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Rylan Clark-Neal wants to get iconic veneers ‘framed’ and who can blame him?

Rylan’s had a bit of a makeover (Picture: ITV)

Rylan Clark-Neal has joked that he’s going to get his veneers framed after getting them taken out and we can’t tell if this is genius or unhinged.

The It Takes Two star decided to go back to a more natural style, saying goodbye to his iconic bright smile.

As for what he’s done with the veneers, which cost a good £25,000, he quipped: ‘I’ve still got them, they’re in a bag somewhere, I’m gonna get them framed.’

They were a work of art, to be honest.

The 33-year-old added to MailOnline: ‘The new ones are a hell of a lot smaller, I couldn’t fit the last ones on a plane to the Pacific so I thought I’d make them a lot more natural.

‘If I didn’t have the veneers, I would look like a gummy t**t so they’re staying.’

Rylan, we’d love you whatever your smile looked like!

Rylan is known for his bright smile (Picture: BBC)

The presenter, who also recently dyed his hair blonde as part of his makeover, has been documenting his journey of getting his veneers removed.

In a tweet, the former X Factor contestant wrote: ‘After 8 years. It hurts, so much, but sometimes you just have to let go. I’ve taken the decision to say goodbye… to my teeth … new smile imminent.’

He later teased the results with a few Instagram videos of his swollen face, and using a filter, before showing off the finished look on It Takes Two.

Even when people made fun of his smile and the CBB winner admitted he regretted them, he stayed laughing all the way to the bank.

He told Bang Showbiz in 2016: ‘My biggest mistake was my teeth but, to be fair, they’ve earned me a lot of money.’

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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