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Loose Women's Christine Lampard shocks fans with blonde hairdo – what do you think?

Fans were divided on the presenter's new hair colour


Sophie Hamilton
Parenting Editor
May 3, 2018
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She's known for her beautiful brunette locks, but Christine Lampard shocked Loose Women viewers on Wednesday with a dramatic hair colour change. The programme's host showcased a new blonde look as part of the panel's experiment to see if altering hair colour can affect personality. You wouldn't expect Christine to suit a light hair colour due to her dark eyebrows and eyes but the star totally rocked the look and got a positive reaction from her fans on social media. However, we have to reveal one tiny detail... Christine's new hair colour was actually a wig worn just for the show.

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Over on her Instagram page, Christine's followers loved her new hair shade. She posted: "Going to check out whether blondes really do have more fun! @loosewomen." One fan told her: "Really suits you. Love it x." Another said: No way! She looks stunning!." One fan was completely fooled by the wig, confessing: "Omg so embarrassed- I actually thought you’d gone blonde when I turned the TV on." Others weren't so sure, as one follower commented: "Much prettier with your dark locks, gorgeous girl."

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Christine wore a gorgeous navy jumpsuit by high street favourite M&S for the show. The Pique Short Sleeve Jumpsuit is a steal at £49.50. Beauty-wise, she accentuated her eyes with black mascara and liner and went for a nude lip and sweep of bronzer.

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The Loose Women ladies' hair transformations came after This Morning host Holly Willoughby surprised fans with photo of herself as a brunette. The presenter was sharing one of her first headshot photos taken back in the day, in honour of the recent trend started by Hollywood stars.