Katie McGlynn has stunned her fans by revealing her dramatic new hair transformation on social media.

The former Coronation Street actress, who is usually seen with her platinum blonde hair, has taken to Instagram to share her new brunette hair style – and she looks beautiful.

Unveiling her new hair to her 304k Instagram followers, she jokingly captioned the photo: "Who said blondes have more fun?"

Katie, who played the role of Sinead Tinker in the ITV soap from 2013 to 2020, can be seen rocking the brunette hair as she smiles widely for the camera with a cocktail in her hand – seems like she's having fun to us!

And the brown-haired bombshell has clearly thrilled her fans online as many flocked to compliment the star's new appearance, including her Corrie co-stars.

Lisa George, who plays Beth Sutherland on the show, confessed she was shocked, writing: "Wow you look so different xxx."

Kimberly Hart-Simpson, who plays Nicky Wheatly, lovingly penned: "Yea mate I love it!"

And Samia Longchambon, who plays Maria, gushed: "Wow really suits you Katie!" signing off with a love-heart emoji and fire-emoji.

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Her fans were quick to join in too, with one commenting: "Oh I love it! Xx."

A second admirer said: "Wow! Looks gorgeous xx."

And a third was clearly happy to see Katie with whatever hair colour she had, adding: "Awww you suit every hair colour, gorgeous. Loved the pink too xx."

This comes not long after the 27-year-old star showed off her new bubblegum pink hair in a TikTok video which floored her fans after she switched from her traditional blonde.

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She left the cobbles in 2019 after her character Sinead tragically passed away from cervical cancer – with Katie going on to pursue other roles such as BBC One's The Syndicate.

The Syndicate is a drama set in Leeds which follows five lottery winners, and Katie plays the character of Georgina Clarke in series four, which first aired on May 4y this year.

Katie also starred in comprehensive school drama series Waterloo Road back in 2011 as Jodie "Scout" Allen.

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