In her most recent selfie, raised their eyebrows as Angie's lips looked fuller than ever, and her cheeks noticeably (and unnaturally) plump.
In photos taken back in 2013, the budding starlet would opt for a far more natural look, but as soon as Angie hit our screens on Gogglebox in 2015, the blonde beauty underwent TV makeover to rival that of MAFS enemy Jessika Power.
Angie has been honest about her love of fillers in the past, confessing to The Daily Telegraph earlier this year: "They say it is a preventive. I just love it … just a little bit. You don't need it often, maybe once every year.
"I have got real everything but I look after my skin so I get a little bit of (Botox) and cheeky fillers."
While the new author admits to her penchant for skin treatments, she has aggressively denied claims of plastic surgery, despite rumours circulating that she dropped a whopping $50,000 dollars on cosmetic surgery.
A close friend told New Idea, that Angie may have even enlisted the help of a cosmetic surgeon for her Bachelorette makeover.
"She went on a huge surgery spree prior to filming The Bachelorette," the source dished.
"She wanted to look her very best when she met the man of her dreams – I mean, who wouldn’t!"
Ahead of her turn on The Bachelorette, Angie again addressed speculation surrounding plastic surgery claims.
"I've had the same work [fillers] for the last four years, but all of a sudden everyone is saying I've changed my face for the show," she told a local Australian publication.
"That's 100 per cent not true. I've just lost weight no extra work."