Emily Atack reveals dramatic new hairstyle as fans brand the look ‘stunning’

EMILY Atack has revealed her “gorgeous” new curly hairstyle in a series of Instagram selfies.

The actress, 33, best known for playing Charlotte Hinchcliffe in Channel 4’s The Inbetweeners, captured her fresh look for her social media fans, showcasing a bouncy blonde fringe and the rest of her curls piled up in a glam up-do.

InstagramEmily Atack has showcased her curly new hair do on Instagram[/caption]

InstagramThe actress, 33, scrunched up her face in a cheeky pose as she showed off her bouncy blonde fringe[/caption]

It is a marked contrast from Emily‘s regular lengthy locks, often worn down and in loose waves.

She finished off her trendy look with a fashionable trench coat, black crop top and matching leggings, before striking a serious pose.

Yet another image saw her more playful side, with the star scrunching up her face in a grin.

She’s switched locations and outfits for the picture, taken in a bedroom while wearing a cream roll-neck jumper.

Stand-up comedian Emily uploaded the images with a single yellow love heart.

Friends and fans were quick to comment, with PT Chloe Madeley writing: “Fit.”

Another wrote: “Loving the new look Emily xx” as a third branded it a “Super hair style.”

One then noted: “You look very attractive Emily as fit as a fiddle,” as another put: “Oh very nice. Loving the hair change x looking very 1960s 1970s x”

A fan then added: “Looking gorgeous.”

Just last week, Emily looked completely different with a bouncy blow dry in a sexy snap.

The star has recently been using her platform to reveal the sickening online abuse she receives on a daily basis.

She broke down in tears on This Morning as she told how she had continually been trolled by one man in particular.

The comedian appeared on the show to talk about her new BBC Two show – Emily Atack: Asking For It? which airs tonight.

Detailing the comments from one particular troll, Emily explained: “He says that he tucks his children into bed and then comes alone to abuse me.

“Then, well, sometimes he asks if I’ll get involved with him and his wife. Then he says: ‘I want to do it behind my wife’s back while my children are asleep.’

“He calls himself ‘daddy Dave’ to me and constantly says the word ‘daddy’, which is really psychologically horrible.”

Emily started to cry as Holly Willoughby rushed to comfort her.

Emily has previously spoken out about the vile x-rated messages she receives on social media, but finally decided to raise more awareness by filming a documentary about it all.

GettyEmily oftenb styles her hair in natural waves[/caption]

GettyShe has experimented with varying hair lengths[/caption]

BBCEmily’s new TV project, Asking For It, details the horrific online sexual abuse she receives every day[/caption]