Molly-Mae Hague has broken down in tears after revealing she had a cancer scare.
The Love Island star took to her Instagram Stories on Saturday in a series of teary-eyed videos, where she told her 4.5million followers that she had spotted a mole on her leg after her stint in the reality show’s villa.
After watching a Stand Up To Cancer segment about Emily Hayward – who died from skin cancer in 2018 – Molly-Mae admitted she was “blessed” that her mole was not cancerous.
She said: “I actually found a mole on the back of my calf about a year or so ago and had it checked, obviously I’m so blessed that mine wasn’t cancerous, but it just made me so upset that like ”what does she do to deserve that? Who deserves that?”’
“It is just the worst thing in the world. It’s just to comprehend for families that have to go through it, how much of a struggle it must be for people who actually deal with cancer.
“It just broke my heart watching that,” she admitted, before urging her followers to get their moles checked.
“Get your moles checked out people!!! It is so unbelievably important. I’ve had this checked three times now by different consultants just to be sure.
“This just appeared out of nowhere for me and my mum actually noticed it when I was on Love Island through watching me on TV,” she wrote, adding: “Never ignore changes to your body.”
On the latest episode of Goss Chats, Goss.ie Founder Ali Ryan chats to The 2 Johnnies ahead of their highly anticipated RTÉ series ‘The 2 Johnnies Do America’.
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On this week’s episode of #GossChats @itsalirose chats to @the2johnnies ahead of their highly anticipated debut RTE series ‘The 2 Johnnies Do America’. From wanting to duet wth @paul.mescal to how they stay so grounded, the lads open up about their careers to date. #GossChats is sponsored by @haus_of_jejuve