Love Island fans claim Molly-Mae's face is changing shape as she undergoes incredible transformation

LOVE Island fans are claiming that Molly-Mae Hague's face has changed shape as she undergoes an incredible transformation.

The reality star, 20, is riding high after landing a lucrative deal with fashion brand PrettyLittleThing and has since upped her game when it come to her appearance.

But today her followers believe her face is starting to look different as she continues her glamorous transformation.

An Instagram meme account called I'm Just Bait posted two pictures comparing Molly-Mae's recent photos to her YouTube videos from before she went on Love Island.

In one picture, which appears to be taken from an old makeup tutorial, she looks fresh faced with a fair complexion.

The second image showed Molly-Mae with a much darker glow, heavier makeup and a different face shape.

The snap was captioned with: "Bro what is Molly-Mae doing?'

Her fans immediately commented on the snap with one saying: " "She didn't look like that on Love Island. Did she?"

While this one questioned: "The bottom pic is edited right?"

Another one said: "What’s happened to her face?"

This fan didn't hold back: "What the f**k is going on?"

Meanwhile, earlier this month Molly-Mae exclusively told The Sun how she's put on "a lot of weight" since Love Island after partying too hard.

She insisted she's piled on the pounds since overindulging outside the villa.

"Since coming out I've put on a lot of weight, I really have," Molly-Mae admitted.

"I can't put a number on it because I haven't even had time to weigh myself.

"I just know in myself I'm normally in much better shape.

"I'm really going to make sure in the next few to make sure I focus on myself.

"You do get carried away at events. You eat a lot of amazing food and through lack of sleep you do put on weight.

"Normally I'm gym-obsessed but I've struggled to get there.

"I'm determined to get back on it. Obviously I'm under pressure to make sure I look good, but it's hard."

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