TV and Showbiz / 27-03-2020

Married At First Sight's Stacey gets short haircut ahead of coronavirus pandemic lockdown

Stacey Hampton is getting reading for an impending lockdown as the coronavirus pandemic escalates. 

The Married At First Sight star got a 'short' new haircut, showing off the results to Instagram on Friday. 

With hairdressers briefly limited to 30 minute appointments before the rule was lifted this week, the 26-year-old got in a quick snip. 

Married At First Sight's Stacey gets short haircut ahead of coronavirus pandemic lockdown

New look: Stacey Hampton (pictured) is getting reading for an impending lockdown as the coronavirus pandemic escalates. The Married At First Sight star got a 'short' new haircut, showing off the results to Instagram on Friday

In an Instagram video, Stacey showed off her slick, straight locks and said to the camera: 'Corona got me like, new hair, who dis?'

In two photos, she also showed her fans the new do, which is shorter and no longer includes curled ends.

Where her hair was previously cascading down her back, it now sits just past her shoulders. 

In an Instagram video, Stacey showed off her slick, straight locks and said to the camera: 'Corona got me like, new hair, who dis?'

She explained in the caption of one of the photos: 'Before we go into complete lockdown, short hair.' Stacey added that she will also be launching a YouTube channel

She explained in the caption of one of the photos: 'Before we go into complete lockdown, short hair.' 

Stacey added that she will also be launching a YouTube channel to keep people entertained in isolation. 

'Stay tuned for my first YouTube upload this weekend to hopefully enlighten your self isolation' the law graduate added.   

Changes: Stacey's hair no longer includes curled ends and is much shorter than it was before

Stacey has moved on after dumping her cheating husband, Michael Goonan.

On Friday Daily Mail Australia can revealed that the MAFS star's new flame is gym owner and property developer, Scott Charman.

As of Friday afternoon, there are 3,112 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 13 deaths. 

Cases: As of Friday afternoon, there are 3,112 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 13 deaths



27-03-2020 03:15, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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