Megan Barton Hanson is a Barbie girl as she wears pink PVC skirt for night out in Manchester

The 24-year-old Love Island star was spotted dressed in pink, hitting the town in a PVC skirt, heels and tight jumper.

Megan's blonde hair was blow dried to one side and her glistening white teeth finished off her Barbie look.

The star has admitted to having plastic surgery but recently slammed double standards, saying you can be pretty and a feminist.

And she hit back at fans who criticise her on social media, after one person commented on a photo and said she was "fat now".

Megan, 24, was momentarily crushed, but fury quickly took over and she decided to publicly call the troll out and encourage other women to embrace their curves.

She told Fabulous magazine: “I really made an effort that night. I got a stylist, got my favourite hair and make-up artist, and I felt like a princess.

"I was in such good spirits and then to see all these negative comments, I was like: ‘What the hell?’. It’s so nasty to look at a picture and to take time out of your day to criticise and pull me apart.

She added: "I am quite a sensitive person and I’m just human like everyone else. I might have a blue tick, but I still have feelings.

"I’m a size 10, I lead a healthy life, I go to the gym, I eat right and yeah I’ve put on weight since the villa, but I’m not overweight and I’m not fat!”

The stone Megan has gained in the five months since Love Island is, she says, a sign of her happiness.

She added: "Yes, I’ve put on a stone, but I’m comfortable with my figure. I like being womanly, and that when I wear a pencil skirt it goes in and out.”

Megan says she is a feminist, although she has faced criticism from some quarters who question how that squares with her extensive cosmetic surgery and sex industry work.

“As long as you empower women and support what women do with their bodies, that’s a feminist as far as I’m concerned.

"If someone never wants to get surgery or shave their armpits, that’s fine.

"If I wanna go out and spend hundreds of thousands of pounds on surgery, that’s also fine.”

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