Love Island's Molly Mae and Tommy Fury down shots on boozy night out in Ibiza
LOVE Island stars Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague have been busy partying hard in Ibiza.
The pair were seen downing shots as they let their hair down on a last-minute holiday abroad.
The loved-up duo were on a raucous day out with friends and can be seen on social media indulging in some spicy looking drinks while letting off steam with their pals.
They were later seen eating steak in a restaurant filled with scantily-clad dancers who were shaking their booties as the pair enjoyed dinner.
The reality stars could be heard screaming at the dancing girls with encouragement as they shook their behinds while dancing on the tables.
Molly looked stunning and au natural as she enjoyed her day off with friends as they downed tequila rose.
Wearing minimal make-up and her long hair down, and an oversized white jacket and short suit with a nude crop top.
The influencer looked carefree and unaffected by her recent row with trolls.
Molly had been spotted looking gorgeous on a yacht days earlierafter hitting back at cruel trolls.
The 21-year-old reality star was joined by boyfriend Tommy Fury as the pair soaked up the sun onboard the luxury boat.
The star took to her Twitter page to hit back at horrible comments after she was snapped on the beach in a bikini and called names by online bullies.
Cruel trolls called Molly "lardy" and that she "needed to go on a diet" as they ripped apart the photos.
The pair have been staying at the luxury Nobu resort in Ibiza after booking the idyllic getaway on a whim while sat on the sofa at home in Manchester.
The pair have been together since appearing on Love Island last summer, with her managing to hang onto her man, despite no end of interest from Maura Higgins.
However, they failed to win the 2019 series, with that honour going to Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea instead.
But the pair haven't missed out on any lucrative deals.
Their lavish last minute trip comes as The Sun Online revealed that Tommy had netted a whopping £150,000 in just six months after leaving the reality show.
In May, Molly admitted that going on Love Island was a "business move" while confirming she has six-figures in her bank account.
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