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Love Island fans divided over Molly-Mae’s ‘fake crying’ as FOUR islanders are dumped from villa

She said goodbye to good pal Anna

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Love Island viewers have accused Molly-Mae Hague of “fake crying” as she said goodbye to dumped islander Anna Vakili.

Last night’s episode saw Anna, Jordan Hames, Harley Brash and Chris Taylor leave the villa in a mass dumping.

Anna has been in the villa since the launch day and has built up a strong relationship with the girls so understandably, they were upset to see her go.

Anna said goodbye to the girls (Credit: ITV2)

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Amber Gill and Maura Higgins were in tears as they said goodbye to Anna, but viewers reckon Molly-Mae’s tears weren’t real.

Speaking to Amber, Molly-Mae and Maura, Anna said: “I’m so grateful for you three because I feel like I have found love with you guys, I’m so grateful.”

After a tough few days, which saw her partner Jordan admit feelings for India Reynolds despite asking Anna to be his girlfriend days before, Anna told the girls: “If I could turn back time I would do it all over again just because I found you guys.”

Molly-Mae broke down in tears and buried her face into Anna’s shoulders.

Molly-Mae then appeared to break down in tears and buried her face into Anna’s shoulders (Credit: ITV2)

Viewers were quick to call out Molly-Mae on Twitter.

One person said: “Molly-Mae really trying to public fall in love with her by force by fake crying.”

Another wrote: “Oscar winning performance from Molly-Mae ‘crying’ there.”

A third tweeted: “Molly-Mae went hard with the acting/crying.”

Others defended Molly-Mae.

One wrote: “What am I missing for everyone to be hating on Molly-Mae saying she’s fake crying no tears etc? Her face was in Annas’ neck as far as I could see so how are people being some kind of beady eye tear checker?

“Can’t girls just try being nice for one day to each other.”

Another wrote: “Is it just me that feels sorry for Molly-Mae? The poor girl can’t do right for doing wrong and constantly gets slated at every turn.”

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Molly-Mae and her partner Tommy Fury are current favourites to win the show and take home the £50K prize.

The final airs next Monday (July 29).

Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.

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