James Jordan reveals hair transformation live on Loose Women as wife Ola shaves his head for charity

JAMES Jordan revealed his amazing hair transformation live on Loose Women today as wife Ola shaved his head for charity.

The former Strictly star recently lost his beloved dad to a terminal brain tumour and has raised over £11,000 so far, to support people affected by the cruel disease.

James, 43, admitted he grew his hair long in lockdown due to a "superstition" about his dad, who died last month.

The star said he was scared to cut his hair while Allan was still alive.

He was then left devastated following the death of his "hero" dad Allan on March 13th after his terminal cancer diagnosis which saw him falling ill last year.

Today, James and his wife Ola appeared on Loose Women and Ola couldn't wait to get the clippers at her husband.



James told viewers he had been raising cash for The Brain Tumour Charity, as Allan was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour in 2020 after suffering from a series of strokes.

Then during the ad break, Ola made a start on James' bushy locks.

He looked completely when she finished, and Loose Women presented him with a cake as it was his 43rd birthday.

Host Kaye Adams was emotional after seeing how close and supportive Ola was of James.


Asked what their one-year-old daughter Ella thought about her dad's new look, James replied: "She has done a runner!

"I don't know if that is good or not, she might not recognise me. She is a bit confused."

Allan's health first began to deteriorate around the time his granddaughter was born.

He suffered multiple strokes and was diagnosed with coronavirus last year, leaving James desperate for answers.

His biggest fear was then realised when it was eventually revealed that Allan had been misdiagnosed, and only had months left to live due to an "aggressive" terminal cancer.

James begged fans for help finding the best possible surgeon at the time, writing: "I want to know I’ve done everything possible before I can accept it."

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