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Fans break down in tears and thank me for dissolving my filler when they meet me – it makes my mum proud, says Molly Mae

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LOVE Island star Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that fans have "cried their eyes out" when they meet her after she dissolved her lip filler.

The PrettyLittleThing creative director - who faced the music for her controversial comments about poverty and wealth last week - told The Diary of a CEO podcast about the emotional reaction she gets in public.

Molly-Mae, 22, opened up about having her lip and face fillers dissolved to podcast creator and Dragon's Den star Steven Bartlett. "I literally felt the prettiest I'd ever felt once it had all gone," the ITV2 reality star, who won Love Island alongside boyfriend Tommy Fury, could be heard saying.

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