Love Island star Danny Bibby reveals hes undergone a hair transplant
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Love Island star Danny Bibby has revealed he's only ever undergone surgery once, despite what people think.
The 25 year old enjoyed a brief time in the luxurious Majorcan villa after joining the show alongside 28 year old AJ Bunker. The pair were booted out after failing to make a lasting connection with any of the Islanders.
After resuming his life outside of the programme, Danny decided to host a Q&A session with his 90,600 followers, urging them to "ask me a question".
One of his legion of fans couldn't help but ask about his hairline, questioning: "Have you had a hair transplant? x," to which he responded: "So yeah, I've had a hair transplant."
Danny went on: "I've done the corners here, straight line, but that is the only thing I've done."
Insisting that it's definitely the only time he's ever had any kind of cosmetic surgery done, he continued: "Everyone thinks I've had Botox, fillers, cheeks, jaw… it's all mine."
Pointing to his teeth, he went on: "Like, the teeth are mine," before insisting once more that it's "just the hair transplant" that he's ever done.
Elsewhere in the Q&A, one person asked him: "Do you feel famous now you've been on Love Island?" followed by two crying with laughter emojis.
"Definitely not, I went back to plumbing today. So still plumbing, still doing my usual stuff. It's just people want to get a picture now, but… good!"
It comes after Danny issued an apology for using the N-word in an old social media post, just days after being dumped from the villa.
ITV2 was slapped with more than 1,000 Ofcom complaints, with fans of the dating series calling for tradesman Danny to be removed after discovering he had used a racial slur in an Instagram comment from 2019.
Taking to Instagram to address the comments after leaving in a shock recoupling, Danny posted a picture of himself and wrote: "Hello everyone, I am finally home safe and sound and back with my friends and family and more importantly my cat ruffin.
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"Whilst I would have liked to have stayed in a little longer so people could have got to know the real Danny Bibby, I am glad to be back so I can address the matter of the post on Instagram properly.
"Whilst I was made aware of this and issued an apology whilst in the villa, the matter has always been on the front of my mind during the days in there and I would like to now add to what was said.
"After seeing all the comments and reaction to the post, I understand more that the use of the word, even in the way it was written and intended, is deeply offensive to people and I am truly sorry for using that word.
"I was always aware that written in the other way was a vile term, and I would never use it.
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"But I was unaware that the way I used it was not. I have listened too the likes of 50 cent, drake and Eminem since I was a kid, and I used it like they do as a term of friends/bro/brother.
"THAT IS THE TRUTH. I now know the term is unacceptable in any context, and will NEVER use it again. Education is key to solving problems, and I have learned a very valuable lesson. I hope others will too. I wholeheartedly apologise to anyone who I have offended and ask your forgiveness.
"I would like to now get on a normal life with my brilliant friends and family."
"I’d like to say a big thank you to all my friends, family and the public for their overwhelming support throughout my love island journey," he added.
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