MOLLY-Mae Hague’s sister Zoe has warned the relatives of upcoming Love Island stars that the show is the “worst possible thing” they could do.
Molly, 20, shot to fame on the ITV2 dating show last summer, with big sister Zoe taking over her social media account while she was in the villa.
Zoe, who works in the military, has now offered some words of advice for the people who have loved ones joining the winter version of the show this weekend.
Taking to her Instagram Story, the blonde beauty tagged her famous sister as she wrote: “Advice to family/ friends/ people running accounts of the new Islanders this year.
“Nothing you do will make a difference to the things you will read.
“All I can say is every time you go to search your loved ones name on Twitter, join a Love Island ‘banter’ group on Facebook, or search for articles about them, please think twice as it’s possibly the worst thing to do.
“You know the person better than anyone, people will have opinions, say vile things, the show will edit it to make them come across in a certain way.”
Zoe continued: “It will be extremely hard having no contact, however, what seems like the end of the world then will be forgotten about as soon as they step out of the villa.
“Stay strong and support them through every episode, it will be tough but worth it in the end.”
She added: “Anyone running an account of an Island this year who is struggling, please feel free to message me.
“Biggest advice, deactivate Twitter!”
Molly shared the post to her own story, with the star falling victim to cruel trolls during her time on the show.
Despite finishing in third place with boyfriend Tommy Fury, fans claimed that Molly was only with him for fame – even giving her the nickname “Money Mae”.
But it was her who got the last laugh, securing prestigious deals with clothing and beauty brands after leaving the show.
She and Tommy are also one of the last remaining Love Island couples, far outlasting winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea.
Winter Love Island kicks off this Sunday, with Laura Whitmore taking over as host from Caroline Flack.