Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse was rocking a brand new, much shorter hairstyle on Thursday – and fans quickly fell in love with her chic look.
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Posting a selfie in which she donned a funky rainbow sweatshirt, the winner of this year's Strictly glitterball wrote: "Realised I’ve been posting dog pictures which is so not like me so I thought ok I should break the pattern with a selfie and to say dance class announcement will be made tomorrow. Hope you’re all in the mood to dance again with some of your favourite online teachers and some new ones too."
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Oti's extra short do features a slick curled fringe, and it wasn't long before fans took to the comment section of the professional dancer's post to gush about her hair.
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Fans loved Oti's new look
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Fellow Strictly star Dianne Buswell sweetly wrote: "Cute hair love that."
Another social media user added: "I love this hairstyle on you."
Oti's new hair marked a big change
A third said: "You're so beautiful Oti. Your hair is lovely short really brings out your bone structure," while many more simply noted: "Love the hair."
It's been a monumental few weeks for Oti, who was crowned the winner of this year's Strictly alongside her celebrity partner, comedian Bill Bailey, for the second year running.
Speaking after the popular BBC show's dazzling finale, the 30-year-old said: "To the fans, my friends and family. To everyone who supported strictly and Bill and I.
"This journey would have not been possible without you, voting every week and really being there for us on a personal I really want to thank the pros and Especially @johannesradebe @amy_dowden @karenhauer for holding me up, checking on me (and my bruised body) our chats that kept my chin up and the laughs we shared really being there for each other."
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