Rylan Clark shares different look in hilarious 'morning hair' Instagram post

"Every morning without fail my hairs ends up like this."

Rylan Clark recently showcased his surprising 'morning hair' on social media – a far cry from what fans are used to seeing from the pristine presenter.

Taking to Instagram Stories to share his look first thing today (March 17), the Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two host told his 1.5 million followers: "I don't know what happens when I sleep but every morning without fail my hair ends up like this."

The BBC presenter uploaded a close-up of his raven-black hair akin to Sonic the Hedgehog spikes, which you can check out below:

rylan clark's hair

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Recently, Rylan updated fans with news that he had been admitted to hospital for an undisclosed illness – forcing him to pull out of his BBC Radio 2 show. The Celebrity Big Brother 11 winner shared a photo of himself hooked up to a cannula on Twitter and wrote: "Finally home after an extended trip to Costa del hospital. Slowly on the mend."

"Won't be on the wireless tomorrow. Resting up. Be back soon," he continued, before adding in jest: "Picture for ULTIMATE sympathy obvs."

However, Rylan made a quick recovery and returned to co-host BBC's The One Show a week later alongside Alex Jones.

rylan clark pictured november 2021
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The presenter assured fans that he was back and better when he updated viewers on his health status, stating he was glad to be back at work.

"I'm good, it's so nice to be back! Oh, you know me – I just love a little drama, don't I?" he said before adding on a more sombre note: "No, I'm very good. I'm very good now, thank you – I had a little bit of a dodgy time but I'm good."

Although he didn't disclose his illness at the time of being admitted to hospital, he had earlier been vocal about his mental health and the physical symptoms of this, following the breakdown of his marriage with ex-husband Dan Neal in 2021.

If you've been affected by the issues raised in this story, organisations who can offer support include Samaritans on 116 123 (www.samaritans.org) or Mind on 0300 123 3393 (www.mind.org.uk). Readers in the US are encouraged to visit mentalhealth.gov.

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