Molly-Mae Hague admits jaw filler she got aged 18 looked like ‘jowls’ and she had to get her botched face fixed


MOLLY-MAE Hague has revealed that the filler she had injected into her jawline aged 18 left her looking like she had “jowls”.

The Love Island star, 20, revealed she had the fillers done to sharpen her chin but ended up with a “square head” and was trolled for looking like Quagmire from Family Guy.

Molly-Mae Hague reveals she regrets getting filler in her jaw

Talking in her latest YouTube video, Molly-Mae urged young followers not to get fillers or surgery.

“I didn’t tell my mum the first time I had fillers because I was petrified of what she was going to say,” she said.

“But when I actually had them done, she noticed, she’s my mum… I wish I listened to my mum more about fillers because it’s something I had to change.

“If I had listened, it wouldn’t have been something I had to try and fix in the long run.”

She had to get it fixed later on

She wishes she hadn’t messed with the shape of her jaw line

Molly-Mae – who is in a relationship with her Love Island boyfriend Tommy Fury – said she was trolled online about the shape of her jaw after getting the fillers.

“‘In the long run it makes you look worse. I was trying to sharpen this area here’, she said, pointing to her chin.

“What it did was make it look bigger. It looked like I had jowls. I had ‘square head’, ‘blockhead’.

“People called me Quagmire from [Family Guy]. The worst one is that I look like an X-Box controller!”

Molly-Mae says she was trolled for looking like Quagmire from Family Guy

She became self conscious about her jawline

And wanted a sharper chin

The frank admission comes after she hit out at people who branded her relationship with Tommy Fury “fake” insisting: “We proved everyone wrong.”

The 20-year-old social media star was taking part in a no-holds-barred Q&A with fans, saying: “Ask away – anything you want.”

Molly-Mae Hague insisted she and Tommy Fury have had the last laugh

And one piped up: “Is it annoying that everyone thought u n Tommy were fake but ur the only ones together.”

She replied with a smile: “No, it’s not annoying because everyone is entitled to their opinion and we proved everyone wrong in the end anyway.”

During Love Island, Molle-Mae often came under fire from viewers convinced she was pretending to like boyfriend Tommy in order to get to the final of the show and the £50,000 prize, with some cruelly branding her “Money-Mae”.

But the pair, who are isolating together, are the last couple standing from last year’s series of Love Island, after Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins revealed they had called it quits last month.

The star insisted that she and Tommy had ‘proved everyone wrong in the end’

They have been together for nearly a year after hooking up on Love Island last summer

The pair going for a walk together in New York City last year

They are currently isolating together in the luxurious home they share

Molly-Mae also revealed they are hoping to have children, saying: “A thousand per cent I want children. Tommy wants four kids. I’m not keen on that idea, two kids for me would be amazing.

“I’ve had my girl baby name for about eight years now. I’m that weird person who has their baby names all ready to go and if anyone takes that baby name before I get to use it, ‘fuming’ won’t even be the word.”

Molly-Mae and Tommy came second on the summer edition of Love Island last year, and moved in together in Manchester soon after leaving the show.

They are currently isolating together in the luxury penthouse-style flat, which even has its own sauna.