Martin Lewis

This Morning's Martin Lewis shocks fans with dramatic hair transformation

Martin is best known for his role on This Morning

Aisha Nozari

Martin Lewis shocked fans on Thursday after tweeting a photo of himself sporting a striking new, slicked-back hairdo. Adding the caption: "In make up, being turned into break bunker character for my show. I've put the wig on first... who am I going to be?" it was clear that the new look was just temporary, but nevertheless, fans were taken aback.

 

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Many replied with tweets along the lines of: "You look so different!" and "Looks good on you!". Others noted hilarious similarities between Martin, 47, and other famous people. Two noted similarities between the money expert and former Prime Minister Tony Blair, with others offering up Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Sheen and Benedict Cumberbatch.

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Martin shared the snap on Twitter

Martin is best known for his role on ITV's This Morning, where he presents to viewers a myriad of ways to save money. He is also the host of The Martin Lewis Money Show, which also airs on ITV and has been hailed as the UK's most watched current affairs show. 

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In February, the father-of-one shocked fans again when he announced a drastic career change, taking to the stage at the London Palladium to perform in All Star Musicals. Speaking on This Morning at the time, Martin revealed: "I don't listen to music. I don't sing. I've never been in a choir. And I've said no to lots of TV talent show type programmes. Yet my little girl loves musicals, and so I've been watching them with her; and when I mentioned that I'd been asked to do All Star Musicals, she got very excited. I love my little girl, and I love a challenge, so I'm going to try and take my vocal chords to places they've never been before!"

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