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The Bachelorette’s Georgia Love stuns fans as she unveils her dramatic hair transformation: ‘I love the colour!’

She is one of Australia’s most recognisable reality TV stars.

But Georgia Love decided to shake up her image this week by debuting a dramatic new hair transformation.

The former Bachelorette, 33, unveiled her new hair colour on TikTok on Monday as she promoted Oral B toothpaste.

The Bachelorette's Georgia Love decided to shake up her image this week by debuting a dramatic new hair transformation on TikTok

The Bachelorette’s Georgia Love decided to shake up her image this week by debuting a dramatic new hair transformation on TikTok

Georgia ditched her signature light brunette locks in favour of a new amber colour.

She also posted a video on Instagram showing off her new look, as she moved her hair from side to side.

‘Omg LOVE the colour! So gorgeous,’ one fan commented.

Georgia has ditched her signature light brunette locks in favour of a new amber colour

Georgia has ditched her signature light brunette locks in favour of a new amber colour

‘Definitely brings out your beautiful blue eyes, stunning!’ another agreed.

A third commented: ‘Love it! Hair inspiration. It may be time for a change for me!’

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‘I thought you looked fab till I saw the autumn leaves. Absolutely stunning,’ another follower said.

'Omg LOVE the colour! So gorgeous,' one fan commented

‘Omg LOVE the colour! So gorgeous,’ one fan commented

It comes after Georgia recently told Yahoo she tries not to listen to the ‘negativity of the internet’ when she’s at the centre of the news cycle.

She also touched upon her mother Belinda’s death from pancreatic cancer in 2016, and revealed the advice her late mum would have given her in tough times.

‘It’s so easy to get bogged down in the negativity of the internet, let alone after the two years we’ve had with Covid,’ Georgia said.

‘There’s just so much anger and grief around and I think the most important thing we can do is to make sure we’re leaning on those people around us. I know my mum definitely would always continue to give me that advice.’

She said she tries not to let negative comments from trolls get her down.

Georgia's post comes after she recently told Yahoo! Lifestyle, she tries not to listen to the 'negativity of the internet' when she's at the centre of the news cycle

Georgia’s post comes after she recently told Yahoo! Lifestyle, she tries not to listen to the ‘negativity of the internet’ when she’s at the centre of the news cycle

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