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Entertainment Vintage stars and their cars

09:11  09 september  2021
09:11  09 september  2021 Source:   starsinsider.com

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She's the iconic Yellow Wiggle best known for her love of bows and all things lemon-hued.

But on Thursday, even Emma Watkins' biggest fans would barely recognise her as she played dress ups in an Instagram photo.

The famous beauty switched her red locks for a white wig as she channeled American businesswoman Iris Apfel.

a person sitting on a couch: Emma Watkins, is that you? Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins looked almost unrecognisable as she dressed up as Iris Apfel to celebrate fashion icon's 100th birthday this week © Provided by Daily Mail Emma Watkins, is that you? Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins looked almost unrecognisable as she dressed up as Iris Apfel to celebrate fashion icon's 100th birthday this week

'To Iris with love ❤️ @iris.apfel #celebration,' the 31-year-old captioned the picture.

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Of course, the celebration Emma was referring to was the fashion icon's 100th Birthday.

Fans were quick to comment on Emma's surprising appearance, with one even noting: 'Brilliant! So did not recognise you there.'

'This is great!' one said, while another added: 'You look gorgeous even if you wear a potato sack!'

Last month, Emma gave fans a glimpse into her childhood and it was evident she was born to be a performer.

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The children's entertainer shared a throwback photo to Instagram on Tuesday, which showed her practising ballet as a little girl.

'Ponytails and bows from day one,' she captioned the picture, noting how her fashion sense as a child isn't unlike her Wiggles outfit today.

a little girl that is standing in the grass: Too cute!  Last month, Emma gave fans a glimpse into her childhood and it was evident she was born to be a performer. The children's entertainer shared a throwback photo to Instagram on Tuesday, which showed her practising ballet as a little girl © Provided by Daily Mail Too cute!  Last month, Emma gave fans a glimpse into her childhood and it was evident she was born to be a performer. The children's entertainer shared a throwback photo to Instagram on Tuesday, which showed her practising ballet as a little girl

The photo showed a five-year-old Emma performing a ballet pose while strawberry picking with her family.

Friends and fans were quick to comment on the post, with Studio 10 host Sarah Harris writing: 'Adorable from the start.'

'You look so proud and happy to be in that dress,' another follower added.

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Kourtney Kardashian posing for a picture: Stars have to attend so many events it's sometimes hard to keep up with their glam looks. Their stylists work tirelessly to make sure they don't wear the same outfits as anyone else at events, but sometimes it's inevitable. The great thing is most of the time, A-listers overcome the embarrassment and embrace the fact that they all just happen to have really good fashion taste.And then there's the question of time, and if you wait long enough it's not so much a competition but an homage to a vintage piece that once had its iconic time in the spotlight. That's certainly the case with Kourtney Kardashian's latest Instagram post in which she's wearing the lacy black Dolce & Gabbana mini-dress Britney Spears wore to the MTV Music Awards back in 2001. The dress is simple but made entirely out of lace and leaves little to the imagination. Where Spears just wore solid black underwear beneath, Kourtney also chose black lingerie but accessorized with thigh-high lace stockings and black pumps. It's uncertain whether this outfit's revival was Kourtney's ode to Spears during her fight for freedom amid the conservatorship, but Kourtney's stylist, Dani Michelle, paid homage to the princess of pop on Instagram with a photo of Kourtney in the D&G dress and a caption that says,

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