TV presenter Cat Deeley told fans she was channeling supermodel Cindy Crawford as she unveiled a brand new look on Instagram with fans insisting she looks “so different” after a 90s makeover
Cat Deeley she completely delighted fans with a brand new look channeling Cindy Crawford in a tight mini leather dress.
The host of Dance with the Stars, 45, presented her look that defies years in a series of stunning Instagram shots of her posing in a storm and bragging about her beautiful figure in a striking leather dress.
The blonde bombshell put her modeling skills to the test in a striking post on Instagram as fans swapped Cat for supermodel Cindy.
Cat looked seductively down the camera as she held a glass of wine in one hand and honed her modeling skills in the other as she lifted one leg into the air as she put on killer black heels.
As always, her blue strands were shaped to perfection as she rocked the trendy pop-up look with a hair dryer, while her makeup was also reminiscent of the classic rock-glam look of the 1990s.
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Along with the footage, Cat wrote, “Today’s #SYTYCD look! Inspired by the Supers of the 90’s and that one @Versace show.
I’m channeling my inner @CindyCrawford, #HelenaChristensen, #KarenMulder and even a little #GeorgeMichael “Freedom” !!!
Of course, after Cat shared the footage, famous friends and fans gathered to comment on her new look – and some claim she looks “completely different”.
Meanwhile, others admitted that they thought the footage was actually Cindy Crawford.
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“You look so different !!!! I barely recognized her,” wrote one companion.
“OK HOTTIE,” commented another.
“Cindy Crawford’s Vibrations! I literally thought it was her,” someone else wrote.
And the fourth one replied, “Me too! I hope I look this good at 45. My God.”
“I barely recognize her. Did she finish the job? Or maybe she’s a filter,” another curious fan commented.
Cat will present the 17th series of the American Dance Competition.
She recently told Ellen DeGeneres that she fears that Covid could lead to the end of the show she has been running since 2005.
“When I got the call that there was no chance of us succeeding during the pandemic, I was like it was then, the show I loved – I thought we ran well, it’s over,” she admitted.