Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid shocks fans with dramatic new look – and even Ed Balls is stunned | The Sun
GOOD Morning Britain's Susanna Reid has shocked viewers with her dramatic new look – and even Ed Balls was stunned.
The TV star revealed the gorgeous results of her latest haircut as she returned to the ITV breakfast show today.
"Good to be back!" Susanna, 52, told viewers as the show kicked off at 6am.
Ed, 56, replied: "I love your hair."
Susanna beamed as she showed off her blonde highlights after getting inches chopped off the length during her summer break.
She told the show: "Thank you very much indeed!
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"Yes, I’ve had a few inches chopped off. I feel a little lighter. Not quite sure what I’m doing after being off all summer.
"Mildly got caught up in the air traffic control meltdown."
Susanna revealed she was stuck in France for 24 hours after planes to the UK were grounded last month.
"Can’t complain, to be honest," she added.
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"It’s just an extra night, an extra dinner. But I don’t know… has everybody got back yet? I know that some people had not been offered flights until today."
The presenter asked viewers who were still affected by the delays to get in touch.
"My sympathies," she said.
"As I say, we’re very, very lucky. Just got caught up for a couple of hours."
People took to X – formerly known as Twitter – to compliment the host.
One said: "You look amazing Susanna!"
Another raved: "Worth getting up in the morning now that Susanna is back."
A third shared: "You look amazing. That's trim all round, Susanna!"
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