Stacey Solomon was rocking a brand new hairdo on Thursday’s episode of Loose Women – and she couldn’t care less whether people like it or not!
Taking to Instagram Stories backstage, she revealed the ‘do was inspired by a trio of her favourite ladies.
The 28-year-old took inspiration from the movies, a reality star and even one of her fellow Loose Women panellists when she opted for the bold curls on the latest episode.
Stacey said: “Today I am channelling my inner Baby from Dirty Dancing-slash-Nadia Sawalha-Chloe Lewis – and I love it!”
Baby was, of course, played by Jennifer Grey in the iconic Hollywood movie, while Nadia co-hosts on Loose Women with Stacey, and Chloe is best known for appearing in TOWIE.
While Stacey herself loved the look, not everyone at home felt the same.
Many viewers were quick to compare Stacey’s new ‘do to a variety of, er, rather unflattering things including a Pot Noodle, Medusa and Andy Pandy.
Others, however, loved Stacey’s look, with one saying: “Love your new hairdo, Stacey!”
Another agreed, saying: “I love your hair, Stacey, you gorgeous girl!”
The remarks from people who didn’t like the ‘do didn’t go unnoticed by Stacey, who took to social media after Loose Women ended to have her say.
She said: “Curls just wanna have fun. Decided to channel my inner @nadiaandkaye and Baby on @loosewomen today and I Loved It! Hid my roots brilliantly!
“And for anyone who was offended by my curly hair (I noticed a few)… I’m not sorry… #nobodyputsbabyinthecorner.”
We doubt Stacey will really care about people not liking her hairdo, though, as she’s often spoken out about not focusing on negativity, as no matter what she wears or does there will be moaning.
As an example, back in January she wore trainers to the National Television Awards.
The next morning on Loose Women, she said: “Everyone will always judge you so I just thought I’d wear something I actually liked and feel comfortable.
“I’ve been told in the past I looked like a curtain, got it wrong because I wore the same dress as someone else, so why not wear what I want?”
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Stacey went on to say that being criticised for your fashion choice can ruin a good evening.
“If you’ve ever been to the toilet with friends on a night out and hear someone say something about your outfit. If you’ve felt good and really love your outfit, just one little comment from someone can put a whole different spin on your evening.
“People should be mindful of what they’re saying.”
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