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Love Island’s Molly-Mae slashes her own eyelid open with a fake nail in bloody accident in Crete

MOLLY-Mae Hague slashed her eyelid open with a fake nail while on holiday in Crete.

The Love Island star, 21, revealed the gash above her eye after she accidentally poked herself with an acrylic nail.

Molly-Mae shared a close-up of her injury on her Instagram Stories.

The reality star – who was recently joined in Crete by boyfriend Tommy Fury – flashed a glum look at the camera while revealing the wound above her left eye.

“Acrylic nail straight in the eyelid. Lovelyyy,” the reality star wrote.

“Me and the sea just have not mixed well this holiday.”

Molly-Mae’s injury comes after she and her Love Island co-star Maura Higgins “nearly died” of seasickness during a yacht trip last week.

The ITV stars forced the boat to turn back as they were “petrified” and “nearly vomiting”.

Maura told her followers that they boarded “what we thought was a beautiful yacht” but things soon took a turn for the worse.

The brunette said she and hairdresser Jay Birmingham were “nearly vomiting” while Molly-Mae said her lookalike sister Zoe was “crying”.

Molly-Mae added: “I don’t know how I’m here right now.”

Maura went on to share some footage of their rocky boat trip.

Molly-Mae later told her followers “the waves were that bad the boat was almost capsizing” and both her and sister Zoe were “fearing for our lives”.

On Friday night, the group enjoyed some drinks and one thing led to another.

As they headed back to their rooms, Zoe decided to have a quick play on a piano and Maura was more than happy to provide the vocals.

Dressed to the nines in a chic pinstripe blazer and Molly-Mae’s YSL heels, the Irish TV star burst into song and even danced a bit.

Molly-Mae and Maura appear to be having a whale of a time in Crete, so much so, that Molly-Mae has even been impersonating her fellow Islander.

The blonde did a hilarious impression of Maura, which included an F-word rant.


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