Fans have noticed Molly-Mae is looking very different in her new video

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Fans have noticed that Love Island 2019's Molly-Mae Hague is looking very different in her most recent YouTube video.

Since leaving the villa, Molly-Mae has started uploading videos to her YouTube again, most recently posting a vlog of her time in L.A shooting for her PrettyLittleThing collection.

Instagram meme account "I'm Just Bait" posted two pictures, comparing Molly-Mae before Love Island to a screenshot from the vlog. But it looks like the post has since been deleted.

The photos are now doing the rounds on Twitter, with people commenting on how different she looks.

The first pictures are both from before Molly-Mae went on Love Island. The second are more recent pictures.

The shape of Molly-Mae's face looks completely different. One comment simply said: "She didn't look like that on Love Island. Did she?" and another said: "The bottom pic is edited right?".

The pictures aren't edited and are taken from the last minute of her L.A vlog on YouTube. The video was posted this week and has nearly 500k views. It's also had over 1,000 comments.

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The vlog is about her time in the US shooting for her new range with PrettyLittleThing. The social influencer bagged herself a £500,000 deal with the fashion brand, which included her launching own clothing line and becoming a brand ambassador.

However, PrettyLittleThing has confirmed eight of Molly-Mae's new 49-item collection were already on sale.

This isn't the first time fans have noticed Molly-Mae looking very different. Old pictures of her before she was famous looking completely unrecognisable went viral when she was in the villa.

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