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Emma Willis rocks quirky new hairstyle at GQ Men of the Year Awards

She can pull off anything!

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Whether she's brunette or blonde, Emma Willis is the queen of the quiff and loves to rock a voluminous style. But on Tuesday night, the Voice UK presenter tried out a totally new look – and she looked as effortlessly cool as usual. Emma graced the GQ Men of the Year Awards with her blonde tresses scraped back into a very tight, high bun. She held her hair in place with a thick black band and pin accessory.

As for her frock, Emma, 43, turned heads on the red carpet in a sequinned black strapless dress. She completed her shimmery look with a pair of patent black heels.

Emma scraped her hair into a very tight, high bun

The mother-of-three joined other stars at the awards including Gordon and Tana Ramsay, and David and Victoria Beckham, who coordinated in sleek suits. The former Spice Girl stunned in a chic trouser suit from her resort 2020 collection, which consists of a double-breasted blazer and wide-leg trousers. The couple's eldest son Brooklyn, 20, also joined the Beckhams at the event, where David was honoured with the Editor's Special Award.

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Earlier this year, HELLO! caught up with Emma's hair stylist of four years, Louis Byrne, who revealed everything you need to know about the mum-of-three's hair.

The presenter turned heads in a sequinned black strapless dress

Speaking about her white blonde mane, Louis said: "It's been something we've been working on for quite a while. I developed a hair technique called Spotlight Colour, it's really about personalising the hair colour that you have. With Emma it's about enhancing the quiff area and using the colour to do that - creating a spotlight effect in the hair to give it a natural gleam and shine."

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Louis added: "We've been going from darker to light in a kind of gradual process. In the past year, we've taken it from stage to stage." The relationship between a hairstylist and a client is a special one, and Louis agrees. "I've worked with Emma for four years, she's very trusting and open," he said. "And when you have a relationship like we do – she respects me and I respect her and she knows that I would never make her look stupid, so that really helps."

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