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Molly-Mae reveals she was forced to ‘do things she didn’t want to’ on Love Island

MOLLY-Mae Hague has revealed she was forced to do things she didn't want to do by Love Island producers while in the villa.


The 20-year old influencer admitted she wished she had stood up for herself when told to make sure Belle knew when Anton had given his phone number to a cashier.



In one of the most explosive scenes in the series, Belle Hassan confronted Anton about handing out his number when all the lads had gone to the supermarket.


Now Molly-Mae has revealed she was told to tell the girls, in particular Anna – despite Tommy Fury swearing her to secrecy.


She told Closer magazine: “There were loads of things that I wish weren’t shown, or things that I wish were shown.

“For example, there was one point where Tommy told me a little secret about Anton giving his phone number to  a shop assistant and when he told me that one of the producers came up to me and said, ‘You need to tell Anna about that. You need to make sure you tell Anna that that happened’.



“But I was like, ‘But he just made me promise that I wouldn’t say’. She said, ‘Don’t worry, we won’t show that bit, it will be fine, just tell Anna’. I was like, ‘Ok, fine’.


“So I told Anna and I know I got a lot of backlash saying I was being unfaithful to Tommy but sometimes you have to do things in there that you don’t necessarily want to do but for the storyline it just makes it work.”


She added: “No disrespect to the producers but it was really hard. Some of the things that happened, it was like, ‘For god’s sake, that wasn’t me’.



“I wish a few times that I had stuck up for myself a little bit more and been like, ‘No, I am not going to do that because that’s not me’. It’s a TV show at the end of the day.”

Her comments come after we revealed that a star from this year’s series has been threatening to expose the show's secrests after becoming irritated by people who work behind the scenes and some of their fellow Islanders.



The unnamed person claims some of the cast were unfairly "forgotten" about and cut out of key scenes which were aired on TV.