Claudia Winkleman ditched her signature style as she attended an event in London on Tuesday evening.
Stepping out at Sky’s Up Next event at the Theatre Royal, the 50 year old Strictly Come Dancing host wowed in a chic, structured blazer that she wore atop a black and white lace top with a satin bow tie.
But the television presenter, who was joined by her husband Kris Thykier at a recent event, seemed to opt for a sweeping side fringe rather than her usual block bangs, showing off her smokey, sultry eyeshadow.
Claudia finished off her new look with a pair of sensational flared black trousers as she stood tall in a pair of stilettos while toting her essentials in a white clutch.
Meanwhile, the star can be seen in the new show Claudia Winkleman: Behind The Fringe at The Cambridge Theatre.
The new show puts Claudia’s iconic hairdo into the spotlight as she uses the fringe to tell the story of her life.
On the first night of the tour in Guildford in April, she explained: “People ask, ‘Did you always have a fringe?’. And yes I did.
“People ask what I am hiding with my fringe — and it’s a massive forehead that is repellent.
“I was born with six extra teeth like a little dinosaur. When people saw me smile, they screamed.
“But when I was 21 and a virgin, I got my fringe, and everything started happening.”
Speaking to Express.co.uk recently, the star was asked if there is pressure for women in the spotlight to look younger.
Claudia replied: “I mean, I’d love to say no, but people probably do feel like they need to look young.
“I mean, my best piece of advice is to get an oversized and very heavy and slightly too long fringe.
“Because underneath here, it’s a disgrace,” she joked.
Claudia’s legendary TV career has seen her host some of the nation’s favourite shows, including Strictly Come Dancing alongside Tess Daly, Saturday night live, and The Great British Sewing Bee.
In the early days of her career in the 1990s she worked as a travel presenter and as a reporter for shows such as This Morning.
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