Love Island’s Belle brands Molly-Mae ‘two-faced’ after villa exit

Molly-Mae Hague has been branded ‘two faced’ by Belle Hassan after last night’s Love Island’s results.


It was Belle and Anton Danyluk who left Love Island last night after three couples were put up for the public vote by their fellow islanders.

After discovering it was Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury who voted for her and Anton, Belle has suggested the decision was “tactical”.

“I think Molly has too many opinions sometimes,” Belle said.

She told The Sun newspaper: “I like Molly, I really get on with Molly, but she can be a little bit two faced, unknowingly. She doesn’t mean it, but she does say that.”

“I personally think me and Anton are well suited. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but at the end of the day, we will see it for what it is. ”

After leaving the villa last night, just one day before the final, Belle reacted: “I’d sum it up by saying it was absolute madness. It had its highs and lows but it was amazing. I wouldn’t change it for the world. I’m so grateful I had the opportunity to do it.”


And she accused some couples of game playing, but refused to name names.

“I definitely think there are a few people that are not genuine. They are all lovely individually but I think some of them are very clever,” Belle said.

She tipped Amber and Greg to go the distance and win the series.

Belle explained: “I adore Amber and Greg is such a lovely guy. What they have is genuine and it’s so rare for Amber to click with someone straight away and they did. I love Amber, she’s fantastic, an amazing person. Greg is man enough to take whatever Amber has to give, and he gives it back but he’ll let her win.

“They look fantastic together.”

As for her and Anton’s future together, Belle said: “I would like to say it holds something, we’ve got something good. We get on so well. We’ll take things day by day and see how it goes, but the future looks good.

“We’ve been genuine, real and true to ourselves. We haven’t faked anything. We haven’t allowed ourselves to get wrapped up in it all, we’re realistic about things. It’s cemented a solid foundation and we can hopefully get through the challenges of missing each other. The future looks good.”


Love Island 2019 concludes tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

The final will see the winner crowned and a £50,000 prize up for grabs.