Dancing On Ice star Mollie Gallagher looks nothing like Corrie’s character as she reveals incredible hair transformation

DANCING On Ice star Mollie Gallagher looked very different with a new hair transformation.

The actress – who plays Roy Cropper’s long-lost niece, Nina Lucas – is known for her dark tresses and signature gothic makeup.

Dancing on Ice star Mollie Gallagher showed off her glam hair transformation

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Dancing on Ice star Mollie Gallagher showed off her glam hair transformationCredit: instagram/mollie.gallagher_
The star changed her look during a festive evening

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The star changed her look during a festive eveningCredit: instagram/mollie.gallagher_
Mollie's on-screen character is known for her dark braids and signature goth makeup

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Mollie’s on-screen character is known for her dark braids and signature goth makeup

Mollie, who signed up for the new ITV skating competition series, showed off her sleek bleached blonde bun in a celebratory snap.

Looking worlds away from her on-screen persona, Mollie, 25, wore a black cropped corset with pink ruffles and a matching pencil skirt.

She opted for red lipstick, silver eyeshadow and heavy eyeliner as she geared up for the Christmas outing.

The soap star wore her hair in a tight bun on top of her head, with strands of hair hanging down.

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The actress then modified her hairstyle by loosening her hair to create a half updo.

The star caused a storm in her skintight outfit, which she paired with a pair of chunky black boots.

She finished her look with silver hoops and a black choker.

The TV favorite simply captioned the post, “Quick hair change.”

Mollie, who lives in Manchester with her boyfriend Dan Myers, recently explained that she struggles to concentrate when other people are speaking and also forgets what she is saying in mid-sentence.

“I just go about my day and the next minute…I literally forgot what I was going to say,” she began.

The actress went on to explain how she often downplays the loss of her train of thought.

“It couldn’t have been anything major.”

She then shared a video with her eyes widening as Billie Eilish’s song Happier Than Ever played below along with the lyrics, “I don’t understand you.”

Mollie captioned it: “Me when people talk for ages forgetting what they’re talking about or getting their words mixed up.”

Mollie has revealed how Dan helped her disconnect from her role as Corrie during her drama storylines last year after struggling to disconnect from Nina’s emotional scenes.

Nina’s boyfriend, Seb Franklin, was kicked to death by Corey Brent and his gang of thugs in a harrowing hate crime attack reminiscent of the real-world attack on Sophie Lancaster in 2007.

But speaking of how her role had a huge emotional impact and how she struggled to shake off all the trauma from Nina at the end of the day, the soap star revealed: “Obviously, when Nina and Seb’s story started we were all still locked out so nothing was open.

“You couldn’t go to the pub and see your friends. Luckily I live with my boyfriend so we would do little things together after work and on the weekends,” she continued to The Sun’s TV Mag .

“But because I wasn’t doing anything but work, I was literally Nina more than Mollie.”

In October it was revealed that Mollie had joined the cast of Dancing On Ice 2023.

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Speaking about getting the job, she told ITV’s Lorraine: ‘I’m really excited. I haven’t really felt nervous yet, oddly enough. But being here today, I kinda feel it now!

Asking advice from her Coronation Street co-stars who have already taken DOI, Mollie said, “I’m going to get all the advice I can because I’m going to need it!”

Mollie told how her role had a huge emotional impact

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