Katie Price has told the Love Island girls to "get over it" after a number of them took major offence to Hugo Hammond saying he didn't like "fake" looks.
During a task on Tuesday night's episode, the islanders had to guess their partners' answers to some questions, including their biggest turn offs.
Chloe Burrows correctly guessed that Hugo didn't like "fake" girls, with him explaining that meant fake in terms of looks and personality.
Sharon Gaffka and Faye Winter were fuming, with Sharon branding him "ignorant" for his comments, before social media became ablaze with people defending Hugo.
And Katie – who is partial to a bit of surgery herself – has waded in now, seemingly siding with the former PE teacher and slamming the girls.
Taking to her Instagram while watching the episode, Katie said: "Get over it girls!
"Some guys don't like the fake look, they like the girl next door."
She added: "If you can't handle the criticism, don't have the work done."
Sharon and Faye's argument was that Hugo shouldn't be throwing the "fake" word around, as they said girls get work done because they have body issues.
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Faye, for example, spoke of how she had really struggled with her appearance during her teens, and that her parents bought her a boob job for her 18th birthday as she was so affected by it.
Hugo was horrified when the offence he had unwittingly caused was brought to his attention, and he even broke down in tears after feeling so bad.
Sharon eventually spoke to him about it and tried to smooth things over, but the lads weren't impressed.
Her current partner Aaron Francis gave her the cold shoulder when they got into bed that night, after being unhappy with the way the situation had been handled.
On Twitter, a majority of viewers sided with Hugo, especially after Sharon compared his not liking of the "fake" look, to someone sharing their preference for a certain height or race.
Hugo himself knows all about having surgery, although his experiences were not for cosmetic reasons.
He underwent several operations as a child, having been born with club foot, and it technically classed as disabled still now.
It's not clear whether or not Hugo has spoken about his disability or past in the villa or with the girls, however he did not mention it during the "fake" row during Tuesday's episode.
Love Island airs Sunday to Friday at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVHub
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