‘Why does she look so different?’: Fans accuse Georgia Steel of having a secret nose job… after Love Island star insisted she’d never have cosmetic surgery

Love Island’s Georgia Steel left fans baffled with her latest TikTok video on Friday as they questioned whether she’s had a ‘secret’ nose job. 

The ITV2 reality star got involved with the latest video trend on the popular app before followers quickly pointed out her button nose. 

The 24-year-old left her fans speculating whether she has had cosmetic work done on her nose while singing to Nicki Minaj‘s hit We Go Up. 

Before: Georgia pictured in 2018

‘Why does she look so different?’: Fans have accused Georgia Steel of having a secret nose job after she looked strikingly different in a TikTok video (pictured right in 2018) 

Her unrecognisable face left fans questioning what she had done as they weren’t 100% sure.  

They commented: ‘why does she look so different? does anyone know? I know she changed her hair but she looks so different but I can’t put my finger on whats different’

‘I think she just looks more mature?’; ‘Saaaaamee! I’ve want to know this too lol x’; ‘Omg nose job for sure yes.’ 

New look: The Celebs Go Dating star got involved with the latest TikTok video trend on the popular app before followers quickly pointed out her button nose

New look: The Celebs Go Dating star got involved with the latest TikTok video trend on the popular app before followers quickly pointed out her button nose

Back in 2020 – Georgia revealed she’d had a skin tightening procedure on her face, which she insisted was ‘non-surgical’.

The year before she said it’s ‘such a shame’ that so many young women go under the knife, and insisted she’d never have plastic surgery.   

She told The Sun: ‘If a girl is really insecure about something and they want to feel better about it then I get that. But twenty-year-old girls are getting so much work done now and I think it is such a shame. 

‘There are so many changing faces. I think “Why have you done that to yourself?” You looked better before.

‘It is a real shame; it really makes me feel sad. I won’t be having anything done, I’m too young.’ 

MailOnline have contacted Georgia’s representatives for more information.  

Confused: The 24-year-old left her fans speculating whether she has had cosmetic work done on her nose while singing to Nicki Minaj's hit We Go Up

Confused: The 24-year-old left her fans speculating whether she has had cosmetic work done on her nose while singing to Nicki Minaj’s hit We Go Up

Last month Georgia revealed that she faces online trolls daily calling her ‘stupid’ but says she’s ‘grateful’ for everything she’s gone through as it helped her to excel in certain areas of her life. 

The brunette beauty was diagnosed with dyslexia when she was in high school but admitted that from a young age she knew she would need extra support with her learning.

Georgia told MailOnline: ‘I think my mom was always aware, I had a little bit of a learning difficulty. Ever since I was walking and talking my parents knew that my learning would take a bit longer and need a bit more TLC.

‘Little things like I could never catch balls, which is a similar thing to dyslexia like not being able to like have good coordination.

‘My parents didn’t really want me to feel like I had something wrong with me. For instance, they wanted me to still take time in my learning and like, not use it as an excuse.’

Hmm: Her unrecognisable face left fans questioning what she had done as they weren't 100% sure

Hmm: Her unrecognisable face left fans questioning what she had done as they weren’t 100% sure

The reality TV star was diagnosed with the learning disability in her second year of high school. She said: ‘I was in my science lesson, and I’ll never forget it.

‘My science teacher came over and she was like, by the way I think you need to get tested for dyslexia.

‘I told her I’ve always had it and we know that I’ve got it and she was like, yeah but when it comes to your exams, you need it on paper. For like the extra help you would need.’

She believes it’s not something to be ashamed of and never used it as an excuse in life: I hate to make the excuse that I’m dyslexic. I’ve always found coping mechanisms, and I’ve got got on with my life.

‘But I think sometimes it’s good for people to know, because it is a learning difficulty. And it isn’t something that should be looked at not as a taboo subject.

‘I don’t really think of it as a burden, I kind of think of it is as a positive really, I think it’s character.

Influencer: Last month Georgia revealed that she faces online trolls daily calling her 'stupid' but says she's 'grateful' for everything she's gone through (pictured on Love Island)

Influencer: Last month Georgia revealed that she faces online trolls daily calling her ‘stupid’ but says she’s ‘grateful’ for everything she’s gone through (pictured on Love Island)

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