Coronation Street star Milli Gibson looked completely different from her character Kelly Neelan in new glam photos.
The soap star took to her Instagram to share a few gorgeous pictures of her posing in front of a Christmas tree.
She rocked a cute all-black ensemble, including a skirt suit with gold buttons, tights and simple heels.
Millie straightened her hair and added a baker boy hat to complete her cosy Christmas look.
"Ahh atheism," she joked in her caption.
The actress' character has been dealing with homelessness in the long-running soap show after she was released from prison.
She was sent to prison as she wrongly went down for Seb Franklin's murder.
Kelly was originally in a supported living accommodation before deciding to sleep on the cobbled streets. Thankfully, Aadi Alahan let her stay at his family home.
Friends and followers were amazed by her winter look and took to her comment section to compliment her.
Fellow Corrie actress Tanisha Gorey posted: "I’m ur biggest fan x"
Shameless actress Sally Carman added: "You look beautiful," along with a yellow heart emoji.
"It’s giving Blair Waldorf," a fan commented, comparing her to Gossip Girl socialite Blair.
Millie recently talked to Mirror and explained how her Northern accent was what won her the role of Kelly.
The teenager trained at the Oldham Theatre Workshop from 11 and has a natural northern accent. But screen teen Kelly attended private school and Millie feared she might have to fettle some pronunciations.
She explains: "There were lots of girls in the waiting room that looked nothing like me.
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"They were all quite well-spoken and I’ve got a bit of a Manc twang in my voice so I was a bit like, ‘Oh no, am I going to have to play her in a different way?’
"But in the end I didn’t because my take on Kelly was while she was a private schoolgirl, I knew she did not quite fit in as the rest of them. So I think not having that well-spoken, posh put-together voice worked quite well."
Despite being 17, Millie has been at the centre of one of Coronation Street ’s most tragic storylines – the murder of Seb Franklin, based on the real-life hate crime killing of Sophie Lancaster, 20, in a park in 2007.
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