A worried Gemma Collins has urged her TOWIE buddy Bobby Norris to ‘not change too much’ after he debuted a dramatic new look.
Bobby, 32, had revealed his secret beard transplant while on the red carpet before the National Television Awards but it was his pristine selfie on Instagram that got a huge reaction from his 789,000 followers.
While he claims that the sharp looking beard had given him ‘more confidence’, The GC was worried that her Essex friend may continue making surgical changes in his pursuit of happiness.
Among the first to comment on Bobby’s Instagram post, the 37-year-old reality star urged him, "Don’t change too much I love you as you are."
Bobby replied with a number of kissing emojis, as he acknowledged Gemma’s concerns but the new bearded Bobby seemed to go down with his legion of fans.
Thousands commented on the new look and while most were cautious about many more changes being made, a number of his followers told him to do, "what makes you happy."
Well, it seems having a beard is definitely making him happy and when he spoke to The Sun at the NTAs, Bobby revealed how the change had made him feel like a new man.
He told them that he’d had, "a little cheeky beard transplant done about a week ago," and this has left him, "really excited and feeling more confident already."
It looks like it is here to stay as Bobby revealed that he will be donning the beard for the new series of TOWIE.
There have been accusations before that Bobby had surgically enhanced his appearance, something that he has vehemently denied before.
That is apart from a nose job, to which he insisted that, "I can assure you categorically all I’ve had is one septorhinoplasty on my nose. I’ve had no other surgeries, I’m just a little bit swollen."
With eye brows on point and a permanent stubble, Bobby is now rocking a look that is giving him the confidence to get to grips with the months ahead.
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