More than 700 people complained to the TV watchdog about the former footballer's remarks.
Dame Carolyn McCall said there is "no place on ITV for the comments made in that article".
The new batch of islanders will also get training about ‘mutually respectful behaviour in relationships’ after the show prompted thousands of Ofcom complaints.
The broadcaster has faced calls to drop the presenter from Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? amid the controversy.
But the crowd was split when it came to the ex-health secretary's reputation overall.
"It is really horrible for them. I don’t think they’re feeling great."
The broadcasters will continue to air rolling news on Friday.
The financial expert wants either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak to face the catastrophe approaching the UK this winter.
This year's series of Love Island has sparked thousands of complaints due to alleged misogyny and bullying in the villa.
The ITV2 companion show attracted more than 400 complaints over remarks about Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and an interview with Jacques O’Neill.