Islanders' jobs before the show:
Love Island 2018 - jobs before the show
Adam is a 22-year-old personal trainer and gym director from Newcastle.
Dani is a 21-year-old barmaid from East London.
Dr. Alex George
Dr Alex is a 27-year-old A&E doctor from Carmarthen, West Wales.
Eyal is a 22-year-old model from London.
Hayley is a 21-year-old model from Liverpool.
Jack is a 26-year-old stationery sales manager from Kent.
Kendall is a 26-year-old retail manager from Blackpool.
Laura is a 29-year-old cabin crew member from Stirling, Scotland.
Niall is a 23-year-old student and construction worker from Coventry.
Samira is a 22-year-old West End performer from London.
Wes is a 20-year-old electrical and nuclear systems design engineer from Staffordshire.
Rosie is a 26-year-old solicitor from South Wales.
Georgia is a 20-year-old student from York.
Josh is a 26-year-old social media host from North London.
Megan Barton Hanson
Megan is a 24-year-old model from Essex.
Charlie is a 23-year-old model from Plymouth.
Zara is a 21-year-old Government advisor from Essex.
Ellie is a 20-year-old Business development manager from Newcastle.
Jordan is a 23-year-old model from Stockport.
Kazimir is a 23-year-old makeup artist from London.
Frankie is a 22-year-old Business Management student and fitness coach from Cheltenham.
Darylle is a 24-year-old eyebrow technician from Watford.
Dean is 25-year-old a car sales executive from Burnley.
Charlie is a 24-year-old tanning shop assistant from Bath.
Charlie is a 23-year-old socialite from Chelsea in London.
Savannah is a 22-year-old singer and dancer from Sheffield.
Alex is a 28-year-old structural glazier from Essex.
Grace is a 25-year-old hairdresser from London.
Jack is a 22-year-old semi-professional footballer from London.
Ellie is a 22-year-old customer service and office administrator from Kent.
Idris is a 25-year-old professional boxer from Birmingham.
Kieran is a 26-year-old personal trainer from London.
Alexandra is a 27-year-old make up artist.
Laura is a 23-year-old professional surfer, who grew up in Devon.
Josh is a 21-year-old professional DJ from Birmingham.
Stephanie is a 23-year-old Account Manager from Hertfordshire.
Paul is a 31-year-old carpenter and model from Bournemouth.
Zara also revealed the importance of the Where’s Your Head At? campaign to her saying, "I think the main thing to remember nowadays, the percentage of young people with mental illness is increasing…
"There is a key piece of work to be done there to look at what is causing this but also having someone to talk to in school. I know that I had a mental first aider in school and I used to go and speak to her all the time, she was fantastic…
Zara continued, "If you can combat that mental illness whilst you’re developing, I think it would pay off so much better in later life for those young adults."
Where’s Your Head At? aiming to drive a vital mission: break the stigma attached to talking about mental health and make it a legal requirement for every work place or college in the UK to have a mental health first aider. The petition has now clocked up over 180,000 signatures.
Speaking to heat after pledging their support for ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ a campaign aiming to get a mental health first aider in every workplace or college –www.wheresyourheadat.org
Now take a look at the most memorable moments from this year's Love Island:
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