Emma Willis shows off new platinum blonde hair on red carpet at NTA Awards

EMMA Willis showed off her new platinum blonde hair at the NTA Awards last night.

The Voice presenter debuted her striking new look with her short locks pulled back into a voluminous quiff.

Emma Willis shows off new platinum blonde hair
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The bright look is a departure from the natural brunette shade she 42-year-old TV star usually favours.

Sharing her new look on Instagram, Emma shared: “Team Willis knock it out the park again.

“New hair, new dress and definitely a new face compared to the tired and puffy one that sat in the chair 3 hours before this was taken.”

Earlier this month Emma’s hair was a more natural blonde as she  joined The Voice judges for the launch of the latest series.

The new look is striking
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Emma usually has dark hair
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She rocked the new look
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Emma Willis looked amazing in a pink suit at The Voice launch

She marked the start of the talent show alongside American superstar Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs, will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones.

Jennifer, 37, also opted for velvet wearing a flattering black minidress, while the men looked dapper in suits.

The new series, which features the famous red chairs, kicks off again at the same time as BBC One dancing show The Greatest Dancer – but they aren’t worried about the competition.

Olly joked: “The Greatest Dancer is already here on The Voice. They should scrap the show!”

will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones, Emma Willis, and Olly Murs strike a pose
Jennifer and will.i.am seemed excited to be reunited
Jennifer looked amazing in her black dress
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“I’m already here. I’m already the greatest dancer – dad dancing”, the singer joked as he attended the red carpet launch of the show.

He said of being signed up for a new instalment of The Voice after making his debut as coach last year:

“Of course I knew I was going to get a second series!

“They could not have me one year and not have me back.”

will.i.am, who has been on The Voice since its inception, when it was on the BBC, said of going head-to-head with The Greatest Dancer: “There are a lot of TV shows. We are up against Instagram too.”

Sir Tom Jones will be back in the red chair
Olly Murs looked like he was raring to go

While Jennifer said there would be “even more energy and passion” in this year’s series.

“There’s an amazing, great energy between us all,” she said of her fellow coaches, who were all on last year’s series.

“It’s like a family reunited.”


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