Chris Moyles shares blonde hair transformation following lockdown

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From Digital Spy

Chris Moyles is the latest celeb to have joined the long list of those updating their look during lockdown.

The Radio X DJ took to Twitter on Thursday (May 28) to tease that he'd been tampering with his hair lately and was planning on showing off the results soon, promising that his was "the best transformation since [Calvin Harris]."

Sticking to his word, he uploaded a selfie the following day to reveal his new bleach blonde crop. "So I finally did it," he wrote alongside the snap.

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Related: Dancing on Ice's Ashley Banjo unveils complete hair transformation in lockdown

"What? Joined Erasure," LBC presenter James O'Brien quipped in the replies, referencing the pop duo and their 'dos in the 1980s.

"Borrowed a hoody from your nephew?" Countryfile host Julia Bradbury teased, while comedian Tim Minchin appeared to be more of a fan, writing: "YES."

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Related: This Morning's Ruth Langsford hits back at claims she broke lockdown to sort her hair

Since the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has caused many hairdressers and barbers to shutter, several famous faces have taken makeover matters into their own hands, from soap stars Danny Miller, Alexander Lincoln and Matthew Wolfenden to 13 Reasons Why actor Dylan Minnette.

Like Moyles, Emmerdale's Isabel Hodgins and Strictly Come Dancing winner Kelvin Fletcher have bleached their barnets. Who will be next?!

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