Molly-Mae reveals incredible hidden talent as she she sings Christmas carols – as sweet video leaves fans in tears

MOLLY-MAE Hague stunned fans with her sensational singing voice singing Christmas carols and leaving her fans in tears.

The 22-year-old unveiled her secret talent in her latest Christmas vlog on her YouTube channel.


The Love Island star sang snippets of the Christmas songs O Holy Night and Merry Christmas Everyone with her mum and sister.

Molly went back to Hitchin in North Hertfordshire, with the extravagant gift for her mum, Debbie Gordon.

She surprised her with a brand new Audi Q5 and promised fans she 'vlogged' the moment her mum saw the surprise.

"Happy Christmas mum," the Love Island star captioned her Instagram story, that showed Debbie giving her famous daughter a peck on the lips in front of her new wheels.

Molly decked out the grey car with a giant ribbon and inflatable red star before handing it over on Christmas Day.

"Vlogged this moment," Molly told fans.

Fans were left in teary-eyed as one commented: "This made me cry. You have worked so hard. And to be able to give back to your mom is just so special. You truly are a gem."

Another wrote: "Awww Molly this is so cute and amazing 😭😩 I can't wait till I can do this for my parents ❤"

A third penned: "I love this your mom is so lucky to have you ❤️❤️I nearly teared up."

In her recent YouTube video the Love Island star explained that it means she doesn't get to see Tommy over the Christmas period.

She told fans: "I don’t obsess over Christmas, I’m not massively into Christmas.

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"Don’t get me wrong I do like it but I’m not obsessed with it.

"I think when you come from a split household Christmas is always a little bit different," she continued.

"I want to make sure that I spend the time with my family, but when my family are doing their own two different places, it’s always a little bit tricky.

"I like to see Tommy and his family at Christmas but because my family are down south, I don’t really get to do that."



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