Love Island’s Belle brands Molly-Mae ‘two-faced’ with ‘too many opinions’

Love Island's Belle Hassan has slammed 'two-faced' Molly-Mae Hague after she was dumped from the villa.

The makeup artist, 21, left the show tonight after a public vote, which came after Molly-Mae and Tommy voted for her and Anton Danyluk to leave.

Belle said the vote was "tactical" on the Instagram influencer's part and claimed Molly wasn't entirely honest.

She said: "I think Molly's got too many opinions sometimes. I like Molly, I really like Molly and 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's entitled to their own opinion, but at the end of the day people will see it for what it is. It is what it is. I'll judge her on that.

"Everybody had to make a decision and I just hope her reasoning was pure."

Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury are the favourites to win, with Amber and Greg, Ovie and India and Maura and Curtis facing them in the final.

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Fans have said Molly-Mae is faking her feelings for Tommy, but  Belle believes they're genuinely happy together.

She added: "It's hard to tell how someone is. People are good at putting an act on. Only time will tell."

One couple she's not so sure on is Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard, who she thinks should have gone before her and Anton.

Belle continued: "I love them both but I just think they argued quite a lot. I struggle to see the connection there.

"They're lovely individually and they do obviously get on but there were just a few moments in there, I don't know if they were aired or not, I saw a few weaknesses in their relationship.

"But they're a strong couple, everyone's a strong couple at this point."

*Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2

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