Gradon, also the victor of Miss Great Britain in 2009, made history on the dating show in 2016 as one half of Love Island's first same-sex couple, after she "coupled up" with fellow contestant Katie Salmon, The Guardian reports.
"There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding her death". Your smile was one in a million.
"As an ex Miss Newscastle and Miss GB I can say that it's time people moved forward from their old fashioned thinking and accepted the simple fact that women like to have sex". The organisers of the Miss Great Britain competition said that they were "shocked beyond belief" at the news of Gradon's passing. @Sophiegradon what a handsome woman you were.
Sophie Gradon, a former contestant on ITV's Love Island, has been found dead. "I'm so lucky to have met you".
He added: "You were the the shoulder to cry on and a attractive person with a handsome soul".
And fans are remembering Sophie's words today, with one Twitter fan writing: "RIP Sophie Gradon".
"I am so glad to have experienced Love Island with you and to have known you".
A devastated Katie said: "The world has failed you, beautiful".
"When the love of your life loves his dogs like this you know he's the one". Too young, too sweet.
She added: "Am sending all my love, I truly am, to everyone who had the pleasure of ever being in her company". "RIP" Fellow Islander Cara de la Hoyde posted: "Such a terrible day my heart is broken & goes out to the very one effected".
The reason for Gradon's death remains unknown.
Sophie's final tweet was posted just two days ago as she chatted with followers about the current series of Love Island.