LOVE Island's Millie Court looked unrecognisable as she showed off what she looks like as a brunette.

Millie, 24, is known for her trademark blonde locks but confessed fans often tell her she should switch things up.


The former Love Island winner shared a side-by-side photo on her Instagram story showing her with both hair styles.

She added: "Some of you guys telling me to go brunette… I was BORN to be a blondie.

"Always and forever, brown hair is just an absolute NO GO on me."

Millie and Liam Reardon recently confirmed to fans they'd split a year after winning the 2021 series of the ITV2 reality show.

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But in an exclusive chat with The Sun Millie insisted the break-up was amicable.

Confessing that some fans assumed Liam had been unfaithful – after he famously locked lips with blonde bombshell Lillie Haynes during his stint in Casa Amor, smashing Millie’s heart in the process – she said: "It's not true.

“Because of Casa Amor, people go: ‘Liam’s obviously cheated again,’ and it’s not the case. Nothing happened for us to [break up]. No one cheated.

“It just was a decision that we made because it wasn’t right for us. I want to stick up for Liam and have his back. He’s not a bad guy.”

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And Millie added that she and Liam are still on good terms and insisted they "have a laugh together".

She said: "Liam is the one person I saw every day who understood the life-changing experiences we were both going through. We can’t just cut things off, and we’ll still support each other in all that we do.”

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