Love Island's Demi Jones is now cancer free
Amazing news for Demi.
Demi Jones, who appeared on Love Island in 2020, has shared that she is officially "cancer free".
The young woman was diagnosed with thyroid cancer earlier this year, and has been undergoing treatment since May.
Taking to Instagram, Demi shared a photo of herself outside the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
In her caption she wrote: "I'm CANCER FREE!!!! I did it!
"I got my full body scan results back and there's not a single cancer cell left in my body (....) It's been such a difficult year mentally and physically for me with my surgeries and treatment but I'm beyond grateful for everyone's kindness and support over this past year."
She went on: "I will continue to be an advocate for cancer awareness and all my love and strength goes out to those who continue to fight this awful disease, here's to a happy and healthy 2022."
In the comments of her post, Demi was met with well-wishes from a number of other Love Island contestants.
Liberty Poole described the update as "the best news", while Faye Winter wrote "so much love for you".
Lucinda Strafford said: "Congratulations angel !!! So happy for you."
Demi began sharing health updates with her followers on social media after she discovered a lump in her neck earlier this year. The lump ended up being a tumour, which doctors removed via surgery.
She had previously told fans that she had to push in order for them to examine her lump a second time.
At the time, she said: "I was supposed to have this appointment six months ago. At my scan they said 'everything looks fine' and went to send me on my way. I challenged it and asked if they could do more, in which they said, 'Oh well, we can test the fluid if you want us to?'
"Thank God I asked as it was the fluid that came back potentially cancerous. Always push!"