‘New hair, swollen face’ Rylan Clark-Neal teases next transformation after change to teeth | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV


It Takes Two host Rylan Clark-Neal has taken to Instagram to poke fun at his new look as he prepared to host the Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show this evening. The BBC Radio 2 presenter told how he now has “new teeth and hair” but is suffering from a “swollen face” as a result of the procedures he’s recently had done.

In view of his 1.5 million followers, the former X Factor star hinted at yet another transformation.

Wearing a blue face mask and a pair of black sunglasses, Rylan took a selfie with his head almost entirely covered by his hoodie.

Showcasing his new look, the BBC host jokingly asked his fans whether he could present It Takes Two in his very casual outfit.

He wrote: “New teeth, new hair, swollen face. How’s your day?” alongside a laughing face emoji.

“Can I host Strictly like this?” he later added.

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Last month, the TV personality flashed his new set of teeth in a sneak preview of his dramatic transformation.

Using a filter, Rylan could be seen covering his mouth before giving a glimpse of his new smile.

His post comes just days after the Strictly presenter shared a candid photo of his “swollen” face.

The star announced that he was planning to get rid of his famous veneers in a candid Twitter post.

He wrote: “After 8 years. It hurts, so much, but sometimes you just have to let go.

“I’ve taken the decision to say goodbye… to my teeth. New smile imminent,” he penned.

Rylan has often joked about his famous gnashers after getting his teeth done before his first major TV gig after The X Factor.

He told Notebook in 2017: “I got my veneers finished the day before I started hosting Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, my first presenting job.”



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