The Geordie Shore star has been through one big transformation, and some fans seem to have reacted badly to her latest selfie...

We all know and love Charlotte Crosby for her fun and totally outrageous antics on Geordie Shore, but the star has also been hitting the headlines thanks to her beauty transformation.

The reality favourite has never hidden her desire to change things about herself. While we think she looks great just as she is, Charlotte recently revealed a new nose and has always been pretty vocal about her decision to have lip fillers.

See: Charlotte Crosby’s New Nose Sparks A Big Debate

Geordie Shore cast, London, Britain - 01 Jul 2011

Well, it is her body.

But the 26-year-old appears to have shocked some fans with her latest Instagram snap, leaving many begging Charlotte to stop altering her face.

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The photo, which appears to have been deleted after being captured by internet users, showed the former Big Brother winner pouting to the camera in a black and white close-up shot.

According to reports, fans were quick to react to the picture. One allegedly commented: ‘Please stop with the lips, you’re ruining yourself and your starting to look absolutely ridiculous! [sic].’

Whilst another Instagram user is said to have added: ‘You used to be so naturally pretty! Enough!!!’

Sadly, Charlotte is no stranger to criticism, recently hitting back at Made In Chelsea‘s Louise Thompson who told New! magazine that she believed getting surgery portrayed a bad image to Geordie Shore viewers.


Despite concern from some fans, earlier this year Charlotte revealed that she gets her lips done regularly to ensure that they stay plump.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, she said: ‘I’ve been getting my lips done for about two years now, I get them done every five or six months at a place in Newcastle. I had the thinnest top lip before.

‘I don’t think it’s the Kylie Jenner effect because I was getting mine done way before Kylie Jenner got trendy.’

Carry on doing you, Charlotte.

By Naomi Bartram