Judi Love says she feels sorry for Love Island’s Hugo Hammond after ‘fake’ row

Judi Love has revealed that she feels sorry for Love Island's Hugo Hammond after he clashed with the girls over his recents comments that he didn't like the 'fake' look on girls.

Writing in her exclusive weekly OK! magazine column, Judi said she could understand where Hugo was coming from in the row about cosmetic surgery. Sign up – for free! – to see what Judi has to say about this and plenty of other hot topics.

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Filler debate

Love Island got heated last week when Hugo made a comment about not liking fake personalities or fake looks. Sharon and Faye – who have both had cosmetic surgery – got angry with him.

I feel a bit sorry for Hugo, as there’s nothing wrong with saying you like someone more natural. I understand that some women might have cosmetic work done out of insecurity.

But the way the girls jumped on him shows that even when you’ve had the work done, it doesn’t solve the deeper insecurities.

I worry when you hear that only one of the girls on Love Island hasn’t had cosmetic surgery. They’re all so young; it sets a worrying norm for girls.

Olympic farce

A black-owned swim brand that creates inclusive swim hats for afro hair has been banned from the Olympics.

The swimming caps were rejected by FINA (International Swimming Federation) who went on to describe them as unsuitable because they didn’t “follow the natural form of the head”. In 2021, how is this happening? It’s ridiculous.

We’ve long had this stereotype of black people not being able to swim and now we have people with afro hair being told they can’t wear the equipment they need.

I’m pleased to hear, however, that the situation is now being reviewed.

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Heartbreak

Last week, Danyal Hussein was found guilty of murdering sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in a park in Wembley last year.

My heart breaks for their mother. In times like this, you are lost for words and wonder how you can bring any comfort.

To lose not one, but two children is just awful. I send Bibaa and Nicole’s family all my love and hope they can find peace.

Emma's journey

Brit Emma Raducanu did so well at Wimbledon last week before being forced to retire due to medical reasons.

She did us proud and, most importantly, she did herself proud. Watching her having that determination and also the innocence was so beautiful.

Young people have struggled and gone through a lot since the start of the pandemic, so seeing this 18-year-old girl have this unexpected experience and success is really something. Emma, you’re an inspiration.

Break time

This week, I’m taking a break. I’ve got five days off from work and I’m going to cut down on social media, too.

I’ll just be at home, doing the school run and mum duties! It’s nearly the end of term and my son has been in a production of The Lion King at school, so I want to be able to soak it all in and spend some time with my kids.

It will be nice to take some time off and recharge.

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