Molly-Mae Hague reveals fan was 'crying their eyes out' after she got her lip ...

Molly-Mae Hague reveals fan was 'crying their eyes out' after she got her lip ...
Molly-Mae Hague reveals fan was 'crying their eyes out' after she got her lip ...

Molly-Mae Hague has detailed the moment an emotional fan burst into tears after meeting her shortly after getting her lip fillers dissolved.

The former Love Island star, 22, told how a woman was left 'crying her eyes out' in front of her because she was so pleased about the effect that her filler removal had on her children, with Molly admitting she 'didn't realise the effect it would have.'

Molly's comments came during her interview on The Diary of a CEO podcast, the same podcast she made her controversial 'tone-deaf' comments on wealth inequality and poverty.

Shocking: Molly-Mae Hague has detailed the moment an emotional fan burst into tears after meeting her shortly after getting her lip fillers dissolved

Shocking: Molly-Mae Hague has detailed the moment an emotional fan burst into tears after meeting her shortly after getting her lip fillers dissolved

Speaking during the chat with podcast host Steven Bartlett, Molly-Mae explained the huge impact her decision to revert back to her natural lips had on young fans and indeed their parents.

Detailing how she felt, she explained: 'I literally felt the prettiest I'd ever felt once it had all gone. I didn't realise how much respect that would get me, I didn't do it for respect, I did it for myself.

'I didn't do it for anyone else, I did it because I knew that I needed to.'

Tweaks: The Love Island star, 22, told how a woman was 'crying her eyes out' because she was so pleased about the effect her filler removal had on her children (pictured with filler in 2019)

Tweaks: The Love Island star, 22, told how a woman was 'crying her eyes out' because she was so pleased about the effect her filler removal had on her children (pictured with filler in 2019) 

On the emotional reaction her new look had, she went on: 'I actually had a mum come up to me when I was visiting Hitchin with my mum, she came up to me in the street crying her eyes out.

'[She said] she was so grateful to me for doing what I did with my filler because she's so happy about the effect it had on her children.

'My mum started crying. It was all like emotions. My mum, when the woman walked away for us, said "I'm so proud of you".'

Molly went on to say that she 'didn't realise the effect it would have' on 'so many people' before going on to discuss her role as PrettyLittleThing's creative director.

Before: The social media star admitted in the podcast that she didn't recognise herself by the time she reached the age of 21, having had a variety of cosmetic procedures done

After: She said getting it dissolved was the 'best decision she's made in a long time'

Before and after (L-R): The star admitted in the podcast that she didn't recognise herself by the time she reached the age of 21, having had a variety of cosmetic procedures done

Changes: Speaking during the chat, Molly-Mae explained the huge impact that her decision to revert back to her natural lips had on young fans and indeed their parents

Changes: Speaking during the chat, Molly-Mae explained the huge impact that her decision to revert back to her natural lips had on young fans and indeed their parents

The social media star admitted in the podcast that she didn't recognise herself by the time she reached the age of 21, having had a variety of cosmetic procedures done.

Influencer Molly-Mae has had her lip and jaw filler dissolved and her composite bonding veneers removed, saying she's 'terrified of myself' when she looks at past pictures.

She said: 'I wouldn’t say I got addicted to it, but by the age of 21, I didn’t look like the same person. 

'I literally looked like a different person. When I look back at pictures now, I’m terrified of myself. I’m like, "Who was that girl?" I don’t know what happened.  

Wow: 'She came up to me in the street crying her eyes out. [She said] she was so grateful to me for doing what I did with my filler because she's so happy about the effect it had on her children'

Wow: 'She came up to me in the street crying her eyes out. [She said] she was so grateful to me for doing what I did with my filler because she's so happy about the effect it had on her children'

'But there was this one pivotal moment where I’d gone and got loads of filler and I posted a YouTube video and I hadn’t let the filler settle and it was really swollen and a screenshot from that video, it trended on Twitter for weeks.

'It was horrendous. It was utterly horrendous. My face was literally like, it was just awful. That was the moment for me as well where I was like, I think things need to change.

'I thought, one day I’m going to get my lips dissolved. It was a process. I went and got my lips dissolved and I posted about it on YouTube and I didn’t expect the response that I got. It was huge.'

Amid the same podcast chat, which was first aired on YouTube on December 13, Molly sparked controversy with her comments as she insisted she'd 'worked my absolute a**e off to get where I am now' and said 'everyone has the same 24 hours'.

Backlash: Amid the same podcast chat, which was first aired on YouTube on December 13, Molly sparked controversy with her comments as she insisted she'd 'worked my absolute a**e off to get where I am now' and said 'everyone has the same 24 hours'

Backlash: Amid the same podcast chat, which was first aired on YouTube on December 13, Molly sparked controversy with her comments as she insisted she'd 'worked my absolute a**e off to get where I am now' and said 'everyone has the same 24 hours'

Support: In the wake of the backlash she received, Molly-Mae garnered support in the form of Small Business MP Paul Scully' with the Conservative minister, 53, stating 'an aspirational approach to life is no bad thing'

Support: In the wake of the backlash she received, Molly-Mae garnered support in the form of Small Business MP Paul Scully' with the Conservative minister, 53, stating 'an aspirational approach to life is no bad thing'

In the wake of the backlash she received, Molly-Mae garnered support from an unlikely ally in the form of Small Business MP Paul Scully.

The Conservative minister, 53, waded into the row on Friday, stating 'an aspirational approach to life is no bad thing.'

Asked if her comments were fair, Paul told LBC: 'I think it is, but I think you've got to define success, because some of the comments that I was hearing in the lead up to my piece on this was about money, but success doesn't necessarily equal money.

'It can be, you know, furthering your job, whether it's in public service or whatever.

'And I think an aspirational approach to life is no bad thing. What we've got to make sure, though, is that opportunity is equally distributed around the country.

'And that's why the levelling up agenda that we often talk about in government is so, so important to make sure that those 24 hours can be matched by the opportunities by education and business across the country.'

Uh oh: However, Paul's support for Molly-Mae has led to further backlash for the star as graffiti calling her 'Tory scum' has appeared close to PrettyLittleThing headquarters in Manchester

Uh oh: However, Paul's support for Molly-Mae has led to further backlash for the star as graffiti calling her 'Tory scum' has appeared close to PrettyLittleThing headquarters in Manchester

Oh no: The white spray paint appeared on Wednesday on the side of a Sainsbury's store in central Manchester, close to PLT's offices, with the clothing giant assigning Molly the creative director role last year

Oh no: The white spray paint appeared on Wednesday on the side of a Sainsbury's store in central Manchester, close to PLT's offices, with the clothing giant assigning Molly the creative director role last year

However, Paul's support for Molly-Mae has led to further backlash for the star as graffiti calling her 'Tory scum' has appeared close to PrettyLittleThing headquarters in Manchester.

The white spray paint appeared on Wednesday on the side of a Sainsbury's store in central Manchester, close to PLT's offices, with the clothing giant assigning Molly the creative director role last year.

An image of the offending graffiti was shared to Manchester Students’ Group on Facebook, alongside the caption: 'Right I’m off to big sains to do some cringe graffiti, anyone want anything?'

The post garnered mixed messages from Facebook users, with one sarcastically writing: 'A good use of your 24 hours in the day.' 

With another sharing: 'Sounds like something a tory would say.'

'No malice': The reality star posted a statement on Monday afternoon insisting she only wanted to 'inspire' her fans with her success story

'No malice': The reality star posted a statement on Monday afternoon

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