Whilst much of the world has been tying itself into knots over COVID-19 transmission rates and whether Trump will recover ground in tonight's election debate we turn our focus to Molly-Mae Hague and her lip fillers.
For those not fully invested in the UK Reality TV loop, Molly-Mae Hague was a late arrival into the Love Island villa, but influencer Molly-Mae Hague was quick to make an impact with her fellow Islanders. After going on a date with Tommy Fury, the pair hit it off and finished in second place on Love Island 2019.
Molly-Mae has made quite the transformation since her early Youtube days; after leaving the Love Island villa she got jaw filler and added more filler to her lips. She's since announced that she's removed her filler and has opted for a more natural look.
All this big reveal is on YouTube along with a promotion for her Prettylittlething launch.
On her Instagram stories the ‘star' covered her mouth in a teasing manner, as she told fans in a video: “So, guys, someone may have had their full lip fillers dissolved today. That someone may have been me.”
“I don't know how to feel about it,” she added. “But I have vlogged the whole thing, so you're going to see very soon.” This is the latest we know on this trending news item. Just as soon we have more information or Molly's update video we will post it here. In the meantime we would like to wish Molly luck with her other – more serious – surgical concerns. She revealed that she had a mole removed and that she has a follow-up operation scheduled shortly.
Molly Mae Hague has revealed that further surgery on her leg will take place next week – and that she is devastated the surgery has ruined her Halloween.
The Love Island star, 21, has received a shock diagnosis after having a potentially cancerous mole removed from her leg last month and revealed she would go under the knife once more in a Q&A with fans on Monday.
She wrote: ‘The mole has already been removed but my further surgery is next week. I feel it coming around so quickly and I'm really b***dy nervous but fingers crossed.