BGT star George Sampson reveals he’s having a hair transplant at 23

The Street Dancer has said he's "sick of going bald"

BGT winner George Sampson has revealed he’s undergoing a £9000 hair transplant at the age of 23.

The star has admitted his signature head-spinning move has left him going bald.

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The dancer announced the news to his 235K Twitter followers.

He wrote: “Well.. happy I can finally announce my exciting news. This has been a long time coming and I cannot wait to begin with @juvidaclinics.”

The 23-year-old shared a long statement alongside the tweet which explained why he was going through with the procedure.

George explained: “SO, on the 26th April 2017, I will be travelling to the Juvida Clinic, Skipton, to have a HAIR TRANSPLANT.

“This is something I’ve considered having done for years.

“It’s not only for my own confidence but also being in my line of work which is very image orientated I felt my hair (lack of) could affect my work.”

He added: “My hair loss comes from three things; alopecia, genetics and head spinning.”

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The star went on to explain that he would “vlog and blog the entire process” so fans could keep updated.

Fans were quick to show their support with one writing: “Thats good news to hear george best of luck buddy i can’t wait to see the new look [sic].”

“Good luck and best wishes for the treatment George. I hope that it all goes well for you,” another said.

A third tweeted: “Anything that makes you feel comfortable George! I’m sure it will go brilliantly xx.”

George won the ITV talent show in 2008 when he was just 14-years-old after wowing viewers with his dancing skills.

Since his big win he went on to take on roles in Waterloo Road and Emmerdale.

In his latest project the actor is currently enjoying a stint on stage for a role in Robin Hood.