I'M A Celebrity star Emily Scott is unrecognisable 11 years on from her flirty jungle stint with Mark Wright.
The Australian glamour model and DJ swapped her blonde hair for a dramatic new raven style in a recent picture.
Relatively unknown on these shores when she entered the I'm A Celeb camp in 2011, Emily soon grew close to former Towie star Mark down under.
However, after he finished runner-up to Dougie Poynter, Mark moved to cool any potential romance.
The radio DJ, who is now happily married to Michelle Keegan, told us in an interview at the time: "Emily is a lovely person and a very pretty girl but there is no romantic interest there for me and I am not interested in starting a relationship with her.
"When you are in the jungle you have a bit of a friendly flirt but that is as far as it went. I am single and want to be on my own. I won't deny she is a good catch but that is not how I feel about her."
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Aussie beauty Emily made a name for herself in the music world after the jungle, following her passion for electronica, particularly house music.
She has DJ'd in clubs around the world, from London and Mumbai to Seoul.
Emily struck up a romance with late Aussie cricket hero Shane Warne after his engagement to Liz Hurley ended.
She paid tribute to her "best friend" and shared a picture of the previously loved-up pair following his shock death earlier this year.
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Shane died from a sudden heart attack, at the age of 52, while staying in Koh Samui, Thailand.
Playboy model Emily dated Shane for four months after meeting at an event put on by the Australian cricketer's charity, the Shane Warne Foundation.
Emily said that the loss felt "too much" and she would treasure their "numerous memories" together.
In the heartbreaking post, Emily said: “You were my friend and confidante. We’d play.
"You were the most fun. Your kids, you were adorable with them.
"The loss feels too much. You gave the gift of your light, numerous memories, and I’ll always treasure them.”
At the time of their breakup, Shane wrote on Twitter: "Sad day as Emily Scott and I have gone our separate ways.
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"We will always remain great friends & will continue to support each other.
"Emily Scott is an amazing lady, a really special person. We wish each other nothing but the best & as I said, will remain awesome friends."
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