Amy Hart is one Love Islander who’s taken to her new celeb status like a duck to water, and her new A-list makeover is worthy of a Hollywood starlet.
After her dramatic time in the villa, where she was happily coupled up with Curtis Pritchard before his head was turned by Irish sex bomb Maura Higgins, forcing Amy to leave early, she went for the classic break-up haircut and chopped her long blonde locks into a chic lob (that’s a long bob, fyi).
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Amy is the 26-year-old Islander from Sussex who has never had a boyfriend before.She worked as an air hostess and cabin crew manager for British Airways for eight years.On launch night, Amy announced on Instagram that she had left her old job to "start a new adventure."Amy has also taken part in beauty pageants and was crowned Miss United Kingdom in the Miss Beautiful International Pageant in 2017.
But now the extensions are back and Amy’s even gone a shade lighter, showing off waist length, silver-blonde wig on her Instagram last night.
The day after Amy stepped out looking glam alongside other celebs at ITV’s annual Palooza bash she went full image overhaul, and her friends and fans can’t get enough of her return to long hair.
“Oh My God!!!” wrote series winner Amber Gill, while Yewande Biala commented a series of flame emojis.
Meanwhile one fan wrote, “This is a LOOK 🔥🔥🔥🔥” and another said, “Lashes longer than my relationships” (we think this is a good thing?).
But some lamented the loss of her choppy locks, with one writing, “Looks nice loved your bob too that was classy”, and another agreeing, “It looked so nice short. now you just looking everyone else.”
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Amy was quick to silence the hater, though, quipping “a wig for one shoot....”.
You tell ‘em, Ames.
Amy has been vocal about the trolling she’s faced since leaving the villa, admitting she’s had to curb her sassy comebacks and that she’s continued on with the therapy provided by ITV producers.
“It’s really strange, because I get trolled by people saying I get lip fillers when I haven’t had them. And then you get people saying you need this and you need that, you’ve had this and you’ve had that – it’s awful,” she said last month.
“Trolling is a big thing, and I’m going into schools to speak about it. Most of my trolling comes from young kids – it’s such a horrendous thing."