Newly-brunette Joanne Clifton showcases her stunning image overhaul as she dazzles in a black dress at All Stars Cabaret in London
And Joanne Clifton was going for another winning look on Thursday evening when she looked incredible while showcasing her new brunette locks at Proud Embankment’s Cabaret All Stars in London.
The professional dancer, 37, stunned in a glamorous sheer black dress as she enjoyed a night out with friends following her recent image overhaul.
Stunning: Joanne Clifton looked incredible as she showcased her new brunette locks at Proud Embankment’s Cabaret All Stars in London on Thursday
Joanne was looking sensational in the sizzling black gown while she paired her ensemble with nude open toe heels and elegant drop earrings.
Her new look is a departure from her usual blonde locks and her glam makeup looked flawless with a pop of red lipstick.
Music sensation MNEK was also seen enjoying his night out at the Cabaret. The star looked stylish in a short sleeved blue shirt paired with a black T-shirt inside.
Blonde: Joanne’s new look is a departure from her usual blonde locks. Pictured right in 2019
Pose: The star paired her ensemble with nude open toe heels and elegant drop earrings
Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas style show fronted by former Blue star Duncan James.
The show includes world-class jazz musicians and bands, acrobats, fire breathers and burlesque performances.
Joanne was seen thoroughly enjoying the show and MNEK was snapping some pictures in the audience.
Last month, Joanne revealed she has delayed a vital operation on her knees amid fears she may never dance again.
Beautiful: Joanne’s glam makeup looked flawless with a pop of red lipstick
Star of the show: Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas style show fronted by former Blue star Duncan James
The dancer said she’s refused to listen to the advice of her doctors since being diagnosed with osteoarthritis, and now requires surgery on both knees.
Speaking to the Express the star said: ‘I need operating on both (knees) because they’ve all worn away, all the cartilage and stuff’s got all holes in it and everything like that.
‘So I need a little surgery on them. I just feel like if I do that I might not be able to dance the same again.
Fun night: Joanne was seen thoroughly enjoying the show and MNEK was snapping some pictures in the audience
The dancer had been encouraged to slow down following her diagnosis, but she threw herself into musical theatre after leaving Strictly Come Dancing in 2017.
‘This is why I’m moving more and more into the singing and acting side, because you know that singing and acting doesn’t matter if you can’t really dance as much anymore.’
Osteoarthritis is a condition that causes joints to become painful and stiff. It’s the most common type of arthritis in the UK.
Dazzling: Joanne is pictured with fellow pro Anton Du Beke at the Strictly launch in Elstree Studios in August 2016