The new style stripped away all of her big, blonde hair in favour of a pared-down do that was a bit Mia Farrow, a bit Emma Watson, and far more accessible than the bouffant and hair jewellery weve seen in previous weeks.
Also refreshing was contestant Rebecca Fergusons performance outfit, a vintage Ossie Clark number borrowed from Lily Allens Lucy in Disguise vintage boutique. The two-piece red crepe ensemble felt fit for a diva in the making.
And Cheryl, thanks for leaving those LOreal-endorsed locks loose this week. But now we need to have a little sit-down about your clothes. Youre a gorgeous girl. Why not give the crusted-on embellishment a rest and choose a simpler, more natural look than this Falguni and Shane Peacock frock next week? Arent you always telling contestants that the nation wants to see the real you? We feel the same way.More