You Are What You Wear host Rylan Clark-Neal delighted his fans after he previously shared a throwback photo of himself taken in 2009. The This Morning star, who first found fame in 2012 on The X Factor, posted an image on Instagram, showing him posing by the sea in Ibiza - and he looked completely unrecognisable! "Ten years ago me just did his first live set at @mamboibiza. What an honour. 2009-2019 [sic]," Rylan captioned the snapshot at the time. Ahead of Thursday's episode of the fashion show, check out Rylan's previous look!
The image showed Rylan with blonde hair styled into a quiff and sporting a goatee, wearing a low-cut blue T-shirt and jeans. Fans were understandably shocked by his transformation, with many encouraging the star to return to his blonde roots. "Omg Rylan you look gorge with that hair x," one follower wrote, while a second added: "You could go light-haired again… so handsome." Another remarked: "Look like your mum, lovely lady."
Rylan's mum Linda was a breakout star following her appearance with Rylan on Celebrity Gogglebox, delighting viewers with her straight-talking personality and hilarious blunders. The pair, who have reprised their appearance on the show for the latest series, have been joined a number of famous faces on the hit Channel 4 show. The show also reveals a look into Rylan's gorgeous living room. A silver-grey velvet three-seat sofa is positioned towards the television and topped with grey and purple cushions. Meanwhile, a mirrored coffee table has been adorned with candles from Rylan’s Luxenoa collection, which is available at QVC.
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Behind the sofa the 30-year-old has his very own flower wall, while more cream blooms take pride of place on display in the kitchen. The former X Factor contestant has previously given a glimpse at his stunning kitchen in other social media posts, after sharing his pride at spending an entire morning cleaning.
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