Oti Mabuse unveils new hairstyle and fans are loving her new look

Naomi Gordon
·2-min read
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

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Oti Mabuse has unveiled a new hairstyle on Instagram as she revealed the return of her online dance classes to help families keep fit during lockdown.

The 30-year-old Strictly Come Dancing champion - who won last year with Bill Bailey - shared a photo of her sleek and seemingly shorter new 'do as she joked that she'd been sharing too many photos of her adorable puppy, so decided to post a selfie instead.

The star also said she will be announcing details of her online classes on Friday 8th January.

"Realised I’ve been posting dog pictures which is so not like me so I thought ok I should break the pattern with a selfie and to say dance class announcement will be made tomorrow," Oti captioned her picture.

"I hope you're all in the mood to dance again with some of your favourite online teachers and some new ones too."

Fans and fellow Strictly stars were loving Oti's look, with dancer Dianne Buswell commenting: "Cute hair love that!"

Pro dancer Karen Hauer added: "Cutie you are."

Photo credit: Guy Levy - BBC
Photo credit: Guy Levy - BBC

Oti debuted her dance classes - which she streamed to her Facebook, Instagram and YouTube accounts on weekday mornings - during the first lockdown last March, which also featured her dancer husband Marius Lepure. She then uploaded the videos to her YouTube page so that they could be enjoyed at any time.

The dancer previously offered basic dance classes for adults, which she streamed on her social media channels on weekday evenings.

Oti won Strictly Come Dancing with comedian Bill Bailey last year, her second consecutive win after lifting the glitterball trophy to victory with Emmerdale's Kelvin Fletcher in 2019.

Strictly Come Dancing will return to BBC One later this year.

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