Tracy Grimshaw Debuts Stunning Platinum Hair

Tracy Grimshaw Debuts Stunning Platinum Hair

Tracy Grimshaw looked strikingly different as she showed off her new look after ditching her signature hairstyle.

The former A Current Affair host, 64, is instantly recognisable for her brunette fringed bob, but recently changed up her look.

She has dyed her caramel locks platinum blonde in a striking new look and has also trimmed her tresses into a shorter, choppier bob.

Tracy looked very different as she showed off her glamorous new look while appearing onĀ Nova 96.9’s Fitzy & Wippa with Kate Ritchie on Monday.

She added to her platinum hairstyle with a glamorous make-up palette and cut a stylish figure in a leopard print blouse and a black poncho.

Tracy Grimshaw Debuts Stunning Platinum Hair

The former A Current Affair host, 64, is instantly recognisable for her brunette fringed bob (pictured), but recently changed up her look

Tracy Grimshaw looked strikingly different as she showed off her new look (left) after ditching her signature hairstyle (right)

On the radio show, she also addressed rumours on whether she will ever return to A Current Affair, after quitting the show back inĀ 2022 after 15 years on the channel.

During a conversation about people’s prolonged life expectancy in recent years, Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli quipped that she still had ’40 years’ to go back to ACA.

But Tracy batted off the speculation as she replied: ‘That’s definitely not going to happen to me, I’m almost 100 per cent certain it’s not going to happen to me.’

Though she has ruled out a return to the show as host, she did appear on the panel show last week as a gust to promote her new series Do You Want To Live Forever?.

She discussed her own health realisations after the Channel Nine docuseries saw her examine her own well-being and discussĀ ageing and humans’ life expectancy.

She has dyed her caramel locks platinum blonde and trimmed her tresses into a choppier bob and showed off her new look while appearing onĀ Nova 96.9's Fitzy & Wippa with Kate Ritchie

She has dyed her caramel locks platinum blonde and trimmed her tresses into a choppier bob and showed off her new look while appearing onĀ Nova 96.9’s Fitzy & Wippa with Kate Ritchie

The TV presenter admitted that she realised while filming that she consumes more alcohol than she previously thought.

‘I think I’ve discovered I’m a binge drinker. I thought in the last few years I only really drink maybe one or two days a week, that’s not very much. Five days my liver gets a rest’ she shared.

‘But that’s actually not good enough because if you go out and give it a belt on a Saturday night you’re actually a binge drinker, you’re not a moderate drinker.’

The new show examines the secrets to longevity and Tracy herself has been inspired to change some of her habits as a result.

However, she admitted she has no desire to live foreverĀ during a candid chat about the advances in medicine on Fitzy & Wippa with Kate Ritchie.

Tracy recently confessed that she drinks more alcohol than she previously thought as she got candid about her health while appearing as a guest on A Current Affair

Tracy recently confessed that she drinks more alcohol than she previously thought as she got candid about her health while appearing as a guest on A Current AffairĀ Ā 

‘I think we’re designed to die. I think that we are designed to peter out eventually, and ultimately, our time is up,’ she shared.

‘So for me, longevity is about not being sick… you want to fall off the cliff, not roll down the hill.Ā 

‘You don’t want the last 10 years of your life to be terrible because you have these sort of nagging illnesses, and you’re just getting worse and worse, and particularly things like cognitive decline. You don’t want that.Ā 

‘So if you can put in place a system that sort of protects you as much as possible from the diseases of ageing, you’ll have a good quality of life right up until you check out.Ā 

Tracy's comments came as she promoted her new docuseries calledĀ Do You Want To Live Forever?, which examines if we really can wind back our biological clocks

Tracy’s comments came as she promoted her new docuseries calledĀ Do You Want To Live Forever?, which examines if we really can wind back our biological clocks

‘But then there are other people who think, well, if we can live to 100 why couldn’t we live to 120.’

The health and science docuseries will also star Dr. Nick Coatsworth, who guides six Aussies on a powerful journey to stop the clock and turn back time.Ā 

‘I’m keen to explore exactly what a long life will look like,’ Tracey said in a statement about the project.Ā 

‘I’m a bit of a medical nerd so the research has been a pleasure.’

Tracy stepped away from ACA in 2022 with former Today co-host Ally Langdon filling her seat from January last year.

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