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Dianne Buswell, who competed on Strictly Come Dancing with The Wanted's Max George this year, is known for her signature red hairdo, but fans were given a sneak peek of how she looked before dying her hair today.
The Australian professional dancer, 31, who has been dating YouTuber Joe Sugg, 29, since 2018, took a trip down memory lane to reveal what her hair used to look like before going red.
It comes after Dianne decided to jump on the social media trend where people have asked stars to share a picture of memories on their Instagram stories.
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After the dancing sensation asked fans to send in their requests, one follower asked Dianne to show a picture of her hair before it was red.
Dianne then posted a snap of herself donning a light blonde hairdo as she smiled for the camera in sunnies.
She wrote: "I was blonde before I went red."
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Fans also saw the Aussie favourite with long dark brown hair when she shared a picture of her first memory of Burn the Floor.
Dianne shared the post by writing: "Me with my first BTF partner @jarrydbyrne."
The BBC sensation went on to look further back when she posted a picture of herself dolled up at her year 12 ball after a fan asked to see a snap of the star back in high school.
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While Dianne had her darker hair at the time, she wore a red gown with matching high heels for the evening with her friends.
The red-haired beauty and her celebrity partner Max were the third couple to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing this year, after losing a dance-off to Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez.
While Dianne competed on the show, the professional dancer was targeted by trolls with death threats and was accused of cheating on her boyfriend Joe with Max.
An unfounded accusation was said to have been made by a fan of Joe, who claimed to be at the same apartment block where Dianne and Max were staying during the dancing series due to the coronavirus measures.
The message, according to The Sun, was said to have sparked a security alert amongst the producers, who since tightened measures on the programme.
A source for Strictly said in October: "This was truly chilling — because someone claimed to be waiting for Dianne at a certain address. That triggered a security alert and obviously had to be taken seriously.
“Producers have taken action, along with security teams, and reassured the cast that their safety is paramount. Strictly rightly take the safety of their stars very seriously, and felt the move was warranted. They would rather be over-cautious than not react to things. Fortunately, Dianne is a really positive person and has a tough skin so focused her efforts on her first live dance with Max. She wants to enjoy the show and ignore any negativity.
"Sadly, death threats to cast members are something producers have to deal with as the profile of their talent is sky-high.
“There is a strong security presence at the studios in Elstree, even with less people coming and going due to the Covid restrictions. They might now set up patrols near their accommodation too.”
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