My Celebrity Life

Rylan Clark struggling to smile with ‘swollen’ face as he showcases new teeth on Strictly’s It Takes Two

He’s become known for his dazzling pearly whites, but Rylan’s iconic veneers are no more.

The presenter debuted his new look on Friday’s Strictly spin-off show It Takes Two, which he hosts alongside pro dancer Janette Manrara.

He made sure to keep viewers in suspense until the very last moment, walking on to set holding a Phantom of the Opera-esque mask in honour of the show’s upcoming musical’s week.

He later revealed his new teeth with the beaming smile we all know and love.

The radio star also admitted his face is ‘still swollen’ after undergoing the procedure.

In a chat with Tom Fletcher about his performance last week, where the McFly singer said he finds it hard to smile during a dance while also focusing on his footwork and frame, Rylan couldn’t help but make a joke.

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Rylan recently said goodbye to his iconic veneers (Picture: BBC)
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He’s got a new set of gnashers (Picture: BBC)

‘It is at the minute,’ Rylan said, as the studio erupted into laughter.

‘Still swollen, still swollen,’ he added, with Tom complimenting, ‘They look great!’

Rylan has been sharing his journey on social media and documenting the recovery process.

In a tweet on Monday, 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.

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Rylan’s teeth have been his trademark for eight years (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV)

However, Twitter was full of praise for the host as he showcased his new grin on BBC Two tonight.

‘Your teeth are fabulous,’ tweeted one, with another writing: ‘Loving the new teeth, they look really natural now, good move.’

Rylan’s teeth have become part of his brand since he got the veneers in 2013.

The gnashers supposedly set him back an eye-watering £25,000, but he always took any jokes on the chin and kept his sense of humour.

Even when people made fun of his smile and the CBB winner admitted he regretted them, he stays 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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