Helen Flanagan looks totally different after very glamorous makeover ahead of holiday | The Sun
HELEN Flanagan beamed as she showed off a fresh make-over before her holiday.
The former Coronation Street star is one of the confirmed names to take part in I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.
Helen, 32, looked totally different after very glamorous makeover.
She showed off a shorter hair-do that was softly curled at the edges.
The mum-of-two looked stunning with huge eyelashes and a slick of nude lippy.
Showing off her fresh manicure in a selfie, she captioned the shot on Instagram: "Nearly holiday time."
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It's been all go for Helen who has been one of the stars confirmed to take part in the highly-anticipated I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.
Ant and Dec shared the first trailer during tonight’s Saturday Night Takeaway and it promised lots of drama.
Carol Vorderman and Helen were seen screaming in terror in the first look at I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.
The stars got stuck into some horrifying looking trials as they return to the show for a second time.
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Some of the original ITV reality show's most memorable campmates have headed to South Africa as they battle it out to become the first I'm A Celebrity Legend.
Boxer Amir Khan, model Janice Dickson and Diversity dance troupe star Jordan Banjo were also announced among those set to enter the camp during the show's launch episode.
Olympic athlete Fatima Whitbread, former royal butler Paul Burrell, former England cricketer Phil Tufnell and the Happy Mondays' Shaun Ryder will complete the line-up.
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