Michelle Keegan shows off glam hair transformation as she embraces 80s trend | The Sun

MICHELLE Keegan has revealed her glam hair transformation on Instagram.

The former Coronation Street actress, 36, took to her social media account to dazzle fans with her Eighties-style look – with plenty of back-combing.

Michelle's brunette locks were pulled back into a half up style, with plenty of volume added.

While her fringe fell in a poker-straight style down the sides of her face, the lengths of her locks were crimped into waves.

The star, who plays Erin Croft in Sky's comedy-drama Brassic, was glamming up for her latest scenes.

She admitted she was "obsessed" with the crimped look before joking in her caption: "Erin with the big hair."

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Michelle is no stranger to vamping up her look for the Sky drama and was recently seen sporting pigtail bunches as she filmed on-set.

She also flashed her abs in a crop top as she got stuck into her Brassic scripts.

The series began in 2019 and has won a raft of awards, including TV Choice’s Best Comedy and a BAFTA nomination.

Sky’s drama is rumoured to end after the next series, which will air in 2024.

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Michelle lifted the lid on some "exciting" Brassic series five scenes, and admitted her "brain couldn't handle it".

The actress has spoken out about the new season of the Sky comedy show, saying that viewers are in for a surprise.

In series five, Erin's connection with pack leader Vinnie (co-creator Joe Gilgun) reaches a new level.

Michelle said: "For me, Brassic is not just a comedy show, it has real depth, real heart, and people can identify with it."

She continued: "People want to be part of that gang.

"And although they are criminals – because they are criminals – people still love them, and that's very rare."

Brassic fans can even get their fix this Christmas, after The Sun revealed a special festive episode will be aired.

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