Love Island's Savanna Darnell looks unrecognisable amid dramatic hair transformation

LOVE Island's Savanna Darnell looked unrecognisable amid her dramatic hair transformation.

The reality star appeared on the fourth series of the ITV2 dating show in 2018 with a head of blonde hair.

But Savanna shaved her locks off to raise money for the Make A Wish foundation after leaving the villa.

Now fans were left shocked when she appeared on This Morning alongside Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary on Friday with a completely different hairstyle.

She spoke on the show about living in New York and surprising her family with a return to the UK, all while sporting brunette braids.

Savanna filmed the reunion for a video on her YouTube channel.

Alison and Dermot showed the clip – which sees her family jumping up and down with excitement – as part of their Friday Feel Good segment.

In August 2018, Savanna chopped off her blonde locks to raise money for the Make A wish foundation.

The charity fulfil the wishes of seriously and terminally ill children.

The star, who joined Love Island in the Casa Amor villa, cried as her blonde locks were shaved off.

The dancer and singer has set up a JustGiving page to help raise money for the Make A Wish foundation.

She wrote on the page: "I was sat down one day with my mum and I said to her, 'I want to shave my hair.'

"It got to a point where I've damaged my hair SO much throughout the years that I might as well shave it off.

"I was getting really down about the way my hair started to look, at the age of 21 it started to change and it was getting me down and NOTHING was helping the matter, every time I looked in the mirror it used to annoy me.

"So what better way to start a whole new fresh and do it all for charity!"

Revealing why she chose the charity, she added: "I decided Make A Wish was going to be the Charity because Make-A-Wish grants magical wishes to enrich the lives of children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.

"Granting their wish provides seriously ill children with hope for the future, strength to cope and resilience to fight their condition.

"They’re given quality time away from the daily realities of living with their condition and given the chance to make magical memories they can treasure forever – whatever their future may hold.

"We want to transform the lives of 1,000 children this year by granting their One True Wish.

"I could never ever imagine what it must be like, it seriously breaks my heart.

"SO here goes, I am shaving my hair off, so I would appreciate a small donation from ANYONE willing to donate. I'd appreciate it SO much."

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