Love Island's Olivia Buckland urges fans to "move on" after Photoshop claims

Published Friday, Aug 5 2016, 11:59 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Love Island's Olivia Buckland has taken to Instagram to urge fans to "move on" after they accused her of photoshopping a number of bikini pictures.

With her tiny waist and catwalk-worthy pins there's no denying Olivia has a figure to-die-for, and on Thursday afternoon (4 August) the reality star decided to treat her fans and followers to an eye-popping swimwear snap from sun-soaked Marbella.


Love Island's Olivia Buckland poses in bikini in Marbella, Spain, 4th August 2016

© Instagram / @oliviadbuck

But of course, with the compliments came the speculative comments and a handful of Olivia's followers were almost certain she used her computer skills to nip in her waist, elongate her legs and even Photoshop in a thigh-gap!

"Erm I don't remember her looking that way on love island," wrote one Insta-user, while another said, "That has been photoshopped to the extreme. This is not sending a positive message to girls/women."

And it seems the comments really hit a nerve with Olivia who took to the caption of her snap to clear up the rumours. Totally denying the use of Photoshop, she told everyone to "move on," and wrote,

"I don't have photoshop on my phone, I edit my pics and put a filter on. I have a tattoo on my waist and I'm wearing oil, I know how to work angles. You guys really need to move on and accept it."

It wasn't long before the snap (which had racked up a ha-uge 62K likes the last time we checked) garnered the attention of the rest of Olivia's followers and the majority of them jumped to her defence.

"Actually in love with your figure... and your tattoos ... and you're nose piercing... Honestly just perfection literally life goals!!!" wrote one fan.

Another Insta-user said, "The jealousy is real ... @oliviadbuck has a banging body and anyone who watched Love Island could see it. All these girls need to chill. Her body is not photoshopped .. How would she even have the time to do that with the busy schedule she has."

After telling people where to go via Instagram, Olivia repeated her message on Snapchat and Twitter, but she isn't the only celeb to be bombarded with Photoshop claims of late.

Recently, Made In Chelsea's Binky Felstead came under fire from fans who accused her of altering her legs and Olivia's Love Island co-star Kady McDermott was told to stop editing her eyes in selfies - which she flat-out denied.

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