Coronation Street star Brooke Vincent has stunned fans with her dramatic new hair cut.
The brunette beauty showed off her freshly cut fringe on Instagram.
The actress captioned the post: “Fringey Mc Fringe.”
The star, who plays Sophie Webster on the Cobbles, showed off her flawless complexion as her blue eyes peeked through her newly cut fringe.
One fan gushed: “Absolutely gorgeous.”
Another added: “It don’t look like you!”
“Total fringe envy you little beaut ❤️ xxx,” said co-star Samia Longchambon.
“More like Hotty Mc Hot!!” another wrote.
This comes after Brooke apparently signed up to ITV’s new series of Dancing On Ice – which is set to air early next year.
It’s been reported that the actress has become a favourite with the show’s bosses after impressing them with her rink audition.
A source told The Sun: “Brooke has already wowed judges with her skating audition. Bosses feel she’ll be the perfect glam signing.”
Brooke recently celebrated her 25th birthday with her Corrie co-stars and boyfriend Kean Bryan.
She let her hair down at Dukes 92 in Manchester as she enjoyed drinks on the venue’s balcony.
Brooke was joined by Ryan Thomas, Antony Cotton and on-screen mum Sally Dynevor.
More recently the star jetted off on holiday to enjoy a break away.
The star gave fans a glimpse into her sunny getaway, which she shared with her beau, with snaps of her standing on top of a jeep facing the ocean, and another of their stunning hotel room which overlooked the beach.
Brooke also shared a sizzling bikini snap showing off her trim figure.
Wearing a black bikini, straw hat and a patterned kimono the star soaked up the sun on a sandy beach.
Brooke doesn’t share much about her personal life on social media and earlier this year opened up about online abuse.
The actress vowed to fight internet trolls both on and off screen.
She revealed to the The Daily Star online that she believes abuse online is something you “shouldn’t have to put up with”.
She said: “Trolling online is a really relevant issue and something so many people face and they shouldn’t have to put up with it.”