Emma Willis shows off new brunette hair as she reveals she will use walking stick for The Voice final

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Emma Willis has shown off her new brunette hair at The Voice UK photocall ahead of the final.

The 44 year old looked incredible as she posed in an all-black outfit made up of a sheer polka-dotted top, under which she wore a black bralette.

The TV star showed off her trim figure in high-waisted black trousers, finishing off the look with black heels.

Emma went without accessories and taking centre stage was her new hair do, having dyed her blonde locks a dark brunette colour.

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The mum-of-three's hair is also now longer than her usual short crop, with it styled in a chic face-framing bob.

Emma has revealed that she will be using a walking stick for the final of The Voice this weekend.

She told how she is so scared that she will fall over on the night in her dress that she will use a walking stick to help.

She told The Metro: "I’ve got a right old number and it’s very sparkly. My only problem is this could be my year to fall on my face.

"It’s long and it’s kind of fish taily at the bottom. It’s an incredible dress. Normally I have an amazing guy called Ed who is the assistant floor manager who tells me where I need to go and he always holds my hand up the stairs to get me up.

"But we can’t touch each other, so they’ve bought me a walking stick. I sh*t you not, it’s in my dressing room."

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She continued: "I think I’ll probably end up on my face at some point. It’s long and it’s tight. Luckily we’re not live so if I do, hopefully there’s a very quick edit they can do."

The Voice final will see Will.i.am’s act Gevanni Hutton, Tom Jones’ act Jonny Brooks, Meghan Trainor’s act Brooke Scullion and Olly Murs’ act Blessing Chipata battling it out to be named winner of the ninth series.

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