Michelle Keegan suffers rare red carpet fail as her backcombed hair takes over
Posted : Sep 19th 2015 4:03am by The Oslo Times
News Serial Number : TOT25
It is not often that Michelle Keegan gets it wrong on the red carpet, but tonight it looked like the star had overdone the backcombing.
Michelle, wore a very cute black midi dress for the occasion at Battersea, and teamed it with a pair of nude T-bar sandals.
But, Michelle’s hair was doing the talking on Thursday night, as she had gone to town in search of volume.
Sadly, the outcome for Michelle meant that it looked like a mass of hair that was far from framing her face. Which isn’t very Michelle.
The actress flew solo for the glitzy bash tonight, as her husband Mark Wright was not in attendance.
Earlier this week, the couple were forced to deny that they had "several fallouts" over plans to work in the US.
Sources told Reveal magazine that behind their newlywed smiles the gorgeous couple were at loggerheads over their future plans .
But reps for the star have dismissed the reports, saying: "There are no current plans to work or move to America at all."
Mark and Michelle tied the knot in May have been on cloud nine ever since, even taking a month long honeymoon to celebrate getting hitched.
Reveal claimed strain was evident between the couple during their appearance at the TV Choice Awards earlier this month.
"Michelle and Mark were all smiles for pictures, but as soon as that stopped you could see the tension between them," a source told the magazine.
"They looked uncomfortable in each other's company and she appeared to have left him to do interviews on his own."
They added a major point of contention was reportedly Mark's wish for the couple to follow in the footsteps of Rochelle and Marvin Humes and become a presenting duo.
The insider continued: "Mark had hoped they'd be the perfect showbiz couple and present TV shows together. But Michelle is very independent and doesn't want them to be seen as a 'cheesy reality couple'.
"She wants to act. They've had several fallouts over it."
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