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According to The Mirror, Tommy Fury is charging fans £30 to take pictures with him at meet and greets in Blackpool this week, while girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague is requesting just £4.

The expensive package gives Love Island fans the opportunity to grab a photo with Tommy and get his autograph at a shopping centre tomorrow.

Tommy is said to be earning roughly £5,000-an-hour for his appearances, which could allow him to rake in over £100,000 by the end of 2019.


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Tommy's girlfriend Molly-Mae is doing a PA at Loft nightclub in Perth tomorrow night and fans can pay just £4 for a meet-and-greet as well as a selfie with her.

They can also enjoy £2 drinks all night after free club entry. The reality show couple have been visiting clubs for lucrative personal appearances all over the UK and Ireland.

Tommy was in Scotland, Chester and Norwich for PAs last week, and Molly-Mae even took a private jet to Longford for one trip.


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The pair, who met on the show and were runners up in the final, have spent a lot of time apart since leaving the villa.

Molly-Mae headed off to Los Angeles for a week as part of a £500,000 deal with with PrettyLittleThing, and Tommy was in Scotland when she returned.

The pair lost the £50,000 cash prize to Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill, with many fans arguing that they should have nabbed the prize considering they're the only official couple.

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A new party trend has made its way over from the States, and could very well be hitting Irish clubs in time for the summer.

Nude Body Painting involves a club night where you turn up, strip down, and proceed to dance, drink and paint each other’s naked bodies with UV paint.

But where do we put our purses?!

While getting down to the buff is not mandatory, Nude Body Painting is definitely not a night for wall flowers.

A concept devised by Social Exposure, a New York City-based avant-garde events company, the events have been a massive success state-side and across the world, drawing hundreds of eager thrill seekers in New York, Mexico and Miami.

And now the trend has hit clubs in the UK, with the first ever event of its kind being held this weekend in London.

The idea of the nights is to ‘celebrate inner beauty, positive body image and unity through the arts’.

“Brushes are going every where and you should expect to leave completely covered in paint,” explains founder of Social Exposure, Sally Golan.

Oh my!

The rules for the evening are things such as ‘No inappropriate behaviour’ and ‘respect each other’s privacy and bodies’.

Well, we’d like to think so!