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Blue singer Duncan James looks unrecognisable as he shows off long hair and tattoos

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BLUE singer Duncan James looked unrecognisable as he showed off long hair and tattoos. The star was a far cry from his usual clean-cut look in boyband Blue.

Duncan, 43, gave fans a shock when he posted a throwback photo with longer curly locks. The Blue lead singer was topless in the shots and had a laugh as he pulled funny faces.

The All Rise singer, who has been starring in cabaret at Proud in London's West End, posted the fun video on his Instastories.

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