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Myleene Klass debuted a bold new hair colour at the Ab Fab premiere

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Myleene Klass debuted an edgy makeover as she hit the Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie premiere. The 38-year-old revealed that she had dyed her tresses into a striking shade of platinum blonde, marking a drastic change for the star who has rarely strayed from her trademark brunette locks.

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Myleene Klass debuted a platinum blonde hairstyle

The British beauty showed off her new 'do by wearing her long bob down in tousled waves, simultaneously upping the style stakes in a gorgeous sleeveless jumpsuit with flared trousers.

The TV presenter initially eased herself into the drastic makeover by opting for honey-hued blonde last week. Myleene took to Instagram to show off her new look in a gorgeous selfie, complementing the style with a slick of statement red lipstick. "#blondie @lisalaudat1," she wrote in the snap's accompanying caption. 

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Myleene first went blonde last week 

However, it seems that the shade wasn't blonde enough for the star, who has now gone for a bold platinum blonde colour, turning heads as she enjoyed a rare night off to head to the premiere on Wednesday alongside stars including Kate Moss, Kylie Minogue and Emma Bunton.

Myleene recently opened up about juggling her busy work schedule and motherhood, revealing she decided to "own" being a single mother after splitting from husband Graham Queen in 2012.

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Myleene is known for her trademark brunette tresses

"I decided to 'own' being a single mother, to challenge the stereotype," she told The Daily Telegraph's Stella magazine. I'm like a cockroach. Stamp on me, but you won't destroy me, I'll keep coming back. I don't know any other way to be.

"And if you have children and you are the one who is the breadwinner, the tooth-brusher, the dinner-maker, the bag-packer, you just have to keep on going."

She added: "I am a single mother. I provide for my girls, I feed them, I look after them. I think there are a lot of women out there in a similar position. You think it's better to be with someone – but the reality is it's not better."

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