Former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan has debuted a stunning new look after chopping off her hair in favour of a 90s "Posh Spice" bob.

The soap babe, who is known for her long blonde hair, served some major Spice Girls vibes on social media sending fans wild with the sleek new do.

The 31-year-old from Bury, who played Rosie Webster on the ITV soap, beamed as she posed for the camera wearing a green tweed jacket and natural makeup.

“A short hair moment @jaybirminghamhair,” said the star.

Fans were quick to compliment the actress, with one fan saying: "Obsessed with your hair like this."

And another said they were “in loveeeee” with her new look.

Fellow Corrie star Alexandra Mardell commented: "Goooorj!"

Brooke Vincent, who plays her on-screen sister Sophie Webster, pressed a stream of love-heart eyed emojis.

Georgia May Foote, who played Katy Armstrong, commented: "Omg love."

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden praised: "Love this on you."

Hairdresser Jay also shared a snap of his creation, posting: “I created a faux bob using @beauty_worksonline clip-in extensions in shade Calabasas."

Last year the mum-of-three stunned fans as she showed off bubblegum pink locks ahead of her 30th birthday after dyeing her brunette hair.

"Thank you for creating the pink hair of my dreams for my 30th," she wrote.

Helen recently teased at a return to the cobbles, where she worked for over a decade, saying she “really misses” being on the soap.

"I would love to get back into acting properly again when the time comes, but everything revolves around the children now and they are my priority," she told OK! mag.

Helen later posted an image of herself reading a script, noting that the “dream team” was back.

She explained that the scripts were for an acting workshop.

"It was really good actually. I've always loved acting, I've done it all my life since I was quite young," she said.

The former Celtic WAG added that she wouldn't say no to getting back into acting again as long as it coincided well with her children – Matilda, six, Delilah, three, and her baby Charlie, who was born in March.

"I would love to get back into acting properly again when the time comes, but everything revolves around the children now and they are my priority," she said.

"It's just the way it is."

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