Molly-Mae Hague Follows Podcast Controversy By Making Huge Career Announcement

'Get ready for my first catwalk show in LONDON...'


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Two weeks following the online uproar over Molly-Mae’s controversial comments on Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a CEO podcast, the 22-year-old has bounced back on social media to announce a massive career move.

As creative director of PrettyLittleThing for the UK and Europe, Molly-Mae announced today that she’s going to be bringing the brand to LFW for the very first time.

On Wednesday, February 16th, the brand states that Molly-Mae’s vision will “come to life as we showcase 37 looks” all designed by the influencer.

Last week Molly-Mae released a statement to apologise for her comments on Diary of a CEO, which many classed as “tone deaf”.

The star explained how her comments were meant to “tell my story and inspire from my own experience,” as she writes in her statement, however the comments sparked debate about her privilege and “disregard” of those who are less advantaged.

Trending on Twitter for days to follow, Molly-Mae received unmerciful trolling online, with users bandwagoning on the important discussion to send the star death threats, as well as trolling her looks and capabilities.


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Now, sharing her first career announcement since appearing on the podcast, it’s clear to see many fans have mixed emotions; with some thrilled to see the star thriving, while others still question her comments on the podcast and her role with PrettyLittleThing.

Molly-Mae has not responded to any of the commentary since her statement last week.