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First, it was her Married at First Sight co-star Belinda Vickers who wowed fans with a brand new look and now it's Booka Nile's turn to debut a style makeover.
The 31-year-old musician was barely recognisable in stunning snaps released on social media on Monday showing her sporting a bubblegum pink wig and a grungy band t-shirt.
Like Belinda, Booka's striking transformation marked her signing to celebrity talent agency, THE.mgmt and no doubt a symbolic shedding of her reality TV persona.
The mental health worker from WA dialed up her rock 'n roll side with a graphic AC/DC top worn underneath a black playsuit that put her pins on display.
Booka's blue eyes popped beneath some seriously dramatic lashes while a pink lip paired nicely with her fairy floss strands.
Booka's fans were thrilled with her fresh look and rushed to the comments section to let her know.
"This is so you," gushed one.
"Love this colour on you," added another.
"You look incredible!" said a third.
While her trademark long blonde waves were only temporarily hidden beneath a wig for the shoot, it appears that Booka has since made the switch to the pink side.
"Would have been rude not to dye my hair pink after doing this shoot," she captioned the pics on her Instagram account.
Sure enough, in recently shared clips to her Insta Stories, Booka is flaunting considerably shorter light pink locks while shooting scenes for her band Internet Friends' new music video.
The band's upcoming single, "Faked It" is touted as a breakup anthem that's sure to resonate with many listeners.
Booka went through a very public breakup with her MAFS 'husband, Brett Helling, despite their on-screen marriage getting off to a strong start.
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