TV host Cat Deeley told fans she channels supermodel Cindy Crawford as she revealed a brand new look on Instagram with fans insisting she looks so different after her 90s makeover
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Cat Deeley completely stunned fans with a brand new look she channeled Cindy Crawford in a form-fitting mini leather dress.
The Dancing With The Stars presenter, 45, showcased her age-defying looks in a series of gorgeous Instagram snaps where she turned up a storm and showed off her stunning figure in the striking leather frock.
The blonde bombshell put her modeling skills to the test in the standout Instagram post when fans mistook Cat for supermodel Cindy.
Cat stared seductively into the camera while holding a glass of wine in her hand, and in another, she perfected her modeling skills while raising one leg in the air while donning a pair of killer black heels.
As always, her blonde locks were styled to perfection as she rocked the trendy bouncy blowdry look, while her makeup was also reminiscent of the classic rock glam look of the 1990s.
Alongside the photos, Cat wrote, “Today’s #SYTYCD look! Inspired by the Supers of the 90s and that one @Versace show.
My inner @CindyCrawford, #HelenaChristensen, #KarenMulder and even a little bit of #GeorgeMichael “Freedom” too!!!
Of course, after Cat shared the photos, celebrity friends and fans flocked to comment on her new look — some claimed she looked “completely different.”
Meanwhile, others admitted they thought it was actually Cindy Crawford in the snaps.
“You look so different!!!! I barely recognized her,” wrote one follower.
“OK HOTTIE,” another commented.
“Cindy Crawford vibes! Literally thought it was her,” wrote someone else.
And a fourth replied, “Me too! I hope I look this good at 45. My goodness.”
“I barely recognize her. Did she do any work? Or maybe it’s a filter,” commented another curious fan.
Cat presents the 17th series of the American dance competition.
She recently told Ellen DeGeneres that she feared Covid would have brought an end to the show she has hosted since 2005.
“When I got the call that we couldn’t make it impossible during the pandemic, I thought it was then, that show I loved – I thought we had a good run, it’s over,” she admitted.