The Love Island spin-off show revealed just how much some of the islanders have changed, as pictures from their teenage years were revealed.
Molly Mae-Hague, 20, looks totally different as the old picture of her revealed her as a brunette, in stark contrast to her current platinum blonde locks.
She appears to be attending a wedding in the old snap, as the social media influencer wears a prim blue dress and is holding a bouquet of flowers.
Newcastle native Amber Gill, 21, is also barely recognisable in her teenage throwback, with her curly locks a darker shade than now.
She is also seen sporting a bright red lipstick and blusher on her cheeks, as she grins for the camera.
Yewande Biala, 23, is the picture of cuteness as she is seen sitting on a stairs in a bright pink dress.
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Her hands are clasped in her lap, while she wears a gold necklace and gives the camera a straight face.
Curtis, 23, is revealed to be a smiley child, as he grins widely in his old photo, as he wears a floral garland around his neck.
While Aftersun gave an insight into the islanders' childhood and teenage years, Sunday night's episode of the ITV2 dating show had a very heated moment between Maura and Tom.
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Maura Higgins told Tom Walker to "go f**k yourself" after she heard him make a crude and offensive comment about her.
Maura overheard Tom make a comment about her being “all mouth” as he talked to the boys ahead of his and Maura’s night together in the hideaway.
As Tom and the boys discussed whether he and Irish Maura might get sexual during their time alone, Tom crudely said he would be able to find out if she was “all mouth” – referring to her sexually-charged behaviour in the villa.
However, Maura was in earshot and heard Tom’s comment about her – and she immediately called him out on it.
After asking him to repeat what he said, Maura was shocked by his misogynistic comment and promptly told him to "f**k off".
Tom quickly realised the gravity of his comment and returned to the boys with his head in his hands, while they struggled to stop laughing.
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