Jesy Nelson has stunned fans with a dramatic hair transformation.
The gorgeous Little Mix singer, 29, took to Instagram on Monday to debut her fiery new do’ – unveiling her new red hair to her 7.1 million followers.
The Black Magic hit-maker oozed sex appeal as she seductively gazed into camera while clinging onto her new eye-catching tresses.
Jesy showed her incredibly toned tummy and tiny waist as she posed in a white bralette and a pair of loose-fitted blue denim jeans.
Alongside her latest offering, the singing sensation wrote: “Same but different.”
It wasn’t long before her adoring fans flocked to shower her with compliments as many dubbed her ‘the goddess of fire’.
Elsewhere, some followers compared Jesy to Ginger Spice Geri Halliwell.
“We missed ginger Jesy! You are the image of Ginger Spice here!” gushed one user.
“The goddess of fire. Oh, my days, you’re hot, hot, hot!” another echoed.
“Jesy! Please keep this ginger hairstyle. You are so stunning!” a third pleaded.
While a fourth admirer wrote: “This woman just keeps getting hotter. I can’t cope!”.
Jesy’s striking makeover comes after the Little Mix star endured her first ever performance without band-mate and best friend Jade Thirwall during Saturday night’s installment of Little Mix: The Search.
The successful girl group took to the stage for a live performance of their new single Sweet Melody at the start of the epic show.
However, after coming into contact with someone who had tested positive for Covid-19, Jade was forced to self-isolate for 14 days on UK government advice.
A statement from Little Mix last week read: “Jade has to self-isolate this week and will therefore be carrying out her role as Mentor on Little Mix: The Search from home.
“For this Saturday’s show, Jade will participate via video link, continuing to mentor alongside Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.”
Despite missing one vital band member, the performance was a roaring success which garnered an incredible reaction on social media.
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