Leigh-Anne Pinnock was hailed a goddess as she showed off her stunning hair transformation.
The Little Mix singer, 28, looked sensational in her look for the band’s Holiday music video.
Leigh-Anne left her fans in awe as she posed up in a black bikini from her new In A Seashell range.
But is was her hair that was the real talking point.
Leigh-Anne’s raven locks were styled into a long plait that was wrapped in golden jewellery.
The stunner showed off her toned physique in her one-shouldered bikini top and matching briefs, decorated with golden buckles.
Her glittering make up and accessories finished off her look perfectly.
Leigh-Anne left her fans thrilled as she shared a duo of gorgeous pictures.
Plugging the swimwear line she co-founded, the X Factor winner captioned the snaps: “Can I get a [crown] if your excited for the new @inaseashell designs to drop! Ps… #StreamHoliday”
One fan told her: “Of course we are excited!! Look at you, you’re a goddess”
“a GODDESS,” another agreed.
While one dubbed her: “QUEEN OF OCEAN”
“This is the best look I have ever witnessed,” singer Louisa posted.
While Geordie Shore’s Vicky Pattison wrote: “Oh my days”
Leigh-Anne, who is engaged to footballer Andre Grey, regularly uses her platform to speak out on issues that are important to her.
Now, she’s landed her own BBC documentary about racism following the success of bandmate Jesy Nelson’s film Odd One Out.
The film, which will be directed by her childhood friend Tash Gaunt, will reveal why Leigh-Anne has come to believe that we live in a profoundly racist society.
And why the more she learns about systemic racism in Britain, the more she wants to try and tackle it.
Leigh-Anne said: “I want to make this film because I have always been passionate about rights for black people.
“Conversations surrounding racism and colourism are something I constantly have with my boyfriend and family, and as I have a platform, I want to bring this conversation to a wider audience and stand up for my black and brown community.
“Through making this documentary I want to learn how I can best lend my voice to the debate so that the young people who look up to me won’t have to face what me and my generation have had to.”