Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong reveals dramatic new look as she transforms her hair into a blonde bob

LISA Armstrong has revealed her dramatic new look after transforming her hair into a blonde bob.

Ant McPartlin's ex flashed a big smile as she told fans: "Back to work…..New Hair!!"

The 43-year-old make-up artist looked happy to be back in the dressing room.

One follower remarked: "Lisa, you look like a weight as been lifted from you. Lovely lady through & through. Best wishes for your future. Xx"

Another said: "Looks great – blonde suits you."

Someone else added: "Looks great – blonde suits you."

Lisa, 43, has been enjoying life with her new man James Green who she was recently spotted hugging and laughing with at a park cafe.

It saw her move on from her divorce with Ant after she was granted a decree nisi in October, with the marriage officially ended by April’s decree absolute.

She had a clear out earlier this week, putting Ant's unwanted stuff on the street for folk to take.

In 2017 the I’m A Celebrity host went to rehab for drink and prescription drug addiction.

Lisa boxed items up outside their former marital home with a sign saying: “Help yourself.”

The haul included his old bathrobe and a pile of board games, including adult lie detector quiz Saint or Sinner.

Books the BGT host left in the marital split included Piers Morgan’s The Insider and Craig Revel Horwood’s Tales from the Dance Floor.

Piers joked that he was "hurt" after pal Lisa threw his book out onto the street with ex Ant McPartlin's belongings.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Piers told co-host Susanna Reid: "Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong – who is a wonderful make-up artist, she does my make-up on Life Stories.

"And I thought we were friends. I really did. I was quite friendly with Ant.

"Terrible scenes in The Sun, 'ex clears out star's stuff. Ant McPartlin ex-wife left his unwanted stuff on the street for folk to take.' Apparently this is stuff that Ant himself didn't want back.

"These are the unwanted items that neither of them ever wanted to see again. There were things you'd expect, like Craig Revel Horwood's Tales From the Dancefloor. Wholly understandable.

"His Newcastle shirt. I wouldn't want to keep them either. A Team Ant foam hand from Saturday Night Takeaway. Again, why would you want that?

"So you have all these things – and in the middle of it, you have a copy of my book, The Insider."

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